made me wonder, if it’s just that easy for the library to handle potentially different mongodb nodes like:
MongoClient(“172.XX.YY.BBB:27017”, “172.XX.YY.CCC:27017”, “172.XX.YY.HHH:27017”) …and if that happened to work successfully (of which I’ll probably try tomorrow … or latter tonight when I can’t sleep) …but if that wasn’t too difficult to do from the PyMongo library perspective … how might that translate to configuration and or tutor edits?
Thanks for any input, hazings, thoughts, feedback, and such!
So I was curious, inside the “auth.json” file that has the templating, would it work to say, anywhere the “DOC_STORE_CONFIG” is listed modify the “host” to be changed to “replicaSet”, and ensuring that the MONGODB_HOST is actually like: AAA.BBB.CCC.GGG, AAA.BBB.CCC.EEE, AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD - given that we use standard port of 27017?
I’m starting to test this to try to see what impact the edits have.
Hey @odemakov that pull request was great! and perfect timing too!
I manually implemented those changes to our auth.json file and config.yml file and it’s working like a dream on the server!
And thanks to the work you did I am gaining a deeper understanding of how the templating with https://jinja.palletsprojects.com/en/2.11.x/
is kinda taking place
I haven’t read up on plugins with tutor and should
Can anyone please let me know, how we can configure a remote mongo server for cs_comment_service? I have configured remote mongodb for lms and cms via plugin by changing mongodb parameters but when I try to modify MONGOHQ_URL for cs_comment_service, the forum container keeps on restarting.
Accessed the forum container
Changed the MONGOHQ_URL here but it was not working.
On tutor env, here is file path:
We can find forum configurations here. Do we need to modify this file?