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Shut Down MongoDB Processes


You can shut down selected mongod and mongos processes, or you can shut down all the processes at once for a sharded cluster or replica set. Ops Manager continues to monitor the processes, and you can later restart them. If you no longer want Ops Manager to monitor the processes, you can remove them from monitoring.



Select the Deployment tab and then the Deployment page.


Click edit mode, and then click the arrow to the right of the deployment.


Click the gear icon drop-down list and select Shut Down.


Click Shutdown to confirm.


Click Review & Deploy.


Click Confirm & Deploy.

Additional Information

To restart processes after shutting them down, see Restart a MongoDB Process.

To remove processes from Ops Manager monitoring, see Remove Processes from Monitoring.