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Arm64 processors are getting more and more popular. Would be really nice to be able to run MongoDB Kubernetes Operator on a Raspberry Pi cluster.
Otherwise, meanwhile would be nice to get documentation updated on how to produce arm64 images to still make it possible without having full CI infrastructure support.15 votes
ARM support is now in progress for the Community Operator (https://github.com/mongodb/mongodb-kubernetes-operator) and will be released in the next few weeks.
ARM support for the Enterprise Operator is TBD but is in the roadmap, likely for 2024.
Provide a helm chart that deploys MongoDB, MongoDBUser, secrets and all other resources needed.
The goal is to simplify the deployment of a MongoDB instance and everything that comes with it down to a helm one-liner.9 votes
We have an example of a HELM chart that can deploy all resources.
We will be working on adding more refined charts
To implement this in a Kubernetes native way for offline deployments, the binaries should be provided as Docker images and distributed through the Docker repositories that are already present in the k8s environment.
Option 1 (intermediate): Allow Mount of Docker images in the MongoDBOpsManager resource for the path defined in automation.versions.directory. This would allow us to pre-package the binaries needed and bring up the OpsManager in a kubernetes native way. Everything else (e.g. agent downloading the tgz) would stay the same and still be the "OpsManger-way".
Option 2 (long term): The MongoDB TGZ package is provided as Docker image by…5 votes
Labels and annotations added to Kubernetes resources by the MongoDB Enterprise Operator should include a prefix designating that it was added by MongoDB. The lack of a prefix suggests the field and values are private to the user.
For example, the MongoDB statefulset and service selector should use a label prefixed with a MongoDB domain.4 votes
We're gradually starting to change things to prefix most annotations and labels with mdb.
It's a gradual thing but in progress.
mongocli feature request: whitelist with timeout on current ip to allow temporary mongoshell access from temporary locations
Please add a timeout parameter to the mongocli whitelist command.
Presently, we have to login via web browser to enable temporary mongoshell access from temporary locations.2 votes
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