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Monitoring a MongoDB Database

This document describes how to monitor MongoDB databases with Nagios XI in order to monitor the number of collections and/or objects in the database, as well as size of the database. The information you collect by monitoring your MongoDB database will help you determine when documents are written into the database or if the size of the database is getting too large.

Documentation - Monitoring a MongoDB Database


Monitoring a MongoDB Server

This document describes how to monitor a MongoDB server with Nagios® XI™ using the MongoDB Server Configuration Wizard in order to monitor the health of your server. The wizard supplies checks to monitor the following: number of queries per second, memory usage, the number of databases on the server, and percentage of free connections available.

Documentation - Monitoring a MongoDB Server


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