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# The entries in this file map a sparse set of log tag numbers to tag names.
# This is installed on the device, in /system/etc, and parsed by logcat.
#
# Tag numbers are decimal integers, from 0 to 2^31.  (Let's leave the
# negative values alone for now.)
#
# Tag names are one or more ASCII letters and numbers or underscores, i.e.
# "[A-Z][a-z][0-9]_".  Do not include spaces or punctuation (the former
# impacts log readability, the latter makes regex searches more annoying).
#
# Tag numbers and names are separated by whitespace.  Blank lines and lines
# starting with '#' are ignored.
#
# Optionally, after the tag names can be put a description for the value(s)
# of the tag. Description are in the format
#    (<name>|data type[|data unit])
# Multiple values are separated by commas.
#
# The data type is a number from the following values:
# 1: int
# 2: long
# 3: string
# 4: list
#
# The data unit is a number taken from the following list:
# 1: Number of objects
# 2: Number of bytes
# 3: Number of milliseconds
# 4: Number of allocations
# 5: Id
# 6: Percent
# Default value for data of type int/long is 2 (bytes).
#
# TODO: generate ".java" and ".h" files with integer constants from this file.

# These are used for testing, do not modify without updating
# tests/framework-tests/src/android/util/EventLogFunctionalTest.java.
42    answer (to life the universe etc|3)
314   pi
2718  e

2719 configuration_changed (config mask|1|5)
2720 sync (id|3),(event|1|5),(source|1|5)
2721 cpu (total|1|6),(user|1|6),(system|1|6),(iowait|1|6),(irq|1|6),(softirq|1|6)
2722 battery_level (level|1|6),(voltage|1|1),(temperature|1|1)
2723 battery_status (status|1|5),(health|1|5),(present|1|5),(plugged|1|5),(technology|3)
# This is logged when the device is being forced to sleep (typically by
# the user pressing the power button).
2724 power_sleep_requested (wakeLocksCleared|1|1)
# This is logged when the screen on broadcast has completed
2725 power_screen_broadcast_send (wakelockCount|1|1)
# This is logged when the screen broadcast has completed
2726 power_screen_broadcast_done (on|1|5),(broadcastDuration|2|3),(wakelockCount|1|1)
# This is logged when the screen on broadcast has completed
2727 power_screen_broadcast_stop (which|1|5),(wakelockCount|1|1)
# This is logged when the screen is turned on or off.
2728 power_screen_state (offOrOn|1|5),(becauseOfUser|1|5),(totalTouchDownTime|2|3),(touchCycles|1|1)
# This is logged when the partial wake lock (keeping the device awake
# regardless of whether the screen is off) is acquired or released.
2729 power_partial_wake_state (releasedorAcquired|1|5),(tag|3)
# This is logged when battery goes from discharging to charging.
# It lets us count the total amount of time between charges and the discharge level
2730 battery_discharge (duration|2|3),(minLevel|1|6),(maxLevel|1|6)
#
# Leave IDs through 2739 for more power logs
#

# This event is logged when the location service uploads location data.
2740 location_controller
# This event is logged when someone is deciding to force a garbage collection
2741 force_gc (reason|3)
# This event is logged on each tickle
2742 tickle (authority|3)
# What happens in a sync operation (bytes sent and received, and
# operation details)
2743 sync_details (authority|3),(send|1|2),(recv|1|2),(details|3)

# The disk space free on the /data partition, in bytes
2744 free_storage_changed (data|2|2)
# Device low memory notification and disk space free on the /data partition, in bytes at that time
2745 low_storage (data|2|2)
# disk space free on the /data, /system, and /cache partitions in bytes
2746 free_storage_left (data|2|2),(system|2|2),(cache|2|2)

# when a NotificationManager.notify is called
2750 notification_enqueue (pkg|3),(id|1|5),(notification|3)
# when someone tries to cancel a notification, the notification manager sometimes
# calls this with flags too
2751 notification_cancel (pkg|3),(id|1|5),(required_flags|1)
# when someone tries to cancel all of the notifications for a particular package
2752 notification_cancel_all (pkg|3),(required_flags|1)

# This event is logged when GTalkService encounters important events
2800 gtalkservice (eventType|1)
# This event is logged for GTalk connection state changes. The status field is an int, but
# it really contains 4 separate values, each taking up a byte
# (eventType, connection state, connection error, network state)
2801 gtalk_connection (status|1)

