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MongoDB\Model\CollectionInfo::getCappedMax()

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Deprecated since version 1.9.

MongoDB\Model\CollectionInfo::getCappedMax()

Return the document limit for the capped collection. This correlates with the max option for MongoDB\Database::createCollection().

function getCappedMax(): integer|null

The document limit for the capped collection. If the collection is not capped, null will be returned.

This method is deprecated in favor of using MongoDB\Model\CollectionInfo::getOptions() and accessing the max key.

<?php
$info = new CollectionInfo([
'name' => 'foo',
'options' => [
'capped' => true,
'size' => 1048576,
'max' => 100,
]
]);
var_dump($info->getCappedMax());

The output would then resemble:

int(100)
  • MongoDB\Model\CollectionInfo::getCappedSize()

  • MongoDB\Model\CollectionInfo::isCapped()

  • MongoDB\Database::createCollection()

  • Capped Collections in the MongoDB manual

  • listCollections command reference in the MongoDB manual

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