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We'd like to log the underlying MongoDB queries issued against the database. Similar to https://github.com/mrsarm/mongotail but something official1 vote
There is no IO throughput related fields in the result of serverStatus, instead in FTDC this is available in the disk metrics.
Need it in
serverStatusoutput so that we can monitor it.3 votes
Many MongoDB drivers currently expose events (CommandSucceededEvent say) which provide an elapsed time. However, that elapsed time is the round-trip time, which is not super useful as that can be measured by a programmer manually. It would be neat if there was a way to get the actual time spent by the server on a per-command basis. This data is computed somewhere as it is exposed in Atlas metrics as Execution Time.
There's the explain facility but this is just to get an estimate of a query's cost. I would be interested in knowing how much time the server spent…1 vote
Make it clear which node is causing the "shardsvr" error.
Spawned from support case 01042995
Our error occurred when the user tried to connect using Compass. The failure was to list the collection names on one database.
The error presented back to the user was merely
Cannot accept sharding commands if not started with --shardsvr
We found eventually that the primary changed on one of the shards, and that primary did not have the appropriate
clusterRolein the mongod.conf file. My concerns are that this took too long to track down and would be impossible in a 100-shard environment.
until now is only possible to get metrics from public or private peered vpc but is not actually possible through privatelink. Since privatelink are used most of the time for security reason this limitation leads to find compromises or workaround to customers16 votes
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