Review recent events

Sections

View a list of recent events and drill down to see useful information about each one.

  1. On the sidebar, click Recent events.

    The Recent events page provides a quick glance at the status of each event, organized by the type of event, and sorted by the date and time of when each event succeeded or failed.

  2. To view the details of an event, click the event name.

    The Event details page provides detailed information about the specific event, organized by the status of the event, and sorted by the date and time of when the event completed.

Discovery events

The Recent events page provides the following information about each discovery run which, by default, occurs every 4 hours.

Event detailDescription
Total jobsTotal number of jobs relating to the discovery event. Each discovery event has two jobs:
  • Discover the node.

  • Discover resources on the node.

FailedTotal number of failed jobs.
StatusThe event status.
StartedDate and time the discovery run started.
StatusThe job status:
  • Succeeded

  • Failed

  • Pending

  • Running

SourceYour configured source: vulnerability scanner or infrastructure source.
Job detailsThe number of facets discovered. Each facet represents a set of related attributes, each one independently maintained, that describe a certain aspect of a discovered resource; node, package, or container.
Completion timeThe time the discovery run completed.

Tasks events

The Task event page provides the following information about the task that was ran on nodes.

Event detailDescription
Total jobsTotal number of jobs relating to the task event. Each task event has two jobs:
  • Run task on node.

  • Discover resources on the node.

FailedTotal number of failed jobs.
StatusThe event status.
StartedDate and time the event started.
StatusThe job status:
  • Succeeded

  • Failed

  • Pending

  • Running

SourceYour configured source: vulnerability scanner or infrastructure source.
Job detailsThe command output from running the task and the number of facets discovered. Each facet represents a set of related attributes, each one independently maintained, that describe a certain aspect of a discovered resource; node, package, or container.
Completion timeThe time the task completed.
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