2802 watchdog (Service|3)
2803 watchdog_proc_pss (Process|3),(Pid|1|5),(Pss|1|2)
2804 watchdog_soft_reset (Process|3),(Pid|1|5),(MaxPss|1|2),(Pss|1|2),(Skip|3)
2805 watchdog_hard_reset (Process|3),(Pid|1|5),(MaxPss|1|2),(Pss|1|2)
2806 watchdog_pss_stats (EmptyPss|1|2),(EmptyCount|1|1),(BackgroundPss|1|2),(BackgroundCount|1|1),(ServicePss|1|2),(ServiceCount|1|1),(VisiblePss|1|2),(VisibleCount|1|1),(ForegroundPss|1|2),(ForegroundCount|1|1),(NoPssCount|1|1)
2807 watchdog_proc_stats (DeathsInOne|1|1),(DeathsInTwo|1|1),(DeathsInThree|1|1),(DeathsInFour|1|1),(DeathsInFive|1|1)
2808 watchdog_scheduled_reboot (Now|2|1),(Interval|1|3),(StartTime|1|3),(Window|1|3),(Skip|3)
2809 watchdog_meminfo (MemFree|1|2),(Buffers|1|2),(Cached|1|2),(Active|1|2),(Inactive|1|2),(AnonPages|1|2),(Mapped|1|2),(Slab|1|2),(SReclaimable|1|2),(SUnreclaim|1|2),(PageTables|1|2)
2810 watchdog_vmstat (runtime|2|3),(pgfree|1|1),(pgactivate|1|1),(pgdeactivate|1|1),(pgfault|1|1),(pgmajfault|1|1)
2811 watchdog_requested_reboot (NoWait|1|1),(ScheduleInterval|1|3),(RecheckInterval|1|3),(StartTime|1|3),(Window|1|3),(MinScreenOff|1|3),(MinNextAlarm|1|3)

# Device boot timings.  We include monotonic clock values because the
# intrinsic event log times are wall-clock.
#
# Runtime starts:
3000 boot_progress_start (time|2|3)
# SystemServer.run() starts:
3010 boot_progress_system_run (time|2|3)
# ZygoteInit class preloading starts:
3020 boot_progress_preload_start (time|2|3)
# ZygoteInit class preloading ends:
3030 boot_progress_preload_end (time|2|3)
# ActivityManagerService.systemReady() starts:
3040 boot_progress_ams_ready (time|2|3)
# ActivityManagerService calls enableScreenAfterBoot():
3050 boot_progress_enable_screen (time|2|3)
# Package Manager starts:
3060 boot_progress_pms_start (time|2|3)
# Package Manager .apk scan starts:
3070 boot_progress_pms_system_scan_start (time|2|3)
# Package Manager .apk scan starts:
3080 boot_progress_pms_data_scan_start (time|2|3)
# Package Manager .apk scan ends:
3090 boot_progress_pms_scan_end (time|2|3)
# Package Manager ready:
3100 boot_progress_pms_ready (time|2|3)
# + check activity_launch_time for Home app

# Do not change these names without updating the checkin_events setting in
# google3/googledata/wireless/android/provisioning/gservices.config !!
#
# An activity is being finished:
30001 am_finish_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3),(Reason|3)
# A task is being brought to the front of the screen:
30002 am_task_to_front (Task|1|5)
# An existing activity is being given a new intent:
30003 am_new_intent (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3),(Action|3),(MIME Type|3),(URI|3),(Flags|1|5)
# A new task is being created:
30004 am_create_task (Task ID|1|5)
# A new activity is being created in an existing task:
30005 am_create_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3),(Action|3),(MIME Type|3),(URI|3),(Flags|1|5)
# An activity has been resumed into the foreground but was not already running:
30006 am_restart_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3)
# An activity has been resumed and is now in the foreground:
30007 am_resume_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3)
# Application Not Responding
30008 anr (pid|1|5),(Package Name|3),(reason|3)
# Activity launch time
30009 activity_launch_time (Token|1|5),(Component Name|3),(time|2|3)
# Application process bound to work
30010 am_proc_bound (PID|1|5),(Process Name|3)
# Application process died
30011 am_proc_died (PID|1|5),(Process Name|3)
# The Activity Manager failed to pause the given activity.
30012 am_failed_to_pause (Token|1|5),(Wanting to pause|3),(Currently pausing|3)
# Attempting to pause the current activity
30013 am_pause_activity (Token|1|5),(Component Name|3)
# Application process has been started
30014 am_proc_start (PID|1|5),(UID|1|5),(Process Name|3),(Type|3),(Component|3)
# An application process has been marked as bad
30015 am_proc_bad (UID|1|5),(Process Name|3)
# An application process that was bad is now marked as good
30016 am_proc_good (UID|1|5),(Process Name|3)
# Reporting to applications that memory is low
30017 am_low_memory (Num Processes|1|1)
# An activity is being destroyed:
30018 am_destroy_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3)
# An activity has been relaunched, resumed, and is now in the foreground:
30019 am_relaunch_resume_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3)
# An activity has been relaunched:
30020 am_relaunch_activity (Token|1|5),(Task ID|1|5),(Component Name|3)
# The activity's onPause has been called.
30021 am_on_paused_called (Component Name|3)
# The activity's onResume has been called.
30022 am_on_resume_called (Component Name|3)
# Kill a process to reclaim memory.
30023 am_kill_for_memory (PID|1|5),(Process Name|3),(OomAdj|1|5)
# Discard an undelivered serialized broadcast (timeout/ANR/crash)
30024 am_broadcast_discard_filter (Broadcast|1|5),(Action|3),(Receiver Number|1|1),(BroadcastFilter|1|5)
30025 am_broadcast_discard_app (Broadcast|1|5),(Action|3),(Receiver Number|1|1),(App|3)
# A service is being created
30030 am_create_service (Service Record|1|5),(Name|3),(Intent|3),(PID|1|5)
# A service is being destroyed
30031 am_destroy_service (Service Record|1|5),(Name|3),(PID|1|5)
# A process has crashed too many times, it is being cleared
30032 am_process_crashed_too_much (Name|3),(PID|1|5)
# An unknown process is trying to attach to the activity manager
30033 am_drop_process (PID|1|5)
# A service has crashed too many times, it is being stopped
30034 am_service_crashed_too_much (Crash Count|1|1),(Component Name|3),(PID|1|5)
# A service is going to be restarted after its process went away
30035 am_schedule_service_restart (Component Name|3),(Time|2|3)
# A client was waiting for a content provider, but its process was lost
30036 am_provider_lost_process (Package Name|3),(UID|1|5),(Name|3)

