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Having MongoDB Startup Errors!

Hey! Greetings!

So recently I was thinking of resetting my nodebb forums when I had an error after deleting the database I couldn’t create a user. So what I thought was to delete MongoDB v3.2 again not 3.4 its 3.2 for my nodebb forums. I deleted the /var/lib/ files the /etc/ and that systemd files! When trying to install I can’t startup mongod and when I do service mongod start it says that not there and when I do service mongod status it shows a error! I think I have messed up something in the mongod.service as I deleted it I readded it to work with systemctl still NP chance! I have also asked a friend to myne to help out if he could I’ll notify as well!

Thanks/ Kind regards, /shar

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Hello,

In addition to what has already been mentioned, as DigitalOcean now offers Managed MongoDB databases as well, I could suggest giving it a try in case that you are looking for a production-ready MongoDB solution:

https://www.digitalocean.com/blog/introducing-digitalocean-managed-mongodb/

For more information on how to get started, make sure to check out this video here:

Regards, Bobby

Try:

sudo systemctl enable mongod

Ensure you’ve got the correct config in etc/mongod.conf and then:

sudo service mongod restart