On the Event List page, you can set filter conditions to view alert events.
Go to the Event List page
- Log on to the EDAS console.
- On the Applications page, select EDAS Kubernetes Cluster or Container Service or Serverless Kubernetes Cluster from the Cluster Type drop-down list. Then, click the name of the application whose alert events you want to view.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose .
Event List page
The alert events for which alerts can or cannot be triggered are displayed on the Event List page. You can view details of an alert event such as the name, notification policy, the time when the alert event is generated, number of events with the same name, the status of the alert event, the object that is involved in the alert event, and the type of the object.
On the Event List page, you can perform the following operations:
- Set filter conditions and click Search to view corresponding alert events.
Note Turn on More. Then, you can set more filter conditions.
Parameter Description Event Name The name of the alert event. Event Status The status of events. Valid values:
- Not Resolved: The alert event is continuously triggered.
- Silent: If the name and level of an alert event are the same as those of the first alert event triggered within the specified time period for automatic recovery of alert events. The alert event is in the quiescent state.
- Recovered: The alert event is no longer triggered in the specified time period.
More Event Object The name of the task or cluster that is monitored. Object Type The type of the object that triggers the alert event, including browser monitoring, application monitoring, and Prometheus monitoring.
- Click the name of an event to view the details of the event. For more information, see Event details.
- Click Send a test event in the upper-right corner of the page. In the dialog box that appears, set the integration name and event content to send an alert event to the specified integration.
The Event details panel displays the basic information, monitoring data, and extended fields of an event.
- In the upper-right corner of the Monitoring data section, set the time range to 6 hours, 12 hours, or 1 day. Then, the line chart displays monitoring data in the specified time range before and after the point in time when the alert was generated.
- Use the mouse to select a time range to view monitoring data in the specified time range. Click Reset to restore the line chart.