How to install Mongodb on Centos/Redhat

In this tutorial,  How to install MongoDB on Centos. The Local Remi Repository only supports the old MongoDB packages by default. Need to upgrade to higher version need to point to the server of MongoDB. Linux the essential for DevOps Roles.

My environment

  • Centos 7/6, Redhat.
  • MongoDB Version 4.0

Install Mongodb on Centos/Redhat

Step 1. Disable the current Repository on Centos.

Failure to do this will result in conflicting package MongoDB on Epel Repository. Installing a package management software package:

$ sudo yum install yum-utils

Disable Repository ‘remi- *’ and internet MongoDB package if Pre-ordered:

$ sudo yum-config-manager --disable \*epel\*
$ sudo yum-config-manager --disable \*mongo\*

Step 2. Enable Repository MongoDB.

Creating a “/etc/yum.repos.d/mongodb.repo” file with the content as below

name=MongoDB Repository

Now, You can install MongoDB directly using yum

$ sudo yum install mongodb-org

The screen output terminal:

Install MongoDB

Step 3. To disable MongoDB and Enable back the repository epel.

$ sudo yum-config-manager --enable \*epel\*
$ sudo yum-config-manager --disable \*mongo\*

To check the MongoDB version

$ mongod --version

The screen output terminal:

Install MongoDB version

Reference to Mongodb


Thought the article, You can “Install MongoDB” as above. I hope will this your helpful.

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