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Details of dev-db/mongodb:

Description: A high-performance, open source, schema-free document-oriented database
Homepage: https://www.mongodb.com

available versions:

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mongodb-4.0.2 -~-----------debug
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To upgrade from a version earlier than the 3.6-series, you must
successively upgrade major releases until you have upgraded
to 3.6-series. Then upgrade to 4.0 series.
Be sure to set featureCompatibilityVersion to 3.6 before upgrading.
Make sure to read the release notes and follow the upgrade process:
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/$(ver_cut 1-2)/
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/$(ver_cut 1-2)/#upgrade-procedures
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mongodb-3.6.8 -~-----------debug
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To upgrade from a version earlier than the 3.4-series, you must
successively upgrade major releases until you have upgraded
to 3.4-series. Then upgrade to 3.6 series.
Be sure to set featureCompatibilityVersion to 3.4 before upgrading.
Make sure to read the release notes and follow the upgrade process:
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/$(ver_cut 1-2)/
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/$(ver_cut 1-2)/#upgrade-procedures
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mongodb-3.4.16 -~-----------debug
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To upgrade from a version earlier than the 3.2-series, you must
successively upgrade major releases until you have upgraded
to 3.2-series. Then upgrade to 3.4 series.
Make sure to read the release notes and follow the upgrade process:
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/$(ver_cut 1-2)/
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/$(ver_cut 1-2)/#upgrade-procedures
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mongodb-3.4.10 -+-----------debug
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To upgrade from a version earlier than the 3.0-series, you must
successively upgrade major releases until you have upgraded
to 3.2-series. Then upgrade to 3.4 series.
!! IMPORTANT !!
 
${PN} configuration files have changed !
 
Make sure you migrate from /etc/conf.d/${PN} to the new YAML standard in /etc/${PN}.conf
  http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/configuration-options/
 
Make sure you also follow the upgrading process :
  http://docs.mongodb.org/master/release-notes/3.0-upgrade/
 
MongoDB 3.0 introduces the WiredTiger storage engine.
WiredTiger is incompatible with MMAPv1 and you need to dump/reload your data if you want to use it.
Once you have your data dumped, you need to set storage.engine: wiredTiger in /etc/${PN}.conf
  http://docs.mongodb.org/master/release-notes/3.0-upgrade/#change-storage-engine-to-wiredtiger
Make sure to read the release notes and follow the upgrade process:
  https://docs.mongodb.org/manual/release-notes/3.4/
  https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/release-notes/3.4/#upgrade-procedures
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mongodb-3.2.17 -+----------~debug
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To upgrade an existing MongoDB deployment to 3.2, you must be
running a 3.0-series release. Please update to the latest 3.0
release before continuing if wish to keep your data.
!! IMPORTANT !!
 
${PN} configuration files have changed !
 
Make sure you migrate from /etc/conf.d/${PN} to the new YAML standard in /etc/${PN}.conf
  http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/configuration-options/
 
Make sure you also follow the upgrading process :
  http://docs.mongodb.org/master/release-notes/3.0-upgrade/
 
MongoDB 3.0 introduces the WiredTiger storage engine.
WiredTiger is incompatible with MMAPv1 and you need to dump/reload your data if you want to use it.
Once you have your data dumped, you need to set storage.engine: wiredTiger in /etc/${PN}.conf
  http://docs.mongodb.org/master/release-notes/3.0-upgrade/#change-storage-engine-to-wiredtiger
Make sure to read the release notes and follow the upgrade process:
  https://docs.mongodb.org/manual/release-notes/3.2/
  https://docs.mongodb.org/master/release-notes/3.2-upgrade/
 Starting in 3.2, MongoDB uses the WiredTiger as the default storage engine.
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