Mongodb on macOS

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I've never used MongoDB, but I started a new Node.js course using this NoSQL DB and I'm going to write a few words about how to install it on macOS.


Easy peasy with Homebrew.


brew install mongo
brew services start mongo # or stop, restart,...

Now you can set up new users typing mongo in a Terminal. When you get the prompt, type:


use admin
db.createUser({ user: "mongo", pwd: "mongo", roles: [{ role: "root", db: "admin" }] })
 
# if you already have a database (for example, homstead), add a new user with:
use homestead
db.createUser({ user: "homestead", pwd: "secret", roles: [{ role: "dbOwner", db: "homestead" }] }) 

You have a great multiplatform GUI called MongoDB Compass to access your databases. It's free and you can download it at www.mongodb.com.

Enjoy!


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