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Viewing Tracing Records

Updated at: Mar 17, 2020 GMT+08:00


After CTS is enabled, it starts recording operations on cloud resources. The CTS management console stores the last seven days of operation records.

This section describes how to query the operation records of last 7 days on the CTS console.


  1. Log in to the management console.
  2. Click Service List. Under Management & Deployment, click Cloud Trace Service.
  3. Choose Trace List in the navigation pane on the left.
  4. Click Filter and specify filter criteria as needed. The following four filters are available:

    • Trace Source, Resource Type, and Search By

      Select a filter from the drop-down list.

      When you select Trace name for Search By, you also need to select a specific trace name.

      When you select Resource ID for Search By, you also need to select or enter a specific resource ID.

      When you select Resource name for Search By, you also need to select or enter a specific resource name.

    • Operator: Select a specific operator (a user rather than a tenant).
    • Trace Status: Available options include All trace statuses, normal, warning, and incident. You can only select one of them.
    • Start time and end time: You can specify a time period for querying traces.

  5. Click on the left of the target record to expand its details.
  6. Click View Trace in the Operation column. A dialog box is displayed, on which the trace structure details are displayed.

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