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  1. Create localhost exception for POST /unauth/users API call

    The purpose of this request is for Ops Manager to implement a "localhost exception" for the API call POST /unauth/users so it can only be executed under two conditions:
    1. No other users exists in the setup.
    1. Ops Manager runs in "invitation only" mode.
    1. Ops Manager has not been configured for LDAP.
    1. The API call can only originate from an IP or alias that belongs to one of the Ops Manager Application server.

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  2. ability to re-order alerts

    when you add new alert there is no way in GUI to order/reorder them. It's hard to maintain large set of alerts.

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  3. MongoDB Agent alters the root $PATH variable

    The MongoDB Agent installation via RPM adds the /var/lib/mongodb-mms-automation/bin to root's $PATH by placing the mongodb-mms-automation-agent.sh script under the /etc/profile.d:
    $ pwd
    /etc/profile.d
    $ sudo cat mongodb-mms-automation-agent.sh
    export PATH=/var/lib/mongodb-mms-automation/bin:${PATH}

    This breaks my customers security standards.

    Moving the script does not appear to affect the functionality of the MongoDB Agent and updating the agent via the OM UI does not add back the script.

    We would like the ability to either select the contents of the MongoDB Agent rpm or be asked during the rpm installation whether or not to install the mongodb-mms-automation-agent.sh script.

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  4. Allow configuring custom builds at the organisation or global level (Admin panel)

    It must be done at the project level at the moment, generating an operational costs for those environments with a large number of projects.

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  5. Implement IAM role authentication for AWS SES in Ops Manager

    At the moment using AWS SES for email delivery in Ops Manager requires AWS Access Key and Secret Key. Please implement the IAM role authentication for this option as it has been done for the S3 endpoints.

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  6. Provide safety mechanism for limiting MongoDB versions amongst different projects

    Restrict the user depending on the type of project: dev, prod, etc to select a specific set of MongoDB Server versions that can be deployed.

    Prior to 4.2 this was accomplished with version manager.

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  7. Periodically notify users of unused versions located in versions directory

    As a safety measure for admins in Ops Manager to avoid facing issues due to unnecessary disk occupation under the Ops Manager installation directory:

    Send periodic notifications (configurable) i.e: once a month; to notify what binaries are not being used by none of the components in their environment so they can evaluate to delete them in order to free up space on their Ops Manager servers.

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  8. Ops Mgr "Insufficient oplog size" is confusing and prevents backups

    When using Ops Manager UI (I've not checked the API) to declare a MongoDB cluster to be backed up, Ops Manager tries to be a good citizen and check to see if the clusters oplogs are large enough, based on their recent usage to hold at least 3 hours worth of data based on the last 24 hours of usage patterns. if the check fails, the user is prevented from enabling backup and is shown the warning:

    "Insufficient oplog size: The oplog window must be at least 3 hours over the last 24 hours for all members of replica set…

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  9. Allow to configure separate SNMP v2C community for SNMP v2C Heartbeat Traps and SNMP v2C Alert Traps

    What is the problem that needs to be solved? Allow to configure separate SNMP v2C community for SNMP v2C Heartbeat Traps and SNMP v2C Alert Traps.

    Why is it a problem? (the pain) As of now (2020-03-24) there's no way to configure separate SNMP v2C community for SNMP v2C Heartbeat Traps and SNMP v2C Alert Traps (snmp.community controls both, Heartbeat and Alert Traps sent from Ops Manager's Application Server), some SNMP Monitoring Teams require different SNMP v2C communities for different set of SNMP v2C Traps (to separate Heartbeat Traps and Alert Traps).

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  10. Group Host Mapping IPs to be added by default to Programmatic API Keys IP Whitelisting

    As part of the Programmatic API Keys introduced in MongoDB Ops Manager 4.2, it would be good to have the IPs listed in the Host Mappings of a Project Deployment to be added as default whitelisted IPs when setting up a Programmatic API Key for same Project.

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  11. Create a User in a Single Cluster

    When multiple clusters are added into an Ops Manager project, the only way to create a user account is to add it to all of the clusters in the project and to then add server IP Address restrictions to prevent the user from logging into servers other than the intended cluster. This would still create the user account on all of the clusters in the Ops Manager project.

    Users would need a way to create a user account on a specific cluster rather than all of the clusters of the project.

