You can call this operation to query the number of events related to a service that occurred in a specified period in time.

The number of events related to the specified service is returned.

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Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description 
Action String Yes DescribeSystemEventCount

The operation that you want to perform. Set the value to DescribeSystemEventCount.

EndTime String No 1552220485596

The end time. It is the time that has passed since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970. Unit: millisecond.

EventType String No Exception

The type of the event. The available event types vary with service. Call DescribeSystemEventMetaList to obtain the available event types of each service.

GroupId String No 12345

The ID of the application group.

Level String No warn

The level of the event. Valid values: CRITICAL, WARN, and INFO.

Name String No BucketIngressBandwidth

The name of the event.

Product String No oss

The abbreviation of the service name. Call DescribeSystemEventMetaList to obtain the names of services for which system event monitoring is enabled.

SearchKeywords String No cms

The expression of keywords in the event content. Logical operators AND and OR are supported.

  • a and b: searches for results that contain both a and b in the event content.
  • a or b: searches for results that contain either a or b in the event content.
StartTime String No 1552209685596

The start time. It is the time that has passed since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970. Unit: millisecond.

Status String No normal

The status of the event. Multiple states must be separated with commas (,).

Call DescribeSystemEventMetaList to obtain information about the services for which system event monitoring is enabled. The returned information includes the service name, event name, event level, and event status.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description 
Code String 200

The status code. A value of 200 indicates that the call is successful.

Message String success

The error message.

RequestId String 60912C8D-B340-4253-ADE7-61ACDFD25CFC

The request ID for troubleshooting.

Success String true

Indicates whether the call is successful. A value of true indicates that the call is successful. A value of false indicates that the call has failed.

SystemEventCounts

The details of event quantity.

  └Content String xxxx

The content.

  └GroupId String 123456

The ID of the application group.

  └InstanceName String instanceId1

The ID of the instance.

  └Level String Warn

The level of the event. Valid values: CRITICAL, WARN, and INFO.

  └Name String Agent_Status_Stopped

The name of the event.

  └Num Long 2

The number of events.

  └Product String ECS

The abbreviation of the service name.

  └RegionId String cn-hangzhou

The region.

  └ResourceId String xxxxx-1

The ID of the resource.

  └Status String normal

The status of the event.

  └Time Long 1552199984000

The time when the event occurred.

Examples

Sample requests


http(s)://[Endpoint]/? Action=DescribeSystemEventCount
&<Common request parameters>

Successful response examples

XML format

<DescribeSystemEventCountResponse>
  <Message>userId:1****|select product, name, count(product) as num group by product,name order by product, name</Message>
  <RequestId>4555773F-769B-4960-87E6-16009E5A4844</RequestId>
  <Data>[{"product":"CloudMonitor","time":"1552199984000","num":"1","name":"Agent_Status_Stopped"},{"product":"OSS","time":"1552199984000","num":"4","name":"UserEgressBandwidth"}]</Data> 
  <Code>200</Code>
  <Success>true</Success> 
</DescribeSystemEventCountResponse>

JSON format

{
	"Data":"[{\"product\":\"CloudMonitor\",\"time\":\"1552199984000\",\"num\":\"1\",\"name\":\"Agent_Status_Stopped\"},{\"product\":\"OSS\",\"time\":\"1552199984000\",\"num\":\"4\",\"name\":\"UserEgressBandwidth\"}]",
	"Message":"userId:1****|select product, name, count(product) as num group by product,name order by product, name",
	"RequestId":"4555773F-769B-4960-87E6-16009E5A4844",
	"Success":true,
	"Code":"200"
}

Error codes

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