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Viewing Tracing Events


After CTS is enabled, operations on cloud resources are recorded. You can view the operation records of the last 7 days on the CTS console.

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

Before using CTS, you need to enable it. For details, see Enabling CTS.


  1. Log in to the management console.
  2. In the upper left corner of the page, click and choose Management & Governance > Cloud Trace Service.
  3. Choose Trace List in the navigation pane on the left.
  4. Filter conditions to query traces. The details are described as follows:

    • Trace Type, Trace Source, Resource Type, and Search By: Select a filter from the drop-down list.

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

    • Operator: Select a specific operator from the drop-down list.
    • Trace Status: Available options include All trace statuses, Normal, Warning, and Incident. You can only select one of them.
    • In the upper right corner of the page, you can specify a time range for querying traces.

  5. Select the search criteria, and click Query.
  6. Click on the left of the required trace to expand its details.
  7. Click View Trace in the Operation column. On the displayed dialog box, the trace structure details are displayed.
  8. Click Export on the right. CTS exports traces collected in the past seven days to a CSV file. The CSV file contains all information related to traces on the management console.

    For details about key fields in the trace structure, see sections "Trace Structure" and "Trace Examples" in the Cloud Trace Service User Guide.

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