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In the left-side navigation pane, clickRule Management".

The first time you enter the page list is empty, after you have created a rule, you can see all your rules in this list. You can filter data based on the compliance status or running status of rules.

On the rule list page, you can view the basic information of the rule, including the "compliance assessment status" and "rule status ".

Compliance Assessment

This column indicates the current execution status of the rule. It has four statuses:

Status value Description
Regulatory compliance Indicates that the historical evaluation results of this rule are "compliant ".
Resource non-compliance (N) It indicates that N resources in the historical evaluation of this rule are not compliant. Go to the rule details page to check which resources are not compliant.
Insufficient Data It indicates that the rule has not been triggered yet, and therefore it cannot be judged whether it is compliant or not.
N/A This status has a wide range. It means that the rule has been triggered and executed, but the configuration audit has not obtained the expected evaluation results. It can be considered as a mark indicating that the rule execution is abnormal.

Rule status

This column indicates the running status of the rule itself. There are five statuses:

Status value Description
Application in progress Indicates that the rule is currently listening and will be evaluated once the related configuration changes occur. If you want to retain the rule configuration while suspending the compliance audit, you can find the corresponding rule entry behind the rule entry on the rule management list page, choose More> stop rule to change the status of the rule to disabled.
Assessment in progress Indicates that the rule has been triggered and is being evaluated.
Deleting evaluation results With audit, you can delete the evaluation results of a rule so that you can clear test data before the formal compliance monitoring starts.
Disabled Indicates that the rule is currently in the stopped listening state. Although the rule configuration still exists, it will never be triggered. On the rule management list page, find the corresponding rule entry and click More> Enable rule to re-enter the "application" status.
The instance is being deleted. Indicates that the rule has been deleted and is being deleted.