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mongodb: Tool for import/export of all DBs, collections, and indexes but NOT the data.

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I need a tool for rapidly recreating the proper "schema" (such as it is) of MongoDB instances between environments that pre-creates the right DB names, collections, sets collection caps, and creates the indexes for each collection. I do NOT want to copy all of the data between the instances, though. Each env I manage has different data but the DB/collection/caps/indexes are all the same. Is there an easy way to do this, preferably a tool that exports a JSON doc of all the names, caps and indexes that can then be re-ported into a new instance?

Thanks in advance

posted Jun 29, 2015 by anonymous

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Why don't you try an UI which will help you better while working on mongodb... it makes easy all your operations like import export with data or without,working on collections n dbs.

answer Jan 27, 2016 by Shivam Kumar Pandey
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