This is a script that generates a mongoDB the location of the IP.


This is a script that generates a mongoDB the location of the IP.

Installation is in the system, so

[sudo] npm install -g mongeo

These options will give you the help

$ mongeo --help
Usage: mongeo [options]
-h, --help                 output usage information
-V, --version              output the version number
-d, --db [db]              Name of db
-h, --host [host]          IP for the mongoDB
-p, --port [port]          Port for the mongoDB
-u, --user [user]          Username for database
-w, --pass [pass]          Password for database
-m, --multi [multi]        Multiply servers mongo

Place all data from their databases

--db MyDB --host --user MyUser --password MyPassword

Remember that there are certain parameters default

--host localhost --port 27017

When using - multi should be aware that you must enter either the url of connection to servers so mongo.

--multi mongodb://user:pass@localhost:port/database,mongodb://anotherhost:port,mongodb://yetanother:port

Run for install in the app

npm install mongeo
var mongeo = new require('mongeo')({
db : 'MyDB',
host : '', //If 'localhost' not place anything 
port : 27017, // If different settings 
user : 'username', //If there 
pass : 'password', //If there 
// OR in array 
var mongeo = new require('mongeo')([ 
'mongodb://user:pass@localhost:port/database', //Conections Database  
'mongodb://yetanother:port' ]); 
// OR in  a String 
var mongeo = new require('mongeo')( 'mongodb://user:pass@localhost:port/database' );
// OR in nothing 
var mongeo = new require('mongeo')( );

If you use anything that reminds serara database test and a local conectactara localhost. With default settings mongoDB.

var express = require('express');
var app = express();
app.set('port', process.env.PORT || 3000);
// Your configuration 
app.use(; // Here!  
// Your configuration 
var connect = require('connect');
var app = connect()
.use(mongeo.connect) //Here!!! 
res.end('Hello from MonGeo!\n' );


io.configure(function (){
io.set('authorization', mongo.socketio);