Cloud DNS records managed zone updates that you make (modifying descriptions or configuring DNSSEC state) as operations. Managed zone creation and deletion are not recorded; deletion of a managed zone also deletes recorded operations on the zone.
These operations are independent of
changes that you make to the resources
within the managed zone. You can use the
gcloud command-line tool or the REST API to see
the history of these updates.
Display audit log of operations
Run the following command:
gcloud dns operations list --zones="ZONE_NAME"
ZONE_NAME with the name of a DNS zone in
This command prints the JSON formatted resource record sets for the first 100 records. You can specify an additional parameter:
--limit: maximum number of operations to list
from apiclient import errors from apiclient.discovery import build PROJECT_NAME='PROJECT_NAME' ZONE_NAME='ZONE_NAME' try: service = build('dns', 'v1') response = service.operations().list(project=PROJECT_NAME, managedZone=ZONE_NAME).execute() print(response) except errors.HttpError, error: print('An error occurred: %s' % error)
Replace the following:
PROJECT_NAME: the name of your project
ZONE_NAME: the name of a DNS zone in your project
- To create, update, list, and delete managed zones, see Manage zones.
- To find solutions for common issues that you might encounter when using Cloud DNS, see Troubleshoot.
- To get an overview of Cloud DNS, see Cloud DNS overview.
- For the Cloud DNS command-line, see the
gcloudcommand-line tool documentation.