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  2. DOCS-3129

Improve MongoDB 2.6 yum upgrade instructions

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    • 01112017-cleanup
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      Referring to:

      1. http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/tutorial/install-mongodb-on-red-hat-centos-or-fedora-linux/
      2. Any other MongoDB 2.6 upgrade pages applicable

      As of MongoDB 2.4 our yum package names have changed from mongo-10gen* to mongodb-org*

      Given the name change the upgrade path would be a package uninstall of 10gen followed by an install of mongodb-org. The problem we encounter here is that the mongod.conf file may be removed and recreated as part of this process. This side-affect may not be apparent to all upgraders. (It should backup this file - but we saw a case where it may not have. We will investigate separately but regardless backup and confirmation of mongod.conf contents is a good practice).

      Please add an "upgrade" section to this page and make backing up and confirming contents of the mongod.conf file part of the process.

            Assignee:
            ernie.hershey@mongodb.com Ernie Hershey (Inactive)
            Reporter:
            james.wahlin@mongodb.com James Wahlin
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              10 years, 13 weeks ago