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MongoDB data storage structure, dbStats, and managing disk space

Two great posts from mongolab covering details about the structure of MongoDB’s data on disk, how this is reflected in the results returned by the dbStats API, and last some attempts to recover disk space:

  1. How big is your MongoDB?
  2. Managing disk space in MongoDB

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Original title and link: MongoDB data storage structure, dbStats, and managing disk space (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)