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Thu Mar 21 16:12:14
Thu Mar 21 16:12:14 ** NOTE: when using MongoDB 32 bit, you are limited to about 2 gigabytes of data
Thu Mar 21 16:12:14 **       see http://blog.MongoDB.org/post/137788967/32-bit-limitations
Thu Mar 21 16:12:14 **       with --journal, the limit is lower
Thu Mar 21 16:12:14
Allowed options:

General options:
  -h [ --help ]               show this usage information
  --version                   show version information
  -f [ --config ] arg         configuration file specifying additional options
  -v [ --verbose ]            be more verbose (include multiple times for more
                              verbosity e.g. -vvvvv)
  --quiet                     quieter output
  --port arg                  specify port number - 27017 by default
  --bind_ip arg               comma separated list of ip addresses to listen on
                              - all local ips by default
  --maxConns arg              max number of simultaneous connections - 20000 by
                              default
  --objcheck                  inspect client data for validity on receipt
  --logpath arg               log file to send write to instead of stdout - has
                              to be a file, not directory
  --logappend                 append to logpath instead of over-writing
  --pidfilepath arg           full path to pidfile (if not set, no pidfile is
                              created)
  --keyFile arg               private key for cluster authentication
  --nounixsocket              disable listening on unix sockets
  --unixSocketPrefix arg      alternative directory for UNIX domain sockets
                              (defaults to /tmp)
  --fork                      fork server process
  --syslog                    log to system's syslog facility instead of file
                              or stdout
  --auth                      run with security
  --cpu                       periodically show cpu and iowait utilization
  --dbpath arg                directory for datafiles - defaults to /data/db/
  --diaglog arg               0=off 1=W 2=R 3=both 7=W+some reads
  --directoryperdb            each database will be stored in a separate
                              directory
  --ipv6                      enable IPv6 support (disabled by default)
  --journal                   enable journaling
  --journalCommitInterval arg how often to group/batch commit (ms)
  --journalOptions arg        journal diagnostic options
  --jsonp                     allow JSONP access via http (has security
                              implications)
  --noauth                    run without security
  --nohttpinterface           disable http interface
  --nojournal                 disable journaling (journaling is on by default
                              for 64 bit)
  --noprealloc                disable data file preallocation - will often hurt
                              performance
  --noscripting               disable scripting engine
  --notablescan               do not allow table scans
  --nssize arg (=16)          .ns file size (in MB) for new databases
  --profile arg               0=off 1=slow, 2=all
  --quota                     limits each database to a certain number of files
                              (8 default)
  --quotaFiles arg            number of files allowed per db, requires --quota
  --repair                    run repair on all dbs
  --repairpath arg            root directory for repair files - defaults to
                              dbpath
  --rest                      turn on simple rest api
  --shutdown                  kill a running server (for init scripts)
  --slowms arg (=100)         value of slow for profile and console log
  --smallfiles                use a smaller default file size
  --syncdelay arg (=60)       seconds between disk syncs (0=never, but not
                              recommended)
  --sysinfo                   print some diagnostic system information
  --upgrade                   upgrade db if needed

Replication options:
  --oplogSize arg       size to use (in MB) for replication op log. default is
                        5% of disk space (i.e. large is good)

Master/slave options:
  --master              master mode
  --slave               slave mode
  --source arg          when slave: specify master as <server:port>
  --only arg            when slave: specify a single database to replicate
  --slavedelay arg      specify delay (in seconds) to be used when applying
                        master ops to slave
  --autoresync          automatically resync if slave data is stale

Replica set options:
  --replSet arg           arg is <setname>[/<optionalseedhostlist>]
  --replIndexPrefetch arg specify index prefetching behavior (if secondary)
                          [none|_id_only|all]

Sharding options:
  --configsvr           declare this is a config db of a cluster; default port
                        27019; default dir /data/configdb
  --shardsvr            declare this is a shard db of a cluster; default port
                        27018
  --noMoveParanoia      turn off paranoid saving of data for moveChunk.  this
                        is on by default for now, but default will switch
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