Log management

Last updated:2020-08-21 18:14:29

1. How can I enable logging?

2. When can I see the log information of the day?

3. What fields does a user log message have?


1. How can I enable logging?
  1. Log in to the KS3 management console, choose Object Storage, and select the target bucket.
  2. Choose Bucket Settings > Log Status Settings and select Open. Select the log storage location and click Save. For management convenience, save logs to a separate bucket. For more information, see Log settings.
2. When can I see the log information of the day?

The log delay time is one day. You can see the log information of a day in the afternoon of the next day.

3. What fields does a user log message have?
Field Example Remarks
bucket_owner NzM0MDEzMzI= Base64 encoded user ID.
bucket bucket_test Bucket name.
time [11/Jan/2016:15:05:35 +0800] Time.
remote_ip 219.141.176.229 Request IP address.
requester Anonymous If the requester is anonymous, the value is Anonymous.
If the requester is a primary account user, the value is the Base64 encoded user ID.
If the requester is a sub-user, the value is the Base64 encoded user ID/sub-user name.
request_id 1e6ac821e4904e4ca21d3a9e0ce52e25 Request ID.
operation REST.POST.OBJECT Operation, which is Post Object in the example.
key - Object Key
request_uri “POST /chenjin.jpg HTTP/1.1” Requested URL.
http_status 200 Request status code.
error_code - Error code.
bytes_sent 461 Number of bytes sent.
object_size 139008
total_time 2 Total request time in seconds, accurate to milliseconds.
turn_around_time 2 Round trip time from Nginx to API server in seconds, accurate to milliseconds.
referer http://ks3.ksyun.com/console.html Referer of the request
user_agent “Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_5) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/45.0.2454.101 Safari/537.36” User agent
version_id - Version ID. This field is not used currently.
storageclass Standard Storage class of the accessed resource.
usertype - Use type. For a common user, this field displays nothing. For a CDN user, this field displays kc.
nginx_port 80 Nginx port list, which contains 8000 and 4433 for an internal access and contains 80 for an external access.

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