|Search||Number of keywords||The maximum number of keywords that can be associated with Boolean logical operators for querying words is 30.||Example: "a and b or c and d...".|
|Field size||The maximum size of a field value is 10 KB. The excess part is not queried.||If the size of a field value is greater than 10 KB, log data may fail to be retrieved through the keyword, but the data is not lost.|
|Concurrent queries in a project||The maximum number of concurrent queries in a single project is 100.||N/A|
|Number of returned log entries||By default, a maximum of 100 log entries are returned for each query.||The returned log entries are displayed in multiple pages.|
|Log entry display||A maximum of 10,000 characters in a field value can be split by using delimiters due to browser performance limits.||If a field value in a log entry contains more than 10,000 characters, the console prompts "The log contains log data of more than 10,000 characters, and some display will be downgraded".|
|Fuzzy match||A maximum of 100 log entries that meet the fuzzy match condition are returned.||N/A|
|Query result sorting||By default, query results are displayed from the latest generated log entries with the time accurate to the minute.||N/A|
|Analytics||Field size||The maximum size of a field value is 2 KB. The excess part is not analyzed.||If the size ohaod f a field value is greater than 2 KB, log data may fail to be retrieved, but the data is not lost.|
|Concurrent queries in a project||The maximum number of concurrent queries in a single project is 15.||N/A|
|Number of returned log entries||
|Field size||The maximum size of a field name in a analysis statement is 2 KB.||The excess part is not analyzed.|
|Precision of the double data type||Data of the double type can have a maximum precision of 52 digits after the decimal point. If the number of digits after the decimal point is greater than 52, the precision is affected.||For example, 0.1 + 0.2 is expressed as 0.30000000000000004. We recommend that you use round (0.1+0.2,2) to obtain a value with a precision of 2.|
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