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Atlas requires clients to authenticate to access an Atlas cluster. Atlas provides a curated list of Database User Privileges. These privileges provide access to a subset of MongoDB commands.
Atlas limits the
db.killOp() method to
the MongoDB user who ran the operation.
The following table lists the most common commands and shell methods that database user privileges do not support. To ensure cluster stability and performance, Atlas subsumes or restricts the functionality that these commands provide.
|||This command is not supported on global write clusters only.|
As an alternative, see the available Atlas User Roles.
|||(1, 2) You can call |
Atlas doesn't support the
aggregation pipeline stage.
MongoDB versions 4.2 and later do not support the following commands and methods:
Please contact Atlas support if your use case requires access to a command not currently supported by the existing Atlas database user privileges.