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MongoDB Sharding Status

db.printShardingStatus() explained[1]:

This excerpt covers some operational aspects of running a cluster. Once you have a cluster up and running, how do you know what’s going on?

Make sure you check BoxedIce monitoring MongoDB series.


  1. An article based on Scaling MongoDB book by Kristina Chodorow.  

Original title and link: MongoDB Sharding Status (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/2676-how-to-work-with-mongodbs-shell-interface/