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It depends from how you are managing your services. With a daemontools-family service manager, just that. Your current run program will in essence boil down to#!/bin/nosh chdir / setuidgid mongodb mongod This is in fact the very basic MongoDB run program that comes in the regular services bundle of my nosh suite, which doesn't use a shell as a script ...


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You need to tune these settings, now you have: save 300 1000 save 60 80000 save 900 1 Explained: save N M means save redis dataset to disk every Ns if at least M keys changed My advice is start with the default, which is save 300 1000. It is quite a reasonable setting. My guess is that on your machine these three saves accumulate somehow and then ...


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I used the above information and wanted to provide one more minor update that actually truncates one of the really large tables that was slowing up our backups. Hopefully this helps someone else. Using the above information I created a basic shell script named mysqlbackup.sh with the following content: #!/bin/sh find /data/var/backups/mysql/dumps -type f ...



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