After you perform lifecycle operations on applications in the Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS) console, you can go to the Application Details page to check the change status or go to the Change Logs page to check the change logs. Application lifecycle operations include the deployment, startup, scale-out, and scale-in of applications.
View change details
This topic uses an example of application deployment to describe how to view application changes.
- After you perform a change operation on an application, return to the application
details page. At the top of the application details page, the following message appears: A change process is ongoing for this application. The application is in Executing state.
- Click View Details to go to the Change Details page. On this page, you can view the change information and the real-time status
of the application.
- Change summary information: includes the change process ID, the execution status, and the change type.
- Information about change process execution: includes each stage of the entire process
and the specific tasks at each stage.
- If a task is executed on a single instance, icons are used to mark the tasks and the execution results in each stage.
- If a task is executed on multiple instances, the executed tasks and the execution results are displayed by instance in each stage.
- In the left part of the change process execution section, click a stage below Batch x Change, and then click an instance IP address on the right side. Then, you can view the task execution status of the instance in this stage.
- Click a task to view the task execution logs. The system automatically unfolds the logs for failed tasks. For information about how to handle exceptions, see How do I troubleshoot issues in a change process?.
View application change records
- In the left-side navigation pane of the application details page, click Change Records to view all change records of this application.
- In the Actions column, click View to view the change details and the details of each operation.