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Dump a mongo db from a live meteor app to a local dump dir.

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#!/bin/bash
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# The meteor.com Hot Dump 2-step
# Dump a mongo db from a live meteor app to a local dump dir.
#
# Splits up the output of:
# meteor mongo $METEOR_DOMAIN --url
# and pushes it into
# mongodump -u $MONGO_USER -h $MONGO_DOMAIN -d $MONGO_DB -p "${MONGO_PASSWORD}"
#
# Doing so by hand is tedious as the password in the url is only valid for 60 seconds.
#
# Requires
# - meteor (tested on 0.5.9)
# - mongodb (tested in 2.4.0)
#
# Usage
# ./meteor-dump.sh goto
#
# If all goes well it'll create a dump folder in the current working directory.
#
# By @olizilla
# On 2013-03-20. Using this script after it's sell by date may void your warranty.
#
 
METEOR_DOMAIN="$1"
 
if [[ "$METEOR_DOMAIN" == "" ]]
then
echo "You need to supply your meteor app name"
echo "e.g. ./meteor-dump.sh app"
exit 1
fi
 
# REGEX ALL THE THINGS.
# Chomps the goodness flakes out of urls like "mongodb://client:pass-word@skybreak.member0.mongolayer.com:27017/goto_meteor_com"
MONGO_URL_REGEX="mongodb:\/\/(.*):(.*)@(.*)\/(.*)"
 
# stupid tmp file as meteor may want to prompt for a password
TMP_FILE="/tmp/meteor-dump.tmp"
 
# Get the mongo url for your meteor app
meteor mongo $METEOR_DOMAIN --url | tee "${TMP_FILE}"
 
MONGO_URL=$(sed '/Password:/d' "${TMP_FILE}")
 
# clean up the temp file
if [[ -f "${TMP_FILE}" ]]
then
rm "${TMP_FILE}"
fi
 
if [[ $MONGO_URL =~ $MONGO_URL_REGEX ]]
then
MONGO_USER="${BASH_REMATCH[1]}"
MONGO_PASSWORD="${BASH_REMATCH[2]}"
MONGO_DOMAIN="${BASH_REMATCH[3]}"
MONGO_DB="${BASH_REMATCH[4]}"
 
#e.g mongodump -u client -h skybreak.member0.mongolayer.com:27017 -d goto_meteor_com -p "guid-style-password"
mongodump -u $MONGO_USER -h $MONGO_DOMAIN -d $MONGO_DB -p "${MONGO_PASSWORD}"
else
echo "Sorry, no dump for you. Couldn't extract your details from the url: ${MONGO_URL}"
exit 1
fi

To get the dump imported into your local dev mongodb, you can:

   mongorestore dump

where dump is the name of the dir containing the dumped data that should have been created by running the script.

You can then take a peak around your local mongos with the finely crafted: http://genghisapp.com/

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