Auditing allows you to monitor access to the database in detail. In general audit logs are of the form
<time-stamp> | <server> | <topic> | <username> | <database> | <client-ip> | <authentication> | <text1> | <text2> | ...
The time-stamp is in GMT. This allows to easily match log entries from servers in different time zones.
The name of the server. You can specify a custom name on startup. Otherwise the default hostname is used.
The topic is the log topic for the entry. A topic can be suppressed through
log.level configuration option or the REST API.
The username is the (authenticated or unauthenticated) name supplied by the
client. A dash
- is printed if no name was given by the client.
The database describes the database that was accessed. Please note that there are no database crossing queries. Each access is restricted to one database.
The client-ip describes the source of the request.
The authentication details the methods used to authenticate the user.
Details about the requests follow in the additional fields.
Any additional fields (e.g. text1 and text2) will be determined by the type
of log message. Most messages will include a status of