Review the definitions for terms used across Cloudflare’s Logs documentation.
|The process of identifying and resolving errors or issues within software applications or systems, often facilitated by analyzing log data.
|Deprecation in software development involves officially labeling a feature as outdated. While a deprecated software feature remains within the software, users are warned and encouraged to adopt alternatives. Eventually, deprecated features may be removed. This approach ensures backward compatibility and gives programmers time to update their code.
|A server located at the edge of a network, typically within a CDN, that serves content to end-users.
|An occurrence or happening that is significant and worthy of being recorded in a log.
|An HTTP request is the way Internet communications platforms such as web browsers ask for the information they need to load a website.
|A chronological record of events, actions, or transactions, typically used for tracking and troubleshooting purposes.
|A file containing a collection of log entries, usually stored in a structured or semi-structured format.
|The process of recording events, actions, or transactions in a log.
|A request is a message that is sent between a client, or web browser, to a server. Each request that has been processed through the Cloudflare network generates a record.
|A data field indicating the date and time when an event occurred, often used for sequencing and analysis.