What is Cloud-Trace

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Cloud Trace Service (CTS) provides records of operations on cloud service resources. With CTS, you can query, audit, and backtrack operations.

CTS provides four types of operation records:
Operations performed on the ServiceCenter tenant portal.
Operations for applying for or deleting cloud resources, for example, applying for or deleting an ECS, or creating or modifying an image.
Operations performed by supporting APIs, for example, creating, modifying, querying or deleting a tracker, or querying the trace list.
Operations triggered by cloud services, for example, an EIP is assigned to the Elastic Computing Service (ECS) when it is being created.
On the ServiceCenter tenant portal, you can query operation records for the last seven days. To track operations over a longer period, you can enable the Object Storage Service (OBS) and deliver operation records to OBS buckets for storage in real time.

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What is Cloud-Trace
Cloud Trace Service (CTS) provides records of operations on cloud service resources. With CTS, you can query, audit, and backtrack operations. CTS provides four types of operation records: Operations performed on the ServiceCenter tenant portal. Operations for applying for or deleting cloud resources, for example, applying for or deleting an ECS, or creating or modifying an image. Operations performed by supporting APIs, for example, creating, modifying, querying or deleting a tracker, or querying the trace list. Operations triggered by cloud services, for example, an EIP is assigned to the Elastic Computing Service (ECS) when it is being created. On the ServiceCenter tenant portal, you can query operation records for the last seven days. To track operations over a longer period, you can enable the Object Storage Service (OBS) and deliver operation records to OBS buckets for storage in real time.

Does Enabling CTS Affect the Performance of Other Cloud Resources?

Enabling CTS will not affect the performance of other cloud resources.


What is the relationship between cloud audit and other cloud services
The associated service collects the operations, such as adding, modifying, and deleting, performed by users on cloud resources and reports them to CTS in a special structure and format. If you have enabled Object Storage Service (OBS), the information reported to CTS will be transferred to OBS buckets. For example, if you create an image in the IMS service, the IMS service will report the image creation (a trace) to CTS which will then deliver the trace to the OBS bucket for storage if the OBS service is enabled. You can view a trace file on the trace list by CTS.

Why Is the Resource ID of Some Traces in the Trace List a Hyperlink?

After you click Resource ID of a trace, a page that shows details of the cloud resource is displayed. Currently, only some operation records of ECS, EVS, VBS, IMS, AS, CES, and VPC can be recorded, and more operation records will be supported in the future.


What Are the Restrictions on Unbinding a Cloud Hard Disk from a Cloud Host on ServiceCenter
【Product�? ManageOne ServiceCenter 【Version�? 3.0.7 【Question�? What are the restrictions on unbinding a cloud hard disk from a cloud host on ServiceCenter? 【Answer�? Check whether any VM snapshot or disk snapshot has been created for the cloud host. If a snapshot has been created for the cloud host, the cloud hard disk cannot be unbound from the cloud host. Delete thee cloud host snapshot and unbind the cloud hard disk from the cloud host. ----End

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