I know that the solution for this is to install mongodb 64 bit. My new
issue is that I have not been able to install monodb 64-bit….
I noticed no one has commented on this thread yet. I would suggest
following up on this in the Unifi forum if you haven’t already: http://community.ubnt.com/unifi.
I expect Unifi may have some specific requirements for compatibility with
their software, so I wouldn’t recommend upgrading mongod independently of
advice from someone with knowledge of Unifi’s product requirements.
An alternative approach to upgrading the mongod used inside the Unifi
environment might be to:
- backup your MongoDB data
<https://docs.mongodb.org/manual/core/backups/> from the Unifi
controller and load this into a 64-bit mongod external to the Unifi
environment (note: the 64-bit version of mongod should be the same
server version as you are currently running with Unifi).
- run the Unifi prune script to reduce the data in the 64-bit environment
- use mongodump
create a backup from your 64-bit mongod
- drop the old data from your 32-bit Unifi environment and mongorestore
the pruned backup
If you do try this approach, be sure to save backups in case anything
doesn’t go to plan.
Hope that helps!
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