In first instance be sure that numa is installed and loaded during the startup:
yum search numa | egrep -v devel
# Be sure to install the necessary package, avoid the "devel" ones
yum install numad # numactl
Be sure that numad is loaded during the startup:
systemctl enable numad
service numad start
service numad status
echo 0 | sudo tee /proc/sys/vm/...
Google is deprecating their non-GCP focused Stackdriver integrations (like Mongo) and moving to the BindPlane MIaaS platform as their supported monitoring integrations platform for non-GCP datasources.
More details can be found here:
Enables a daemon mode that runs the mongod process in the background. By default mongod does not run as a daemon: typically you will run mongod as a daemon, either by using --fork or by using a controlling process that handles the daemonization process (e.g. as with upstart and systemd).
So when you using fork without using sudo effective uid ...
I would reccomend taking a look at Cosmos DB if you can. Because it supports the Mongo API you should be able to talk to it using the same code (for the most part) and it will then take care of the replication, backup, HA etc. for you.
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