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db.getLogComponents()

Returns the current verbosity settings. The verbosity settings determine the amount of Log Messages that MongoDB produces for each log message component.

If a component inherits the verbosity level of its parent, db.getLogComponents() displays -1 for the component's verbosity.

The db.getLogComponents() returns a document with the verbosity settings. For example:

{
"verbosity" : 0,
"accessControl" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"command" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"control" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"geo" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"index" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"network" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"query" : {
"verbosity" : 2
},
"replication" : {
"verbosity" : -1,
"election" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"heartbeats" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"initialSync" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"rollback" : {
"verbosity" : -1
}
},
"sharding" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"storage" : {
"verbosity" : 2,
"recovery" : {
"verbosity" : -1
},
"journal" : {
"verbosity" : -1
}
},
"write" : {
"verbosity" : -1
}
}

To modify these settings, you can configure the systemLog.verbosity and systemLog.component.<name>.verbosity settings in the configuration file or set the logComponentVerbosity parameter using the setParameter command or use the db.setLogLevel() method. For examples, see Configure Log Verbosity Levels.

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