MongoDB-specific event fields. These fields mirror closely the fields for the MongoDB wire protocol. The higher level fields (for example,
resource) apply to MongoDB events as well.
If the MongoDB request has resulted in an error, this field contains the error message returned by the server.
The full collection name. The full collection name is the concatenation of the database name with the collection name, using a dot (.) for the concatenation. For example, for the database foo and the collection bar, the full collection name is foo.bar.
Sets the number of documents to omit - starting from the first document in the resulting dataset - when returning the result of the query.
The requested maximum number of documents to be returned.
The number of documents in the reply.
Where in the cursor this reply is starting.
A JSON document that represents the query. The query will contain one or more elements, all of which must match for a document to be included in the result set. Possible elements include $query, $orderby, $hint, $explain, and $snapshot.
A JSON document that limits the fields in the returned documents. The returnFieldsSelector contains one or more elements, each of which is the name of a field that should be returned, and the integer value 1.
A BSON document that specifies the query for selecting the document to update or delete.
A BSON document that specifies the update to be performed. For information on specifying updates, see the Update Operations documentation from the MongoDB Manual.
The cursor identifier returned in the OP_REPLY. This must be the value that was returned from the database.
OncRPC specific event fields.
RPC message transaction identifier.
RPC call size with argument.
RPC reply size with argument.
RPC message reply status.
RPC message processing time.
RPC message processing time in human readable form.
RPC authentication flavor.
RPC caller’s user id, in case of auth-unix.
RPC caller’s group id, in case of auth-unix.
RPC caller’s secondary group ids, in case of auth-unix.
Arbitrary ID which the caller machine may generate.
The name of the caller’s machine.