Oct 6, 2018

[HDGEM] Usage: mongoimport help

    Usage:    mongoimport      Import CSV, TSV or JSON data into MongoDB. If no file is provided, mongoimport reads from stdin.    See for more information.    general options:        --help                                      print usage        --version                                   print the tool version and exit    verbosity options:    -v, --verbose=                           more detailed log output (include multiple times for more verbosity, e.g. -vvvvv, or specify a numeric value, e.g. --verbose=N)        --quiet                                     hide all log output    connection options:    -h, --host=                           mongodb host to connect to (setname/host1,host2 for replica sets)        --port=                               server port (can also use --host hostname:port)    ssl options:        --ssl                                       connect to a mongod or mongos that has ssl enabled        --sslCAFile=                      the .pem file containing the root certificate chain from the certificate authority        --sslPEMKeyFile=                  the .pem file containing the certificate and key        --sslPEMKeyPassword=              the password to decrypt the sslPEMKeyFile, if necessary        --sslCRLFile=                     the .pem file containing the certificate revocation list        --sslAllowInvalidCertificates               bypass the validation for server certificates        --sslAllowInvalidHostnames                  bypass the validation for server name        --sslFIPSMode                               use FIPS mode of the installed openssl library    authentication options:    -u, --username=                       username for authentication    -p, --password=                       password for authentication        --authenticationDatabase=    database that holds the user's credentials        --authenticationMechanism=       authentication mechanism to use    namespace options:    -d, --db=                        database to use    -c, --collection=              collection to use    input options:    -f, --fields=[,]*                 comma separated list of fields, e.g. -f name,age        --fieldFile=                      file with field names - 1 per line        --file=                           file to import from; if not specified, stdin is used        --headerline                                use first line in input source as the field list (CSV and TSV only)        --jsonArray                                 treat input source as a JSON array        --parseGrace=                        controls behavior when type coercion fails - one of: autoCast, skipField, skipRow, stop (defaults to 'stop') (default: stop)        --type=                               input format to import: json, csv, or tsv (defaults to 'json') (default: json)        --columnsHaveTypes                          indicated that the field list (from --fields, --fieldsFile, or --headerline) specifies types; They must be in the form of '.()'. The type                                                    can be one of: auto, binary, bool, date, date_go, date_ms, date_oracle, double, int32, int64, string. For each of the date types, the argument is a datetime                                                    layout string. For the binary type, the argument can be one of: base32, base64, hex. All other types take an empty argument. Only valid for CSV and TSV imports.                                                    e.g. zipcode.string(), thumbnail.binary(base64)    ingest options:        --drop                                      drop collection before inserting documents        --ignoreBlanks                              ignore fields with empty values in CSV and TSV        --maintainInsertionOrder                    insert documents in the order of their appearance in the input source    -j, --numInsertionWorkers=              number of insert operations to run concurrently (defaults to 1) (default: 1)        --stopOnError                               stop importing at first insert/upsert error        --mode=[insert|upsert|merge]                insert: insert only. upsert: insert or replace existing documents. merge: insert or modify existing documents. defaults to insert        --upsertFields=[,]*           comma-separated fields for the query part when --mode is set to upsert or merge        --writeConcern=    write concern options e.g. --writeConcern majority, --writeConcern '{w: 3, wtimeout: 500, fsync: true, j: true}' (defaults to 'majority') (default: majority)        --bypassDocumentValidation                  bypass document validation      

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