After performing lifecycle operations in the Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS) console, such as application deployment, startup, scale-out, or scale-in, you can go to the Application Details page to check the change status or go to the Change Logs page to check historical change logs.
View change details
The following uses an example of application deployment to describe how to view application changes.
- After changing the application information, return to the Application Details page.At the top of the Application Details page, the message A change process is being executed for this application. Status: Executing appears.
- Click Click View. The Change Details page appears, on which you can view the change to the application and its real-time
- Change Summary: includes Change Process ID, Batch Number, Batch Handling, Execution Status, and Deployed By.
- Change Process Execution Information: includes each stage of the entire process and
specific jobs of each stage.
- If a job is performed on a single instance, the execution job and the result are identified by icon in each stage.
- If a job is performed on multiple instances, the execution job and result are displayed by instance in each stage.
- View the application change process and execution result.
- On the Application Metrics tab, you can view the real-time application metrics during the change, such as the average error count, response time, and number of requests on a single instance.
- On the Application Exceptions tab, you can view the real-time exception information during the change, such as queries per second (QPS).
- On the System Metrics tab, you can view the system metrics during the change, such as the CPU utilization and memory usage.
- In the Change Job Execution section, you can view the pod execution logs.
You can click View Monitoring, View Logs, and View Events to view corresponding details.
View application change logs
The Change Logs page displays all change information of the application, including Created At, Finished At, Change Type, Change Status, and Changed By.
If you want to learn more about a change record, click View in the Actions column.