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Shut Down MongoDB Processes

Cloud Manager supports shutting down individual mongod and mongos processes, as well as replica sets and sharded clusters. When you shut down a process, cluster, or replica set, Cloud Manager continues to manage it.

After the process shuts down, you can restart or remove your processes.

No Alert Raised if User Shuts Down a MongoDB Process

If you shut down a MongoDB process, Cloud Manager doesn’t tigger a host is down alert.

Shut Down One Entire Deployment

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Shut down the deployment.

  1. Click ellipsis icon for the deployment that you want to shut down.
  2. Click Shutdown.
  3. Click Shutdown Process to confirm.
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Click Review & Deploy to review your changes.

Cloud Manager displays your proposed changes.

  1. If you are satisfied, click Confirm & Deploy.
  2. If you want to make further configuration changes, click Cancel. Click Modify for the cluster to make additional changes.

Shut Down One Process in One Deployment

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Navigate to the Topology tab for your deployment.

  1. If it is not already displayed, select the organization that contains your desired project from the office icon Organizations menu in the navigation bar.
  2. If it is not already displayed, select your desired project from the Projects menu in the navigation bar.
  3. If it is not already displayed, click Deployments in the sidebar.
  4. Click the Topology tab.
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Select the deployment.

Click Modify for the deployment with the process that you want to shut down.

Cloud Manager displays the Editing <myReplicaSet> page.

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Shut down the deployment.

  1. Scroll to Member Configuration section of the page.
  2. Click ellipsis icon for the process that you want to shut down.
  3. Click Shutdown.
  4. Click Shutdown Process to confirm.
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Click Review & Deploy to review your changes.

Cloud Manager displays your proposed changes.

  1. If you are satisfied, click Confirm & Deploy.
  2. If you want to make further configuration changes, click Cancel. Click Modify for the cluster to make additional changes.