RockMongo – MongoDB administration tool

RockMongo is an open source MongoDB administration GUI tool.

RockMongo is very easy to install and use.

The software is written in PHP.

Features include:

  • Plug-ins: everyone can develop his own plug-in.
  • Themes: you can custom themes easily for your users or company.
  • System:
    • Multiple hosts, and one host can has multiple administrators.
    • Switch among hosts freely.
    • Password protection.
  • Server:
    • Server info (web server, PHP, directives in PHP.ini …).
    • Status.
    • Databases.
    • Replication status.
  • Database:
    • Query, create, drop, repair.
    • Execute commands and JavaScript codes.
    • Statistics.
    • Profiling.
    • Users management.
    • Data transfer(clone).
    • Export/import.
  • Collection:
    • Advanced query and explain tool.
    • Read, insert, update, duplicate and remove single row.
    • Query, create and drop indexes.
    • Validate collection.
    • Clear all records in collection.
    • Remove and change a batch of criteria matched rows.
    • Statistics.
    • Rename
    • Modify properties (capped, size, max …).
    • Data transfer(clone).
    • Export/import.
  • GridFS:
    • View chunks.
    • Download file.
  • Runs fast, and easy to install.
  • I18N (English, Chinese, French, Japanese, British, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian).

Website: github.com/iwind/rockmongo
Support:
Developer: iwind.liu
License: New BSD License

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