Absrtact: active operation and maintenance fills in new functions. All events are displayed on the page. You can view your instance and the historical system events of the disk, which helps you have a more comprehensive and clear control of resources.
A few months ago, we launched a new function: make your operation and maintenance more predictable (I) – ECS system events support user self-service restart and appointment operations https://yq.aliyun.com/article. With this function, when the physical machine hardware where your cloud server is located may have security risks and need to be migrated, you can decide the time to solve the problem by yourself, so that you can feel the steadiness of controlling the situation. Now, this function has been enhanced to give you a more comprehensive understanding of the health status of your instance resources.
All events of active operation and maintenance
You may have noticed that there is an option for all events on the ECS console event page
Just like the events to be processed, we still use region as the classification for all events. Click the region name to view the system events of instances and disks in each region.
Instance tab page
Let me start by saying what you will see in the instance list of all events page of system events:
There are three types of events:
Event type type description
System plan event triggered by system maintenance instance restart due to planned maintenance or active operation and maintenance
Unexpected system event triggered by system error, instance restart, host software and hardware failure, etc
Instance restart due to instance error unexpected system event caused by system crash due to internal error of operating system
Because of the system maintenance instance restart type, you can freely control the events you see on the page to be processed.
In this page, you can filter the event type and event life cycle according to the header filter provided by us, and see the instance you want to view.
Disk tab page
Let’s take a look at the information that the disk page can present to you (the disk here only refers to the cloud disk):
We can see the state of the cloud disk
The types of disk events are shown here
In addition, we also provide quick links to the events to be processed page and help documents.
Through this page, you can have a very intuitive understanding of your instance and the health of the disk. Not only the resources that are currently in question, but also the resources that were in question and the time to solve them can be seen intuitively. Do you have a more comprehensive control over your resources?