There are several ways to find your MongoDB version number:
1. Using a GUI client on your backend Windows machine.
2. Using Command Prompt on the machine hosting the Database (Windows).
3. Using the Shell on the machine hosting the Database (Linux).
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