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엔터프라이즈의 감사 로그 정보

디버깅 및 내부 및 외부 규정 준수를 지원하기 위해 GitHub Enterprise Cloud은 감사된 사용자, 조직, 리포지토리 이벤트의 로그를 제공합니다.

About audit logs

The audit log lists events triggered by activities that affect your enterprise within the current month and up to the previous six months. The audit log retains Git events for seven days.

By default, only events from the past three months are displayed. To view older events, you must specify a date range with the created parameter. For more information, see "Understanding the search syntax."

The name for each audit log entry is composed of a category of events, followed by an operation type. For example, the repo.create entry refers to the create operation on the repo category.

Each audit log entry shows applicable information about an event, such as:

  • The enterprise or organization an action was performed in
  • The user (actor) who performed the action
  • The user affected by the action
  • Which repository an action was performed in
  • The action that was performed
  • Which country the action took place in
  • The date and time the action occurred
  • The SAML SSO identity of the user (actor) who performed the action (public beta)
  • For actions outside of the web UI, how the user (actor) authenticated
  • Optionally, the source IP address for the user (actor) who performed the action

In addition to viewing your audit log, you can monitor activity in your enterprise in other ways, such as managing global webhooks. For more information, see "Exploring user activity in your enterprise." You can also use the audit log, and other tools, to monitor the actions taken in response to security alerts. For more information, see "Auditing security alerts."

Using your audit logs

As an enterprise owner, you can interact with the audit log data for your enterprise in several ways:

For a full list of audit log actions that may appear in your enterprise audit log, see "Audit log events for your enterprise."

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