I’ve searched for this several times over the last year or two, and each time it takes me a while to find the solution. If you’re looking for the last queries that were executed against your MongoDB instance, these are the steps you need to perform: Enable The Profiler First, enable the profiler by executing the following command: Keep in mind that this has an impact on performance. Best not to do this on the production database. If you want

I’m not a database guy. In fact, it’s one of the aspects of programming I least like. So it surprised some of my colleagues when I told them I was attending a session at Techorama aimed at DBAs. But the description struck a chord with me. Grant Fritchey gave a session named "Solving the Database Deployment Problem". In my short career, I’ve only seen one place where database deployment was done correctly. And it was my first employer. Every change