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comment MongoDB fails in non-busy hours
not arguing about what you are seeing, I don't doubt the sequence, more so about what the cause is. If a query is actually taking that long to run it would definitely show up in the logs - if there are no queries showing up at all with extended times then something weird is going on. I would start looking for something that (for example) kills long running queries, or see if a packet capture shows anything odd about the first run. Similarly I would try running it manually out of hours, maybe with an explain at least once to see if the same thing happens.
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comment MongoDB fails in non-busy hours
mongotop is just a view of how busy particular collections are, it's a cumulative stat based on all activity in a collection, so not particularly useful for troubleshooting a single query issue. If your queries are not showing up in the log, then they are not taking >30 seconds and your timeout is being caused by something else. Time to check to see if the place you are running it from has proper connectivity, see if there's a typo somewhere etc. especially if this works quickly when you run it manually
Feb
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comment MongoDB fails in non-busy hours
Can you track down the query you are running in the logs? It will still complete even after you time out on the client side, and then you can see how long it is taking to return, may give some more insight. Also, an explain on the query would be good to see too
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You won't be able to hit these IP addresses directly unless you are doing so from a VM within the subnets, or unless you set up a way to route into the subnets from your host machine (with port mapping for example, but that's beyond the scope of this answer). All this is intended to do is show you how to get WanEM to be a permanent VM and not a Live CD. How you configure it and access it afterwards is up to you (and would be a separate Q&A if you are having issues)
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