Configure MongoDB Service on Windows

Configure MongoDB service on Windows

1. Create the configuration file:

echo logpath=D:\mongodb\log\mongod.log > “D:\MongoDB\mongod.cfg”
echo dbpath=D:\mongodb\data >> “D:\MongoDB\mongod.cfg”

2. Crate the scheduler task on windows services.msc
sc.exe create MongoDB binPath= “\”D:\MongoDB\bin\mongod.exe\” –service –config=\”D:\MongoDB\mongod.cfg\”” DisplayName= “MongoDB 2.6 Standard” start= “auto”

3. Start the MongoDB from the windows Service
net start MongoDB

example
D:\mongodb>net start MongoDB
The service is not responding to the control function.
More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2186.

Note:
Check all the folder is created or not present in mongod.cfg file.
I skip to create log folder. I created it and start again.

D:\mongodb>net start MongoDB
The MongoDB 2.6 Standard service is starting.
The MongoDB 2.6 Standard service was started successfully.

4. net stop MongoDB

You can check the log fie also : “D:\MongoDB\mongod.cfg”

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