avn events command is an audit log of things that have happened in a particular project, including:
timestamp of when the event occurred
which user performed the action (email address of the user, or “Aiven Automation” where it was an automatic change)
the type of event, such as
service_master_promotion(this is not an exhaustive list and new event types are added from time to time
the name of the service affected
a more detailed description of the event
An example of events output (note that the newest event is shown first):
TIME ACTOR EVENT_TYPE SERVICE_NAME EVENT_DESC ==================== ======================= ======================== ============== ============================================================================================== 2021-08-10T13:38:23Z [email protected] service_update demo-pg Reset service user password 2021-08-10T13:38:22Z [email protected] service_update demo-kafka Reset service user password 2021-08-10T13:37:21Z Aiven Automation service_master_promotion demo-pg Promoted demo-pg-1 to be the new master in service demo-pg. 2021-08-10T13:35:39Z [email protected] service_create demo-pg Created 'pg' service 'demo-pg' with plan 'business-4' in cloud 'google-europe-west3' 2021-08-10T13:35:22Z [email protected] service_create demo-kafka Created 'kafka' service 'demo-kafka' with plan 'business-4' in cloud 'google-europe-west3'
Information about the events that have occurred in a project.
Lists instance or integration creation, deletion or modification events.
The project to fetch details for
Example: Show the recent events of the currently selected project.
Example: Show the most recent 10 events of a named project.
avn events -n 10 --project my-project