Response logger - MySQL
This filter simply logs requests to the specified output, and does not change the traffic in any way.
This filter type does not take any code.
None of the parameters are required.
The parameters that can take multiple values can be separated by commas or by newlines.
If specified, the logging output will be appended to this file. Keep in mind that this file is from the perspective of the Docker container: it's usually located in a shared filesystem, or in a Docker volume.
If this parameter is not specified, and the Logger name is not specified, the logging output goes to standard out.
If specified, and the File name parameter is also specified, the file name will be given a timestamp representing when the logging started.
If specified, and the File name parameter is not specified, then this logger will be used for output. The specified name can be that of a pre-existing logger, or a new logger.
If specified, this string will be used as a template for the logging output entries.
$message: the message to be logged
$ts: a timestamp in the format yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.SSS
$user: the name of the database user, if available
$ip: the IP address of the database client
$thread: the ID of the thread running this filter
$sequenceId: the sequence ID of the MySQL packet
A list of packet types to log, for instance OK,StmtPrepareOK.
If no packet types are specified, then all packets are logged.
A list of IP addresses (IP4 and/or IP6) and/or regular expressions for IP addresses.
A list of user names and/or regular expressions for user names. If specified, only responses for these users will be logged.
If this option is checked, the logging will be more verbose.