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How to read the history of events (Liveview)?
Posted by on 05.09.2012 11:06

The history of the events allows you to track and view all actions performed on your Oktawave account  - both those that you initiated personally, as well as those performed automatically. Thanks to the information provided in the history nothing will slip your mind and you'll always be able to find the data you need.



The history of events is at the Liveview link, which is always placed on top of the Oktawave panel.



When you click the link you will see three lists: Service View, Event Logs and Infrastructure View.

In the Event Logs section you can check current operations - you can see notifications about the actions, which are in progress, as in the screenshot below, which shows the progress of creating the database. You will also find information about the object, which relates to the operation, the date of its commencement, the name of the user who initiated it, status and date of completion (if completed). For example, the screenshot below shows the progress of creation of a logical database in the database instance ORDB DB_10. The process has already performed 15%, was launched on April 8th, 2013 at 12:41 by the user Pawel G.



Below is a history of already completed operations on instances. Their view makes it easy to filter the results by Action type.



Next to the names of certain actions you can see a "cloud". When you move the cursor to it, it displays detailed information.



As we described it in our Help section „How to get to the OCI instance console through a browser and VNC?“, in order display access data to the console, you need to create it yourself in a panel of a selected instance (Oktawave | Services | OCI | instance name).


Access data is visible only when you click the blue plus in on the left side of the list.

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