How to Install Ubiquiti mFi Controller 2 on the Raspberry Pi
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MongoDB

MongoDB is a free, open-source, document-oriented database. The mFi Controller software requires the MongoDB package to be installed.

You can skip this section if you have previously installed the UniFi Controller package on your Raspberry Pi.
  1. Install MongoDB, using the following package install command:
    sudo apt-get -y install mongodb

    The installation takes several minutes to complete, but is fully automated.

  2. Stop and disable the default MongoDB database instance, using the following commands:
    sudo systemctl stop mongodb
    sudo systemctl disable mongodb

    Without making this configuration change, you will have two separate instances of MongoDB running; an unused default database instance, and the mFi database instance. This is obviously not desirable on a device with limited resources, such as the Raspberry Pi.

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