I use a MongoDB database to analyze data extracted from logs on Linux production servers that handle hundreds of thousands of users per day. I also have databases that I use for research topics – oriented around K-12 education. I have pulled data from The British Library and various datasets from the Europeana Collections.
I’ve blogged before on MongoDB running on a 4 ODROID C2 SBC Cluster with external SATA drives — see this post. I had tried both Arch and Ubuntu flavors of Linux. I pointed out then that MongoDB had an official Enterprise Server Version 3.6 for Ubuntu 16.04 ARM 64. MongoDB Release 4.0.6 is now available for download (as of 15 February 2019). Please check the license terms of the “Enterprise Server Version”. There is also a “Community Server” version that might better meet your needs and/or avoid restrictions. The Community Server install is what is described in this post.
OK it’s great that MongoDB has an official version for “Ubuntu 16.04 Linux 64-bit ARM 64.” I, however, am running the latest Ubuntu OS for ODROID C2 – “Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS (Bionic Beaver).”
OK, here is the quick and simple way to install the latest MongoDB on your ODROID C2 running Ubuntu 18.04…