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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Rubedo CMS - Adding Users to MongoDB 2.4.6 on Linux Mint


Managing MongoDB seems a bit archaic as it is pretty much command line work.

However, for Rubedo we will stick to the absolute basics.

There are some third party gui's available at this link:
http://docs.mongodb.org/ecosystem/tools/administration-interfaces/ 


Creating new users

db.addUser ('rayd', 'password')
{
"_id" : ObjectId("54185853e7608f92d652bab0"),
"user" : "rayd",
"readOnly" : false,
"pwd" : "1c63b366cd4fed6c359398b23b50fe56"
}

Add a read only user

db.addUser ('raydro', 'password', true)

Remove a user

db.removeUser('rayd')

Authorise against a database

use admin

db.auth('rayd', 'password')

The output from the Mongod console


Tue Sep 16 16:33:39.987 [FileAllocator] done allocating datafile /data/db/admin.1, size: 128MB,  took 0.064 secs
Tue Sep 16 16:44:05.028 [conn1]  authenticate db: admin { authenticate: 1, nonce: "31a7bfafa67593e9", user: "rayd", key: "f3f518e53650f6b1c5ce5e46e14e1e32" }

Restart MongoDB with authorisation and rest

mongod --auth --rest




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