To restore MongoDB data using PHP, you can use the
mongorestore command-line tool along with the
exec() function in PHP. Here are the steps to follow:
- Make sure that MongoDB and PHP are installed on your system.
- Create a dump of your MongoDB data using the mongodump command-line tool. For example, you can run the following command to create a dump of the mydb database:mongodump --db mydb --out /path/to/backup/folder
This will create a backup of the mydb database in the /path/to/backup/folder directory.
- To restore the data, use the mongorestore command-line tool to restore the backup. For example, you can run the following command to restore the mydb database:mongorestore --db mydb /path/to/backup/folder/mydb
This will restore the mydb database from the backup in the /path/to/backup/folder/mydb directory.
- To execute the mongorestore command from PHP, you can use the exec() function. For example:$command = "mongorestore --db mydb /path/to/backup/folder/mydb";
exec($command, $output, $return_value);
This will execute the mongorestore command and store the output in the $output variable. The $return_value variable will contain the exit code of the command (0 for success).Note that you may need to adjust the path to the mongorestore command depending on your system configuration.
That's it! You have now restored MongoDB data using PHP.