Filename format

The files are stored in a directory structure that indicates the date and time the file was delivered to the archive data.

The main path follows this format:


Each file has the following name:


The files include the following fields:




The region where the environment is located.


Cloud ID of the environment.


This field must be output.


This field is only used by the output category and contains alerts or archives files.


The year when the file was delivered.


The month when the file was delivered.


The day when the file was delivered.


Digits of the year, month, day, hour, and minute when the file was delivered. Hours are in 24-hour format and in UTC. A log file delivered at a specific time can contain records written at any point before that time.


The 16-character UniqueString component of the file name prevents overwriting files. It has no meaning and log processing software should ignore it.


It is the encoding of the file. This field is json.gz for output files, which is a JSON text file in compressed gzip format, and tar.gz for configuration files.