Splunk MINT App

Splunk MINT App User Guide

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The MINT data model

The fields and tags in the MINT data model describe the events used by Splunk MINT.

Note Do not edit this data model. Any changes could impact and alter the functionality of the Splunk MINT App.

Tags used with the MINT event category

Object names Tag name Required?
All_MINT

Usage

mint YES
usage YES
All_MINT

Performance

mint YES
performance YES

Sourcetypes used with the MINT event category

Object names Display name Search
Session > Pings Sessions Starts sourcetype=mint:ping
Session > Gnips Sessions Stops sourcetype=mint:gnip
Events Events sourcetype=mint:event
Errors Errors sourcetype=mint:error
Transaction > TransactionStop Transactions Stop sourcetype=mint:trstop
Transaction > TransactionStart Transactions Start sourcetype=mint:trstart
Network_Monitoring Network Monitoring sourcetype=mint:network
View Views sourcetype=mint:view

Fields for the MINT event category

Object name Display name Field name Type Description
All_MINT App User ID uuid string A unique user identifier.
All_MINT App Version appVersionName string The app version name.
All_MINT Carrier carrier string The mobile carrier.
All_MINT City remoteIP_City string The Geo IP-derived city (calculated from RemoteIP).
All_MINT Connection Type connection string The type of connection (such as "WiFi" or "UMTA").
All_MINT Country remoteIP_Country string The Geo IP-derived country (calculated from RemoteIP).
All_MINT Current View currentView string The current view
All_MINT Device device string The mobile device type.
All_MINT Latitude remoteIP_lat number The Geo IP-derived latitude (calculated from RemoteIP).
All_MINT Locale locale string The device's locale.
All_MINT Longtitude remoteIP_lon number The Geo IP-derived longtitude (calculated from RemoteIP).
All_MINT Network State state string The connection state (such as "Connecting" or "Connected").
All_MINT Application Environment appEnvironment string The application environment ("Release", "Staging", "UserAcceptanceTesting", "Testing", "Development", or a custom string).
All_MINT OS Version osVersion string The version of the device operating system.
All_MINT Package packageName string The package or binary name of the app.
All_MINT Platform platform string The app platform ("Android", "iOS" or "WP").
All_MINT Region remoteIP_Region string The Geo IP-derived region (calculated from RemoteIP).
All_MINT Remote IP remoteIP ipv4 The remote IP address.
All_MINT User Identifier userIdentifier string The user identifier set by the developer.
All_MINT Version Code appVersionCode string The app version code.
Errors Available Memory (MB) memAppAvailable number The number of bytes currently available on the heap without expanding the heap.
Errors Error Message message string The error message.
Errors Error Origin where string The origin where the error occurred.
Errors errorHash errorHash string The error hash, which MINT creates for grouping errors.
Errors Exception Class klass string The class of the exception.
Errors Handled handled string Whether the error was handled.
Errors Max Memory (MB) memAppMax number The maximum number of bytes the heap can expand to.
Errors System Memory (MB) memSysTotal number The number of bytes in device memory.
Errors Time until crash msFromStart number The time between starting the app and the exception, in milliseconds.
Errors Used Memory (MB) memAppTotal number The number of bytes taken by the heap at its current size.
Events Event Name event_name string The event name.
Events Level level string The log level of the event: V" (Verbose), "D" (Debug), "I" (Info), "N" (Notice), "W" (Warning), "E" (Error), "C" (Critical), "A" (Alert), "E!" (Emergency).
Gnips Session Duration ses_duration number The session duration, in milliseconds.
Network_Monitoring Domain domain string The URI domain (calculated from url).
Network_Monitoring Failed failed boolean Whether the request failed.
Network_Monitoring HTTP Status Code statusCode string The HTTP response status code.
Network_Monitoring Latency latency number The network service latency.
Network_Monitoring Network Exception exception string The contents of the HTTP exception that occurred.
Network_Monitoring Path path string The URI path (calculated from url).
Network_Monitoring Request Length (bytes) requestLength number The length of the request, in bytes.
Network_Monitoring Response Length responseLength number The length of the response, in bytes.
Network_Monitoring URL url string The request URL.
Session Session Id session_id string The session ID.
Transaction Transaction Id transaction_id string The transaction ID.
Transaction Transaction Name tr_name string The transaction name.
TransactionStop Cancellation Reason cancellationReason string The user-defined reason for the transaction cancellation.
TransactionStop Failure Error ID failureErrorID string The error ID for the transaction failure.
TransactionStop Stop Reason reason string The reason for the transaction stop.
TransactionStop Transaction Duration tr_duration number The duration of the transaction, in milliseconds.
TransactionStop Transaction Status status string The transaction status (SUCCESS, FAIL, CANCEL).
View Current current string The name of the current view.
View DOM Processing Time domProcessingTime number Time, in seconds.
View Domain Lookup Time domainLookupTime number Time, in seconds.
View Elapsed Time elapsedTime number The time between two views, in milliseconds.
View Load Time loadTime number The time it took for a view to load.
View Previous previous string The name of the previous view.
View Server Time serverTime number Time, in seconds.
View View Source host string The string of the host, or "NA".
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk MINT App: 2.1.0, 2.2.0, 2.2.1


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