Fetch audit events from Cloudera Manager (CM) and CM managed services like HDFS, HBase, Impala, Hive, and Sentry.
By default, this call will fetch the first 100 audit events (sorted from most recent to oldest) corresponding to a 1 day window based on provided end time (which defaults to the current CM server time). The startTime and endTime parameters can be used to control the window being queried.
Audit events for CM managed services are only retrieved if Cloudera Navigator server is running.
|endTime||query||End of the period to query in ISO 8601 format (defaults to current time).||now|
|maxResults||query||Maximum number of audits to return||100|
|query||query||The query to filter out audits in the system. It accepts
querying the intersection of a list of constraints,
joined together with semicolons (without spaces). For example:
The only supported operator is ";" (Boolean AND). Boolean OR is not supported.
The supported comparators are == and != Note that "LIKE" comparison is supported using the wild card syntax, for example foo==*value*. Asterisk is interpreted as a wild card character and must not be part of the value. (LIKE comparison queries are converted to standard SQL LIKE syntax, so any % (%25) character in a value that also contains a wild card will be interpreted as a wild card.)Available since API v8. A subset of these features is available since v4.
|resultOffset||query||Offset of audits to return||0|
|startTime||query||Start of the period to query in ISO 8601 format (defaults to 1 day ago relative to endTime).||n/a|
|media type||data type||description|
|application/json||ApiAuditList (JSON)||List of audits in descending order of timestamp|