ClojureWerkz Mailer is an ActionMailer-inspired mailer library for Clojure.
1.2.0 is a minor feature release.
Template rendering exceptions now have a better error message.p
Contributed by Lei.
Mailer is part of the group of libraries known as ClojureWerkz, together with
One of the most noticeable features we included in this iteration is the addition of SHA-1 checksum files with all SCP “push” restores. After we push over the data files or the .tar.gz, we push over a file of these SHA-1 checksums. This means that you can know two vital pieces of information, that your restore is complete (since the checksum file arrives last), and that your restore is not corrupted in transit.
This iteration we also released new critical functionality for customers who are backing up MongoDB deployments. Currently, the MongoDB Backups done by MMS are accomplished via streaming oplog and periodic snapshots and clustershots of the data. When taking these ‘moment in tim...
MongoDB offers new geospatial features in versions 2.4 and 2.6. The core of these features is the introduction of GeoJSON, an open-source format for rich geospatial types that go beyond what MongoDB has supported in previous versions. This post is a primer for developers new to geospatial data in MongoDB. We aim to familiarize you […]
By Alex Komyagin, Technical Services Engineer at MongoDB
Setting up Kerberos authentication and SSL encryption in a MongoDB Java application is not as simple as other languages. In this post, I’m going to show you how to create a Kerberos and SSL enabled Java application that communicates with MongoDB.
My original setup consists of the following:
1) KDC server:
kerberos config file (/etc/krb5.conf):
KDC has the following principals:
2) MongoDB server:
MongoDB version: 2.6.0
MongoDB config file:
I'm preparing to do some simple MongoDB hackathons in Scandinavia, and because I don't want to forget how to do all the steps, I actually wrote down an example exercise.
The usual apt, yum and brew methods will work for this tutorial.