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View container groups

Last Updated: Aug 29, 2019
  1. Log on to the Elastic Container Instance (ECI) console console”) and select your region.portal-14 describe region

  2. View information about each container group in the region,including:

      1. Container group ID and name. Each container group has a unique ID, but multiple container groups can use the same name.
      1. 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.
      1. 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.
      1. Network and security group information, including the mounted EIPs.
      1. Restart policy. The default value is Always, which indicates that containers in the group restart automatically after exit.
      1. Creation and end times.
      1. Actions that can be performed, including Delete and Restart.portal-14 ecis
  3. 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.portal-14 describe container