May be a dumb question,
In a sharded database configuration, I launched my mongos with the following command :
mongos --configdb config1:27019,config2:27019,config3:27019
I now need to stop mongo to enable internal Authentification and use a .conf file, problem is, whereas I can just do a
systemctl stop mongod under the other config/shard servers, mongos behave differently.
ps aux | grep mongo give me this :
root 5200 0.4 1.3 317544 13588 ? Sl Dec30 6:01 mongos --config /etc/mongos.conf
I don't want to kill the process and risking making a mess, is there a way to gently stop mongos?