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DBClientCursor::init call() failed while trying to shutdown mongo

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I am running these commands through mongo shell in a bash script

db=db.getSiblingDB('admin'); db.shutdownServer(); quit();

but it seems that db is not getting shutdown, this is the response i am getting :

MongoDB shell version: 2.6.10 connecting to: localhost:27000/test 2015-06-27T10:05:54.375+0000 DBClientCursor::init call() failed server should be down...

Any advice on what to do and what is going wrong? I tried to shutdown mms agents first,but that didn't help

posted Jul 4, 2015 by anonymous

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