Welcome to MongoDB's Issue Tracker
I am a customer. Where do I create a Support case?
- MongoDB customers should always use the Support Portal to obtain the fastest response and ensure privacy.
- MongoDB Cloud Manager or MongoDB Atlas customers should create a ticket using the Support form when logged into your account.
- Please note: MongoDB Support no longer utilizes JIRA. Tickets opened via JIRA will not alert the Support Team and will not trigger any SLA timers.
I am not a customer. Where should I ask general product or support questions?
MongoDB team members are active in community forums and you can also benefit from the experience of other MongoDB users. You should also consult our excellent documentation.
- For general questions or community support use the mongodb-user discussion forum.
- StackExchange also has several sites with MongoDB topics:
How do I create a bug report or feature request?
- Create an account or Log in with an existing account
- To raise a new bug report or feature request, select Create Issue after you log in
How can I follow or upvote an existing issue?
If an issue already exists:
- Vote for that issue to show your support. Voting provides a helpful signal to help prioritize issues in the product/development roadmap.
- Watch an issue to subscribe to any future updates such as comments or changes in status.
Which JIRA project should I use to report bugs or feature requests?
- To report potential bugs, suggest improvements, or request new features in the MongoDB database server, use Core Server (SERVER).
- For language-specific drivers (Java, C++, etc.), create a ticket for the relevant language driver.
- To report a product security vulnerability, use SECURITY, a confidential space private to you and our development team.
- Unless otherwise specified, comments and attachments in public projects will be visible to public.
Tips for creating issues
The more information you can provide, the easier it is for us to diagnose problems and provide support:
- Search to find if the issue you are reporting has been reported previously
- Include any statement or command that reproduces the issue you are experiencing
- Mention the specific version of the database, client, and driver you are using
- Include details about your environment, e.g. O/S, software platform, hardware, etc.