Log on to the Elastic Container Instance (ECI) console console”) and select your region.
View information about each container group in the region,including:
- Container group ID and name. Each container group has a unique ID, but multiple container groups can use the same name.
- Container group state. Click here to see all of the states of a container group in the entire lifecycle. Only the container groups in the Running state are functioning properly.
- The number of vCPUs and memory size. The number of vCPUs and memory size for each container group are factors used for billing the container group.
- Network and security group information, including the mounted EIPs.
- Restart policy. The default value is Always, which indicates that containers in the group restart automatically after exit.
- Creation and end times.
- Actions that can be performed, including Delete and Restart.
View information about a specified container group,including:
- Container information, including the name, status, vCPUs, and memory size of each container.
- Volumes mounted to the container group.
- (Important) Event information. Events are system logs that are recorded during the starting and stopping of the container group and the containers in the group. When a container group is not working properly, you can view the events of the container group to obtain information about system starting and stopping.
- Logs of services in the containers. These logs are generated by service processes in the containers after the container group and containers start.
- Remote connection window. You can use the exec feature to debug containers in this window.
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