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==Drivers==
 
==Drivers==
 
===Bitnami Installs on Windows, Mac, and Linux===
 
===Bitnami Installs on Windows, Mac, and Linux===
'''Note''':The Bitnami packages come with an instance of MongoDB and the drivers already installed. No further action is necessary, unless upgrading from pre 2.1.2 to 2.1.2 or later.  
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'''Note''':The Bitnami packages come with an instance of MongoDB and the drivers already installed. No further action is necessary unless trying to upgrade driver versions.  
  
====Windows====
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*[[../../../Bitnami_Windows/Modules/MongoDB| Bitnami Windows]] instructions.
If you have a Bitnami for Windows stack that has the older mongo driver, but need to upgrade to the mongodb driver, follow this procedure
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*[[../../../Bitnami_VM/Modules/MongoDB| Bitnami VM]] instructions.
*'''Download the dll from pecl'''
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**http://pecl.php.net/package/mongodb
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**Click on the DLL link for the latest stable package unless you have a reason to use a different version
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**On the download page you will be presented with multiple options. You need to always choose '''thread safe''' and '''32 bit (x86)'''. Choose the version that matches the PHP version of your stack (5.5, 5.6, 7.0.)
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**unzip the package after download
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*'''Copy the php_mongodb.dll file to the extensions directory'''
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**the PHP extensions default location is <source lang=bash>C:\Bitnami\dreamfactory-{version number}\php\ext\</source>
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*'''Edit the php.ini file'''
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**php.ini default location is <source lang=bash>C:\Bitnami\dreamfactory-{version number}\php\</source>
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**add a line that says <source lang=bash>extension=php_mongodb.dll</source>
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**save the php.ini file
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*'''Restart your Bitnami stack'''
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====Linux VM and Cloud Images====
 
If you have a Bitnami for Linux VM or Cloud image that has the older mongo driver, but need to upgrade to the mongodb driver, follow this procedure
 
*'''Clone the source'''
 
**You can do this from anywhere that you have write access, but we recommend your user's home folder.
 
**<source lang=bash>git clone https://github.com/mongodb/mongo-php-driver.git</source>
 
*'''Change into cloned repo and get submodules'''
 
**<source lang=bash>cd mongo-php-driver</source>
 
**<source lang=bash>git submodule sync && git submodule update --init</source>
 
*'''Prepare the build environment for a PHP extension'''
 
**<source lang=bash>phpize</source>
 
*'''Install the necessary libraries'''
 
**<source lang=bash>sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libssl-dev libsslcommon2-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config</source>
 
*'''Configure the environment'''
 
**<source lang=bash>./configure --with-libdir=/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu</source>
 
*'''Compile the module'''
 
**<source lang=bash>make all -j 5</source>
 
*'''Install the module'''
 
**<source lang=bash>sudo make install</source>
 
**You should get output indicating that the module was installed to an extensions directory, for example /opt/binamit/php/lib/php/extensions/
 
*'''Edit php.ini'''
 
**Use your text editor of choice to edit /opt/bitnami/php/etc/php.ini .  I like vim
 
**<source lang=bash>sudo vim /opt/bitnami/php/etc/php.ini</source>
 
**Add a line indicating the new module. It can go anywhere in the file. I put mine right next to the mongo.so instruction.
 
***<source lang=bash>extension=mongodb.so</source>
 
**Save the file and exit
 
*'''Restart the Bitnami stack'''
 
*'''Verify successful installation using php -m and grep'''
 
Example:
 
<source lang=bash>[email protected]:~/mongo-php-drivers$ php -m | grep mongo
 
mongo
 
mongodb</source>
 
  
 
===Manual Install on Linux===
 
===Manual Install on Linux===
* The version of php-mongodb in the APT repositories is no longer high enough to satisfy the requirements of the mongodb repos used. Please install using PECL.
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==== Requirements ====
# Make sure you have all the required packages
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* You will need the following items from your package manager (linux)
#* <source lang="bash">$ sudo apt-get install php-dev php-pear build-essential libsslcommon2-dev libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev pkg-config</source>
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** PHP Pear and PHP Dev (for PECL)
# Install from PECL
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** Development tools / (e.g. Build Essential tools)
#* <source lang="bash">$ sudo pecl install mongodb</source>
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** libsslcommon2-dev  
# Create the ini file
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** libssl-dev  
#* <source lang="bash">$ sudo sh -c 'echo "extension=mongodb.so" > /etc/php/7.0/mods-available/mongodb.ini'</source>
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** libcurl4-openssl-dev  
# Enable the extension
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** pkg-config
#* <source lang="bash">$ sudo phpenmod mongodb</source>
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# Restart your webserver app and/or php-fpm
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==== Driver Install ====
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* In Linux you will need to use PECL to build the mongodb module and then enable in php.
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For concrete examples, see the [[../../../APT/Ubuntu_16.04/Modules/MongoDB| Ubuntu 16.04]] instructions.

Revision as of 18:58, 28 February 2018

Drivers

Bitnami Installs on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Note:The Bitnami packages come with an instance of MongoDB and the drivers already installed. No further action is necessary unless trying to upgrade driver versions.


Manual Install on Linux

Requirements

  • You will need the following items from your package manager (linux)
    • PHP Pear and PHP Dev (for PECL)
    • Development tools / (e.g. Build Essential tools)
    • libsslcommon2-dev
    • libssl-dev
    • libcurl4-openssl-dev
    • pkg-config

Driver Install

  • In Linux you will need to use PECL to build the mongodb module and then enable in php.

For concrete examples, see the Ubuntu 16.04 instructions.