Quota Log File Format

Quota log messages are aggregated for a period of time and then written when the warn threshold or limit of a quota is exceeded the next time. The code location of the most recent event is written to the log file. The code locations of the aggregated events are not exposed.

Quota log files show information about the location where a quota warn threshold or limit was exceeded. This includes information about site name, job name, and top pipeline name. Additional information about the executed pipelet, script, pipeline node and template might also appear.

Quota log files use this general format:

This format produces log entries such as the following:

[2012-05-23 13:00:22.577 GMT] [RequestHandlerServlet|14320460|Sites-SiteGenesis-Site|Product-Show|
PipelineCall|pRLNN0PXCp7rqIClq7IcPUvuEEjtkOWUAMBdUWhniPRFlV4Xvim3HwhDw96bRZ7e5BUxhnkC2ExrVYZVBFLJtw==]
Quota api.jsStringLength (enforced, warn 600000, limit 1000000): warn threshold exceeded 1 time(s),
max actual was 600010, current location: request/site Sites-SiteGenesis-Site/top pipeline Product-Show/
interaction node/template refapp.default_.CustomDisplay

This is the timestamp:

[2012-05-23 13:00:22.577 GMT]

This is the internal reference:

[RequestHandlerServlet|14320460|Sites-SiteGenesis-Site|Product-Show|PipelineCall|
 pRLNN0PXCp7rqIClq7IcPUvuEEjtkOWUAMBdUWhniPRFlV4Xvim3HwhDw96bRZ7e5BUxhnkC2ExrVYZVBFLJtw==]

This is the message:

Quota api.jsStringLength (enforced, warn 600000, limit 1000000): warn threshold exceeded 1 time(s),
max actual was 600010, current location: request/site Sites-SiteGenesis-Site/top pipeline
Product-Show/interaction node/template refapp.default_.CustomDisplay

The message contains details that will help you identify problems. You can see:

Note: Read-only quotas don't have warn threshold or limit, for example, Quota [email protected] (enforced).

Related Links

Understanding Log Files

Governance and Quotas

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