[UPDATE: 26 August 2017 – The binaries referenced in this post only work with Raspbian Jessie! If you have upgraded to Raspbian Stretch on a R-Pi 3 or R-Pi 3B+, get the newer binaries]
The mongoDB documentation at mongodb.com states that 32-bit binaries are deprecated with release 3.2 and will be unavailable in future releases. The latest version with 32-bit support (i.e. R-Pi with Raspbian) is 3.0.14 as of March, 2017. I have compiled MongoDB 3.0.14 for Raspberry Pi 2 and 3. I needed a few tweaks to the build process I used to compile 3.0.9 and associated tools. Use the installation instruction in my previous blog post to install and run MongoDB 3.0.14 on R-Pi. The only change is to download newer files. I have compiled MongoDB and Tools with the SSL flag — so the SSL option is available.
You can download a gzip file of the MongoDB core binaries v3.0.14 from here.
md5sum: 46bf23049406f02f5379d1d286a5e4f3 core_mongodb_3_0_14.tar.gz
You can download a gzip file of the MongoDB tools v3.0.14 from here.
md5sum: bc1ca8c3346758e338e0490548c6567e tools_mongodb_3_0_14.tar.gz
Installation and use instructions can be found in my previous blog entry: MongoDB 3.0.9 binaries for Raspberry Pi