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Re: [paho-dev] Storing All MQTT publishes in a MongoDB Database

I’m not sure this would be scalable either but you might want to look at this:


There are MQTT and MongoDB nodes available that you could make use of.






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I'd be grateful if I get a Mosquitto based solution for now. I'm using Mosquito 1.4.2




On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 9:32 PM, Dominik Obermaier <dominik.obermaier@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Dishant,


if you want to store the data directly on the broker instead of a wildcard subscriber, you can take a look at this blog post which discusses a more centralized approach in detail:



As an addendum to the blog post, there is an example plugin available which stores data into a sql database. The principles remain the same if you are using MongoDB:

Hope this helps,



On 20 Apr 2015 at 17:57:18, dishant ghai (dishant.ghai@xxxxxxxxx) wrote:

Hi All,


I need to store all published messages in a MongoDB Database. Is there any way to do this cleanly on message arrival at broker without getting into the C Code.


I got a tutorial which does it using node.js and doing a client subscribe to '#'  and storing

the messages to MongoDB on message arrival at broker.


 but I i'm not sure if it is a scalable method.


Kindly share your views.



Dishant Ghai




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