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mongodb installation

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Open Pull Requests

catch errors based on missing authentication to allow creation of admin user on replicaset setup
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Pull Request (PR) description

When setting up a new replica set with authentication enabled the puppet run fails because some exceptions were not caught properly, when getting the user and database instances. When checking if the mongodb is a primary node a recheck without authentication is done to be able to create the admin user.

This Pull Request (PR) fixes the following issues

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Reorder switches in dbpath_fix find command
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Fix ordering of switches in dbpath_fix's find command

This Pull Request (PR) fixes the following issues

Fixes #571

#449 separate definition of /root/.mongorc.js file
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This Pull Request (PR) fixes the following issues

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Add support for replication.enableMajorityReadConcern setting
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Add support for replication.enableMajorityReadConcern setting in mongod.conf.

This Pull Request (PR) fixes the following issues

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PR#182 addon: arbiter documentation + parameter replset_arbiter for mongodb::server
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The README currently does not give a hint how to configure an arbiter node for a replica set. That feature has been introduced with pull request #182.
It should also be possible to configure an arbiter by parameter replset_arbiter of mongodb::server.

Add support for net.ssl.allowConnectionsWithoutCertificates setting in mongod.conf
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Add support for net.ssl.allowConnectionsWithoutCertificates setting in mongod.conf

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Add default localhost real_ip
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Pull Request (PR) description

Sometimes you just want to add a user or two to Mongo and not manage it with this module (because you're using managing it through Foreman/Katello as an example). In this case maybe all you want to do is:
```
class {'mongodb::globals':
managepackagerepo => false,
manage_package => false
}

mongodbuser { 'SOMEUSER':
ensure => present,
name => 'SOMEUSER',
password
hash => mongodbpassword('SOMEUSER', 'SOME_USER'),
database => 'admin',
roles => ['root', 'admin'],
tries => 10
}
```

Well and then you get Empty host component parsing HostAndPort from ":27017" and realize that all that's missing is just the bind_ip and that you don't want to do anything else with this module but add users... that's where this PR comes in!

This PR will add a default bind_ip of 127.0.0.1. This may be a poor hack because I don't know ruby from an implicit returning hole in the ground :) Either way, lets talk about it? maybe I'm doing something wrong? This PR seems reasonable however.