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I'm using the @reboot option as a root cron to update MongoDB when we do a reboot of a EC2 instance.

The problem I have is MongoDB isn't loaded at the point the cron runs the script.

Where is the best place to run a post MongoDB start on server startup?

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In the end I used the upstart /etc/init/mongodb.conf file and it worked well.

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