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modify mongoDB DB user in ATLAS, OPS Manager , or Cloud Manager
It would be really nice if mongocli could be used to modify user accounts. Add new roles, or change the password. Currently mongocli can add, list , delete project DB user accounts. It would be nice for modify, since there is a need for password rotation, and mongocli see so fit that bill quite nicely.
This is for OPS Manager, but could be for OPS , Cloud or Atlas..4 votes
Add command for upgrade a cluster
Currently there is no easy way to upgrade a cluster but we need to modify the file describing the cluster and push the full description.
Would be nice to have a command like:
mongocli om upgrade --version "4.2.10" --fcv "4.2" MyReplicaset4 votes
Allow to create custom roles
Allow to create custom roles for Atlas/CM/OM4 votes
Support TLS configuration
Add options to the config file for deploy clusters with TLS enabled.3 votes
Allow create/delete/update custom database role in MongoDB CLI for Ops Manager
In Altas CLI, the command customDbRoles can be used for create/delete/update custom database role.
Would it implement in MongoDB CLI for Ops Manger?2 votes
Ops Manager global actions (mongocli ops-manager admin)
Add cli commands in global scope of Ops Manager to allow for scripting actions on all projects (e.g. update all agents after an upgrade of Ops Manager):
- CRUD projects (prio on get projects to allow for looping over them)
- CRUD orgs
- CRUD users
- global config managemant
- global alert management2 votes
enable x509 security command
mongocli ops-manager security enable [MONGODB-CR|SCRAM-SHA-256]
add an option for x5092 votes
Store the type of cloud in profile to shorten the CLI command
MongoCLI current requires the user to type on the command-line if it's an Ops Manager, Cloud Manager, or Atlas. We could store this information in the profile (the file containing the URL and API keys) so the users have less to type.
PS: This applies to all 3 categories - MongoDBCLI with Ops Manager, MongoDBCLI with Cloud Manager, and MongoDBCLI with Atlas - on feedback.mongodb.com and the UI forces me to select only one of them2 votes
MONGOCLI add command to shutdown and startup the standalone instance
in this moment there is no way to shutdown or startup a standalone instance because the mongocli works with cluster only1 vote
mongocli - changing server type
There is a missing option to change server type via mongocli. You can list the server type for the project, but not change it.
available option for list:
mongocli om serverUsage projects hosts list --endDate 2020-01-01 --startDate 2021-01-01
Add command for suspending automation
Add command for suspending automation (similar to what we have for unmanage)1 vote
Virus threat in MongoDB CLI
I am facing an issue when downloading MongoDB CLI on my win10 computer. The Windows virus scanner says there is a "Trojan:Win32/Caynamer.A!ml" in the file I am trying to download and ends the download. Is this threat real?1 vote
The "Get All Network Peering Containers in One Project" endpoint should repo all endpoints regardless of the Public Cloud provider.
In order to get back the peering list, one has to pass the provider
mongocli atlas networking peering list --provider GCP
This is odd because a) Atlas already knows and b) why not list all the peering regardless of the provider. We cannot specify filters in many cases already like, 'cluster list' and would have to use
jqto filter. We can do the same here is folks really want to filter. In other words, in general, please stick to one design maxium, provide all items in the 'list' or provide a way to filter, but not both.1 vote
Set backup snapshots to never expire
The OpsManager API allows setting backup snapshot to never expire
(https://docs.opsmanager.mongodb.com/current/reference/api/snapshots/change-expiry-for-one-snapshot/) (Also for CloudManager - https://docs.cloudmanager.mongodb.com/reference/api/snapshots/change-expiry-for-one-snapshot/). Could this be exposed in mongocli?1 vote
mongocli ops-manager clusters reclaimFreeSpace [--help]
Explain this more than the current output
$ mongocli ops-manager clusters reclaimFreeSpace --help Reclaim unused space for a cluster. Usage: mongocli ops-manager clusters reclaimFreeSpace <clusterName> [flags]
is of no use when customers want to know what this is doing, is this 'compact' or 'resync' equivalent? With some details, customers may be able to assess 'impact' of running this command.1 vote
Import existing MongoDB deployments
There should be a way to import existing MongoDB deployments with mongocli. This would allow the automated provisioning of Ops Manager instances in cases where MongoDB deployments already exist. In addition we would be able to import the application database of Ops Manager automatically whenever a new Ops Manager instance is installed.1 vote
Support ClusterAuthMode X509
Customer is trying to deploy a RS with X509 internal auth. The missing RS parameter clusterAuthMode: X509 can be set via GUI but not via CLI.
Customer would appreciate full support for this mode using the CLI.1 vote
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