Install MongoDB Community Edition 3.2 on Linux Systems

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7 Responses

  1. amruta says:

    while loading the packeges.,m getting the error 256…what it is..? plz give me solution for this

  2. srinu chilukuri says:

    i’m following your article to install mongo db in centos 6.2 installation completed ,
    but when iam start or restart mongodb using following commands:

    /etc/init.d/mongod start (or) sudo service mongod start
    /etc/init.d/mongod restart (or)sudo service mongod restart

    it will not start or restart getting error :”Starting mongod: [FAILED]”,

  3. Vinod says:


    Thanks for the excellent article. One small correction in the following command
    chkconfig –levels 235 mongod
    It should be
    chkconfig –levels 235 mongod on
    Otherwise it will throw warnings.

  4. Anshul Sisodia says:

    Sometimes this happens because packages were not downloaded properly or are corrupted on the website link. Also, check the repo file you created, it might be sometimes the problem of your http server.

  5. TJ says:


    I have followed the instructions, but I am still getting package not available? I am running CentOS 6.3. Any ideas why? I have tried yum update -y and clean up.


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