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  12. Clear default values for New Replica Set and Cluster Component names in UI

    Clear default values for New Replica Set and Cluster Component names in UI

    Replica Set and Cluster Component names cannot be changed after deployment.
    The names are often overlooked while deploying and the defaults accepted configuring the names.
    If the fields were blank but mandatory (maybe with examples below the field) customers would be forced to choose logical names for their deployments.

    | Field | Current Default Value|
    | - | - |
    |Replica Set Id | myReplicaSet |
    | - | - |
    |Cluster Name | myCluster |
    |Shard Name Prefix | myShard |
    |Config Server Replica Set Name…

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  13. There is currently no way to use the UI to search a given hostname at a Global Level within an Ops Manager deployment.

    Please provide a feature in OM so we can search globally a given HOSTNAME to know about its related Organization/Replica Set

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  14. Ability to define a custom CA PEM file for Webhook configuration on Ops Manager

    Currently, Ops Manager user may require to add the CA for the TLS enabled Webhook Endpoint directly to the Java Trust Store. Adding CA to Java Trust Store also requires to re-apply if Ops Manager Application is upgraded or re-install.

    It would be best to have a feature in Ops Manager so that the user is able to upload the required CA via UI.

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  15. Request Logs - Add timeframe to list of options

    While diagnosing historical issues "Request Logs" does not allow for selectable timeframes. As such, for these issues, logs must be manually gathered. Adding an optional timeframe will assist in diagnosing issues much faster.

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  16. Allow scheduling grooms

    Add the ability to schedule groom jobs at a specific point in time. Also expose this functionality through the API for easy modifications through configuration management tools.

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  17. Data Size on the header of Overview/Real Time/Metrics/Data/Profiler/Performance Advisor pages

    Data Size on the header of Overview/Real Time/Metrics/Data/Profiler/Performance Advisor pages appears to be incorrect.

    Reasearch indicates that the "Data Size" next to "Status" on the Overview/Real Time/Metrics/Data/Profiler/Performance Advisor pages possibly does not include "local" DB and may have an incorrect divisor.
    It also shows the same possibly incorrect value on each Deployment in the "Processes" page.

    We, DBAs, and our application teams, who have access to the Ops Manager, have been relying on this metric info each time we needed to find the size of a user DB.

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  18. Configure Ops Manager LDAP Auth via an API call

    Currently, there is no way to enable LDAP Auth for the Ops Manager Users via an API call.

    This essentially means that one would not be able to use LDAP and ci/cd simultaneously with Ops Manager.

    Mongodb enterprise support has confirmed that in the event of disaster recovery or a deployment of a new cluster, manual steps must be done to enable LDAP during a ci/cd deployment.

    It should not be expected to sign in and manually do anything in a web gui in an enterprise solution. It is simply not scalable.

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  19. Feature to add the Certificate Authority file to the Ops Manager Java Trust Store via UI

    Currently, Ops Manager user may require to add the CA for the TLS enabled destination such as SMTP Server, on-prem S3, Webhook Endpoint, etc directly to the Java Trust Store. Adding CA to Java Trust Store also requires to re-apply if Ops Manager Application is upgraded or re-install.

    It would be best to have a feature in Ops Manager so that the user is able to upload the required CA via UI.

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  20. Use word, not letter to define log levels in Ops Manager

    The following log messages are "info" level messages which can be found in the kubernetes logs from the ops-manager-db pods:

    ```sh
    {"logType":"mongodb","contents":"2020-12-16T02:42:28.557+0000 I WRITE [conn7329] update monitoringstatus.config.agentSessions command: { q: { id: "mongodb-rs-1.mongodb-rs-svc.mongodb.svc.cluster.local-48cc126fc451d9fa2ffa7569363971f2-5fbedc8dc354771c77dd1932", s: "KHNA9JiqXcos5V0d" }, u: { $set: { s: "PRIMARY", p: true } }, multi: false, upsert: false } planSummary: IXSCAN { id: 1 } numYields:0 queryHash:6C451E2F planCacheKey:38AD5486 ok:0 errMsg:"E11000 duplicate key error collection: monitoringstatus.config.agentSessions index: cid1s_1 dup key: { cid: ObjectId('5fbedc8dc354771c77dd1932'), s: \"PRIMARY\" }" errName:DuplicateKey errCode:11000 locks:{ ParallelBatchWriterMode: { acquireCount: { r: 1 } }, ReplicationStateTransition: { acquireCount: { w: 1 } }, Global: {…

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