Select your distribution from the list or the legacy Linux 64-bit version if your distribution is unavailable. Keep in mind that this legacy Linux 64 build may lack the performance optimizations present in targeted builds.
This 32-bit legacy distribution does not include SSL encryption and is limited to around 2GB of data. In general you should use the 64 bit builds. See here for more information.
The binary of this version has been compiled with SSL enabled and dynamically linked. This requires that SSL libraries be installed seperately. See here for more information on installing OpenSSL.
This distribution does not include SSL encryption.
MongoDB distributions include the MongoDB server, the MongoDB shell, and command-line tools for common administration tasks. However, in order to start developing applications with MongoDB you will need to install a driver for your chosen programming language.
The Production Notes contains a list of common operational considerations and recommendations for configuring and deploying MongoDB in production.
MongoDB follows an even/odd convention for major server version numbers:
Even numbered builds are production releases (2.4.x, 2.6.x, 3.0.x) and odd numbered builds are development/unstable releases (2.5.x, 2.7.x, 3.1.x).
Minor version numbers (i.e. 2.6.5, 2.6.6) indicate bugfix/security releases.
We recommend you always run the latest production release for your major version of MongoDB
Source code is available for the MongoDB server and all officially supported drivers.
Every download has a corresponding md5 checksum, which can be accessed by appending the .md5 to the end of the download url.
MongoDB packages are available for most popular operating systems. We recommend using packaged installs as these provide default configuration files, service definitions, and an easy upgrade path. In addition to the officially supported packages above, the community maintains the following: