Just over a month ago, I presented on storing stats in MongoDB at MongoChi 2011. 10Gen posted the video recently, so I thought I would share it here. The first 5 minutes or so are a bit rough, but it improves after that. I’ll be presenting the same thing at MongoSV next week if you want to catch it live.
Yesterday, MongoDB 2.0 was released. Personally, I am excited about the concurrency improvements and the more compact index storage. Also, for the haters, journaling is now on by default. Great release!
Boxed ice’s third post in a series of six covers how to get information out of MongoDB using the server status command. If you are curious about how to do this from the Ruby driver, I mention how in a post about some Mongo Scout Plugins I created.