How to check the server status in MongoDB using PHP?

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by brandy , in category: PHP Databases , a year ago

How to check the server status in MongoDB using PHP?

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by darion , 10 months ago

@brandy 

You can check the server status in MongoDB using PHP by using the MongoDBDriverManager class. The Manager class is used to connect to a MongoDB server and execute commands.


Here's an example code snippet that shows how to check the server status in MongoDB using PHP:

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<?php

// Specify the MongoDB connection details
$server = "mongodb://localhost:27017";
$options = array("connectTimeoutMS" => 30000);

// Create a new MongoDB Manager instance
$manager = new MongoDBDriverManager($server, $options);

// Create a command to check the server status
$command = new MongoDBDriverCommand(array('serverStatus'=>true));

// Execute the command
$result = $manager->executeCommand('admin', $command);

// Get the server status
$status = current($result->toArray());

// Print the server status
var_dump($status);


In this example, we first specify the MongoDB connection details by setting the $server variable to the MongoDB server URL and port number. We also set the $options variable to specify any additional options, such as the connection timeout.


Next, we create a new MongoDBDriverManager instance by passing in the $server and $options variables.


Then, we create a new command to check the server status by creating a MongoDBDriverCommand object and passing in an array with a serverStatus key and a value of true.


We then execute the command by calling the executeCommand method on the Manager instance and passing in the name of the database to execute the command on (in this case, admin) and the command object.


Finally, we get the server status by calling the toArray method on the result object and using the current function to retrieve the first (and only) element in the array. We then print the server status using the var_dump function.