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MongoDB Charts: basic installation

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I have a simple instance of MongoDB running with no replication or authentication.

The installation notes state: "For a production deployment, deploy MongoDB in a three member replica set and enable authentication."For just testing of Charts v0.9 is this a requirement?

posted Jul 18 by anonymous

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