( This is from my machines cmd @ windows 10 )
Warning: Found ~/.mongorc.js, but not ~/.mongoshrc.js. ~/.mongorc.js will not be loaded.
You may want to copy or rename ~/.mongorc.js to ~/.mongoshrc.js.
this below matches the info from Student-test Overview in Atlas
Atlas atlas-ej2x43-shard-0 [primary] student-1>
Howdy Folks newbie here with a question / error message. I was having issue’s getting the MongoDB-shell to work. Was following the University install instructions and every time I went to connect. It would fail and I finally removed everything Mongo from the machine. Running Windows10 Pro and I checked Program Files / Program-86 / AppData Local and Roaming. Even checked that the Environmental Variables Path was empty.
While I am following a few different tutorials some say use Compass, the next one says use the Shell. So I thought there was a conflict in paths. So after a restart from MongoDB Shell Download | MongoDB I selected tools and downloaded -v 1.1.0 Win64-bit msi
I ran the msi and Unchecked just for me to install it in Programs path. I have a Cluster built from following the University follow along and removed everything. I built a new Project in Atlas and it is up and just finished loading the sample data. When I hit connect and selected Shell the string supplied match’s what I have on my machines command line. Provide screen shots.
It has the WARNING message I am concerned with now. And on how to handle it or ignore it ?? I have some experience with node.js and running npm for packages and dependencies. So a lot are just deprecation warnings that handle themselves. This is my first try getting it running on my own and still a little squirrely.
Any explanations and time appreciated. Just unsure if it will lead to failures down the road.
Thanks again and …Peace
cmd and Atlas Project info