This page explains how Certificate Manager logs various types of information about its operation and how to view that information.
To view Certificate Manager logs, use the Logs Explorer in the Cloud console.
Certificate Manager uses Cloud Logging to capture and
store logs. Certificate Manager logging is always enabled and
only captures a minimal amount of information specifically related to
certificate expiration. The Certificate Manager resource type
You can also capture and retrieve Certificate Manager logs using Cloud Logging. See the documentation for Cloud Logging client libraries for information on how to configure this logging mechanism.
This section lists the metrics supported by Certificate Manager. To view Certificate Manager metrics, use the Metrics Explorer in the Cloud console.
Certificate Manager writes the following standard Cloud Monitoring API metrics:
||Cumulative count of completed requests. The following labels apply:
||Distribution of latencies for non-streaming requests.|
||Distribution of request sizes. Request size is recorded when a request completes.|
||Distribution of response sizes. Response size is recorded when a request completes.|
Additionally, Certificate Manager writes the following custom metrics using the Cloud Monitoring API:
||Number of certificates provisioned within the target Cloud project. The following labels apply:
||Number of certificate map entries provisioned within the target Cloud project. The following labels apply:
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