RockMongo on Windows helps users on windows setup runtime environment quickly.
If you are working on Windows or Mac OS X, there are softwares can help you quickly start with RockMongo, without installing PHP manually.
ParmaStack also includes a Unix version, you can check out it and have a try.
Go to php offical website: http://www.php.net/manual/en/mongo.installation.php.
If you are familiar with PHP, go to http://pecl.php.net/package/mongo directly to download latest driver version For PHP.
set mongo_auth and control_auth to false:
$MONGO["servers"][$i]["mongo_auth"] = false; ... $MONGO["servers"][$i]["control_auth"] = false;
See configuration for MongoHQ here: http://rockmongo.com/wiki/configuration?lang=en_us#%23%23%23+Configuration+for+MongoHQ+%0D
See configuration for Authenticate: http://rockmongo.com/wiki/configuration?lang=en_us#%23%23%23+Controls%0D
Basically, open config.php, and add lines below to right position:
$MONGO["servers"][$i]["control_users"]["myusername"] = "mypassword"; $MONGO["servers"][$i]["control_users"]["iwind"] = "123456";
You can run command on a database:
or install mapreduce plugin on this page.
Basically, it was caused by php_mongo.so (or php_mongo.dll on windows), you should upgrade your php_mongo driver from http://pecl.php.net/package/mongo or download a latest dll from http://us.php.net/manual/en/mongo.installation.php#mongo.installation.windows.
After new driver installation, restart your web server, and refresh the RockMongo, it will goes ok. Otherwise, you should send us php error log so that we can analyze the reason.
To export a large db, you need to change your configures in your php.ini :
max_execution_time = 30 memory_limit = 128M
to larger numbers, such as:
max_execution_time = 1200 memory_limit = 1024M
Then you need to restart your web server (apache, fastcgi ....).