@JaredBusch So... now that you've had this up and running for a while, care to report on how that is going? Inquiring minds are curious. Particularly w.r.t. resource utilization comparison, performance differences, etc. comparatively. I think you were on Mongo previously, correct? Cuz I am right there with you on the license bullshit. All it takes is one bump in the road, merger, and wham, history repeats and next major version changes license again - only this time to something closed. Have no interest in betting on community to fork and continue. Need a safer bet. It would appear that percona may have already done so w/their percona mongodb offering but I wonder if that would continue as a full fork if/when upstream became closed source.
I know this topic is not for NodeBB.eu, but for consistency I will post it last time here.
I failed hard on the last deadline, the last 5 months I spend just on learning about TAX/VAT, Invoices, because i want to generate them automatically and i want to be also right with General Data Protection Regulation so need to do some changes to db, and everything is taking time. I set another deadline but wont share it here, i will create new post when it will be ready (about 5-8 months).
What specific reasons for the CentOS recommendation here?
Revisiting a little...
Basically the three main Linux releases supported by MongoDB are CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian. CentOS and Ubuntu here are mostly six of one. But CentOS 8 Stream I like a little more than the Ubuntu LTS options. We use Ubuntu a little more often than CentOS today, but in this case I feel that CentOS is slightly better for us. But really, all three options are perfectly fine. We just have to pick one.
Sorry, ignore me. I got this figured out. I was being really dumb and had the wrong config.json file open and didn't know what I was looking at. Just ignore. Yes, the socket.io settings were missing, but were on my screen so I was sure that they were there.