Filter and Search Events
The events feed can be filtered in multiple ways, to drill down into the environment’s history and refine the events displayed. The feed can be filtered by severity, type, and/or status. Examples of each are shown below.
The example below shows only high and medium severity events:
The example below shows only Kubernetes events:
The example below shows only events that are Acknowledged:
The Acknowledged label is a purely visual marker, and does not reflect the current state (triggered/resolved) of the event. By default, all events are Unacknowledged.
The example below shows medium severity Alert events that remain Triggered, but have been acknowledged:
In conjunction with filters, the event feed can be searched by using the search field on the top bar:
The search terms are used in a fulltext search across the following event fields:
- Tag Values
Additionally, for Alert Events, the following fields are included in the full text search:
- Alert Condition
- Alert State
- Alert Threshold
- Alert Type
- Alert Notification Title
Event search supports the following operators:
+signifies AND operation (all the terms have to be in the document)
|signifies OR operation
-negates a single term
"wraps a number of terms to signify a phrase for searching
*at the end of a term signifies a prefix query
The default operator binding together the search terms is OR. Implications of this are shown in the examples.
Container Killed: Match the events containing any search term (
Killed) because the default operator is OR.
Container + Killed: Match the events containing all search terms (
"Container Killed": Match the events containing the exact phrase
Cont*: Match the events containing any term starting with
"Container + (Killed | Starting)": Match the events containing either the two terms
Killed or the two terms
Container -Killed: Match the events that either contain the term
Container or do not contain the term
Killed. The default operator here is OR.
Container +-Killed: Match the events that contain the term
Container but do not contain the term
Killed. The query overrides the default OR operator by using an explicit
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