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    The Audit log pane displays an audit trail of administrative actions related to this catalog and its schemas, tables, views, materialized views, and columns. Your current role must have the View audit log privilege in order to see audit log entries from all users.

    The following columns are shown:

    • Operation: The configuration change that was performed. Possible values include update, delete, suspend, and others depending on the object.
    • Object: The type of object, such as catalog or schema, for which the configuration was changed.
    • Object name: The name of the specific object.
    • What changed: A description of the changed attributes including values.
    • User: The user who performed the change.
    • Time of change: The date and time the change was performed.

    • Operation: The configuration change that was performed. Possible values include update, delete, suspend, and others depending on the object.
    • Object: The type of object, such as cluster or catalog, for which the configuration was changed.
    • Object name: The name of the specific object.
    • What changed: A description of the changed attributes including values.
    • User: The user who performed the change.
    • Time of change: The date and time the change was performed.

    All information in the audit logs are kept in perpetuity for security and audit purposes. They do not expire and are never purged.