Monitoring and Alarming
Last updated: 2019-08-20 16:46:23PDF
COS statistics such as read and write requests and traffic are collected and displayed based on Cloud Monitor. You can view detailed monitoring data of COS in the Cloud Monitor Console.
This document mainly describes how statistics are displayed in the COS Console. For more information on how to use Cloud Monitor APIs to get more detailed information, see Cloud Monitoring product documentation.
Cloud Monitor provides the following entries for COS to implement monitoring and alarming.
|Monitoring overview||Displays the current status of the product||Provides product overview, alarm overview, and overall monitoring information|
|Alarm management||Supports alarm management and configuration||Supports creating COS alarm policies, customizing messages, and configuring trigger templates|
|Monitoring platform||Monitors traffic and displays data of user-defined monitoring metrics||Displays your overall bandwidth information and allows you to pre-define monitoring metrics and reported data|
|Cloud product monitoring||Displays the COS bucket monitoring view||Queries the current monitoring views and data such as read and write requests and traffic in each bucket|
- Daily management: The running status of COS can be viewed in real time by logging in to the Cloud Monitor Console.
- Troubleshooting: Alarm notifications will be sent when a monitoring metric reaches the alarm threshold, allowing you to quickly receive notifications for exceptions, analyze their causes, and fix them in a timely manner.
Viewing in the Console
You can view the monitoring data of COS by logging in to the Cloud Monitor Console.
Calling Through APIs
You can view the monitoring data of COS by calling the corresponding APIs.
|std_storage||Standard storage - storage capacity||MB|
|sia_storage||Standard_IA storage - storage capacity||MB|
|nel_storage||Nearline Storage - storage capacity||MB|
|arc_storage||Archive storage - storage capacity||MB|
|internet_traffic||Public network traffic||B|
|internal_traffic||Private network traffic||B|
|cdn_origin_traffic||CDN origin-pull traffic||B|
|std_retrieval||Standard data reads||B|
|sia_retrieval||Standard_IA data reads||B|
|nel_retrieval||Nearline data reads||B|
|std_read_requests||Standard storage read requests||/|
|std_write_requests||Standard storage write requests||/|
|ia_read_requests||Standard_IA storage read requests||/|
|ia_write_requests||Standard_IA storage write requests||/|
|nl_read_requests||Nearline storage read requests||/|
|nl_write_requests||Nearline storage write requests||/|
|2xx_response||2xx status codes||/|
|3xx_response||3xx status codes||/|
|4xx_response||4xx status codes||/|
|5xx_response||5xx status codes||/|
- Monitoring interval: Cloud Monitor supports multiple statistical intervals for data monitoring, such as real time, past 24 hours, past 7 days, and custom data range, with time granularities of 1 minute or 5 minutes.
- Data retention: Monitoring data with 1-minute, 5-minute, and 1-hour granularity is retained for 31 days, while monitoring data with 1-day granularity is retained for half a year.
- Alarm display: Cloud Monitor integrates the monitoring data of COS and displays the data entries in intuitive graphs, making it easier for you to stay informed of the overall operations.
- Alarm setting: Metric thresholds can be set, so that when a monitoring metric triggers an alarm, Cloud Monitor can send alarm notifications to concerned groups in a timely manner. For more information, see Creating an Alarm.