Mongodb Setup User and Password

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  1. start container with auth

     $ docker run --restart=always --name demo_db -itd -v /data/mongo/db:/data/db  -p 27017:27017 mongo:3 --auth
  2. login the database inside docker, user and pwd is unnecessary.

     $ docker exec -it demo_db /bin/sh
     $ mongo
  3. add user as admin

     //administrator db
     $ use admin
     // add user 'root'
     $ db.createUser({user: "root", pwd: "demo#$%!", roles: [ {role: "userAdminAnyDatabase", db: "admin"} ] })
  4. exit, and login with the user ‘root’ and pwd

     $ mongo -u "root" -p "demo#$%!" --authenticationDatabase "admin"
  5. authorize

     $ db.auth("root", "demo#$%!")
  6. add user for bussness db

     $ use test_db
     // add user for test_db and assign read and write permission
     $ db.createUser({user: "test", pwd: "Test", roles: [ { role: "readWrite", db: "test_db" } ]})
  7. exit and login with the new user and pwd

     $ mongo -u "test" -p "Test" --authenticationDatabase "test_db"
  8. authorize again

     $ use test_db
     $ db.auth("test", "Test")
  9. finish and quit.

  10. if using mongoose to access the encrypted db

    mongoose.connect('mongodb://username:[email protected]:port/database?options...');

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