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I'm a nuby on linux (never used it before), and I want to install mongodb on an EC2 linux instance.

I still haven't found a good article which guide how to install mongodb on an EC2 linux instance, which the data files are stored in an attached EBS.

Anyone know a good guide?

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Check out some of these links, hopefully they should point you in the right direction:

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Thanks! I found the second link useful! – Roei Sep 12 '11 at 10:28
Okay, here's the things I've done: (1) Attach the EBS volume to the instance, and mount it: (2) Set auto mount on boot (/env/fstab): (3) Install Mongo: – Roei Sep 12 '11 at 10:33

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