How to Back Up and Restore a MongoDB Databaseby@shepelev
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How to Back Up and Restore a MongoDB Database

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The guide was developed on a computer with the Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS operating system. MongoDB is a database that emerged in the mid-2000s. Its documents are made up of key-value pairs, which are the basic unit of data in MongoDB. Its collections contain groups of documents and functions that are equivalent to tables in relational databases. The MongoDB data format is called BSON (binary JSON) and is used to store data. To make a backup copy, log in as root and create a directory for storing backup:
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