I recently started to mess with setting up ReplicaSets. After some testing and playing, I was wanting to remove MongoDB and all settings, and start with a fresh install on all systems to get it set-up for production mode. I assumed
sudo apt-get --purge remove mongodb mongodb-clients mongodb-server mongodb-dev mongodb-10gen followed by
sudo apt-get autoremove would take care and I could just start again with install. The problem is, when I do the fresh install, start up the Mongo Shell, it automatically starts me back up as if I was in my development mode ReplicaSets? I have removed my .confs and mongodb directory from /var/lib/ but that still does not take care of it. During the install, I get the prompt
(Reading database ... 76829 files and directories currently installed.) Where are these? I do a
sudo dpkg -L mongodb-10gen and get that it is not installed?
Any advice to help me avoid a complete Ubuntu re-install would be very helpful. Thanks in advance for any guidance given!