There are several ways to find your MongoDB version number:
1. Using a GUI client on your backend Windows VM.
For this method, you need to first connect to the machine that hosts the backend sites of your RushFiles installation. These are: domainmaster.rushfiles.com, domainauth.rushfiles.com, xchange01.rushfiles.com.
NOTE: You will most likely need to authenticate your connection with your MongoDB credentials. If you have forgotten these credentials and cannot connect, please create a ticket.
a.) Log in to your backend machine and connect to your MongoDB. We recommend using a GUI client, such as robomongo or Studio3T.
c.) Execute the db.version() command.
d.) Take note of the version that's returned:
2. Using the Command Prompt on the machine hosting your MongoDB (Windows).
a.) Start Services and find the path to the executable for the RfMongoDB service.
NOTE: The service may have a slightly different name depending on the age of your installation.
b.) Open a Command Prompt, paste in the path, and execute it with the --version argument
c.) Note down the version number
3. Using the Shell on the machine hosting your MongoDB (Linux)
a.) SSH to your MongoDB machine.
b.) Execute mongod --version
ubuntu@xxxxxxxxx:~$ mongod --version
c.) Note down the version
db version v3.6.21