How to Install the MongoDB PHP Driver (Extension) on Fedora 21

Step 1: Setup Environment, Install PHP Extension & Application Repository (PEAR)


As a matter of best practice we’ll update our packages:

sudo yum -y update


Then let’s install a compiler, the PHP Extension and Application Repository (PEAR), and PHP development tools:

sudo yum -y install gcc php-pear php-devel


Step 2: Installation with the PHP Extension Community Library (PECL)


Now let’s install the MongoDB PHP driver (extension) with PECL:

sudo pecl install mongo


Next you’ll be prompted regarding ‘MongoDB Enterprise Authentication’. If you’re not specifically using SASL (and already have it installed), then hit enter to continue (thus answering ‘no’):


Build with Cyrus SASL (MongoDB Enterprise Authentication) support? [no] :


Step 3:Configure PHP

sudo vim /etc/php.ini



It is possible to place the following bit of code anywhere in the php.ini file. However, the most common location for extensions is in the Dynamic Extensions section.


Find Dynamic Extensions and insert the following in that section:

extension=mongo.so


Then exit and save the file with the command :wq .


And now we’ll restart Apache:

sudo systemctl restart httpd


Step 4: Verify the Extension is Available


Now verify that the extension is available by using the following command:

php -m | grep -i mongo


Your result should be:

mongo

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