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MongoDB has instructed me to change its command-line arguments:



REST is not enabled.  use --rest to turn on.


but this is all I know how to do:



sudo service mongodb start


Where should I apply this configuration change?


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The various parameters that you wish to enable or disable can be set in the



/etc/mongodb.conf



config file.



All the command-line parameters can be mentioned in that file, and setting the values to true or false.



In your case, add a line as follows, preferably somewhere after the dbpath is mentioned.



rest = true



After each change to the configuration file, you need to restart the server to take effect:



sudo service mongodb restart



For more options, take a look at the documentation.


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