Open the Error Reporting page in the Cloud Platform Console. A list of the most frequently occurring errors is displayed.
Errors are grouped and de-duplicated by analysing their stack traces. Our system knows about the common frameworks used for your language and groups errors accordingly. Each error entry provides a summary that helps you determine when the application started to produce the error, how often it occurred, and how recently it occurred.
You can filter, sort and see additional details about errors, as well as restrict the errors that appear in the list to a specific time range.
Error Reporting samples up to 1000 errors per hour. When this limit is reached, the displayed counts are probabilistically extrapolated. If too many events are received for the whole day, Error Reporting can sample to 100 errors per hour and continue to extrapolate the counts.
Tip: We recommend that you treat this table like an email inbox. Keep it clean by fixing underlying errors, and/or muting those errors that are expected and recurring.
The list contains the following information:
|Occurrences||The number of times this error has occurred in the selected time range.|
|Users||The number of users affected by this error in the selected time range. The column is hidden if no user information is available.|
|Error||Provides the error information, as extracted from the error's stack trace. The error message and its code location are displayed. If your code is available in Cloud Source Repositories, clicking the code location brings you to your source.|
|Seen in||Lists the service and version in which the error is occurring.|
|First seen||The time at which this error first appeared. Sorting on this column is useful for finding the errors which have most recently started occurring.|
|Last seen||The time at which this error last occurred. Sorting on this column is useful for seeing which errors are still occurring; you can also reverse sort to see which have stopped.|
|Status||The HTTP status code returned with this error.|
You can use the Filter errors text field to filter the list of displayed errors. This field supports text matching on the error message and exception stack, as well as filtering by the following attributes:
- request URL
- report location (i.e. location where the error was logged)
- HTTP method
- HTTP status code
Other actions available from this page are:
View error details: To view details about an error, click its row in the error list. Read Error Details for information about the details page.
Mute: Hide this error from the Error Reporting list. Use this action to hide unimportant errors. Muted errors will not appear in the list, even if they continue to occur. You can view your muted errors (and unmute them if desired) by clicking Manage muted errors from the menu at the top-right of the page:
Link to issue / View issue: These options are accessed from the bug icon next to each row in the list. If the error has been associated with an issue in your issue tracker system, this will open that link in a new tab. You can also provide a link to an issue if one doesn't already exist:
Auto reload: Reloads the list every 10 seconds.
Receive notifications: Subscribe to email notifications of new errors.