# Out of memory for surfaces.
31000 wm_no_surface_memory (Window|3),(PID|1|5),(Operation|3)

# Re-connecting to input method service because we haven't received its interface
32000 imf_force_reconnect_ime (IME|4),(Time Since Connect|2|3),(Showing|1|1)

# dvm_gc_info: LIST (LONG, LONG, LONG)
#
# First LONG:
#
#    [63]    1
#    [62-24] ASCII process identifier
#    [23-12] GC time in ms
#    [11- 0] Bytes freed
#
# Second LONG (aggregated heap info):
#
#    [63-62] 10
#    [61-60] Reserved; must be zero
#    [59-48] Objects freed
#    [47-36] Actual size (current footprint)
#    [35-24] Allowed size (current hard max)
#    [23-12] Objects allocated
#    [11- 0] Bytes allocated
#
# Third LONG (zygote heap info):
#
#    [63-62] 11
#    [61-60] Reserved; must be zero
#    [59-48] Soft limit
#    [47-36] Actual size (current footprint)
#    [35-24] Allowed size (current hard max)
#    [23-12] Objects allocated
#    [11- 0] Bytes allocated
#
# Fourth LONG:
#
#    [63-48] Reserved; must be zero
#    [47-36] dlmallocFootprint
#    [35-24] mallinfo: total allocated space
#    [23-12] External byte limit
#    [11- 0] External bytes allocated
#
# See HeapDebug.c
#
20001 dvm_gc_info (custom|2),(custom|2),(custom|2),(custom|2)
20002 dvm_gc_madvise_info (total|1|2),(zygote|1|2)

75000 sqlite_mem_alarm_current (current|1|2)
75001 sqlite_mem_alarm_max (max|1|2)
75002 sqlite_mem_alarm_alloc_attempt (attempts|1|4)
75003 sqlite_mem_released (Memory released|1|2)

40000 checkin (Check in time|2|3)

50000 menu_item_selected (Menu type where 0 is options and 1 is context|1|5),(Menu item title|3)
50001 menu_opened (Menu type where 0 is options and 1 is context|1|5)
# Connectivity state changed:
# [31-13] Reserved for future use
# [12- 9] Network subtype (for mobile network, as defined by TelephonyManager)
# [ 8- 3] Detailed state ordinal (as defined by NetworkInfo.DetailedState)
# [ 2- 0] Network type (as defined by ConnectivityManager)
50020 connectivity_state_changed (custom|1|5)

# Wi-Fi network state changed:
# [31- 6] Reserved for future use
# [ 5- 0] Detailed state ordinal (as defined by NetworkInfo.DetailedState)
50021 wifi_network_state_changed (network_state|1|5)

# Wi-Fi supplicant state changed:
# [31- 6] Reserved for future use
# [ 5- 0] Supplicant state ordinal (as defined by SupplicantState)
50022 wifi_supplicant_state_changed (supplicant_state|1|5)

# Wi-Fi driver state changed:
# [31- 1] Reserved for future use
# [ 0- 0] Driver start (1) or stopped (0)
50023 wifi_driver_state_changed (driver_state|1|5)

# Wi-Fi interface configuration state changed:
# [31- 1] Reserved for future use
# [ 0- 0] Interface configuration succeeded (1) or failed (0)
50024 wifi_interface_configuration_state_changed (IP_configuration|1|5)

# Wi-Fi supplicant connection state changed:
# [31- 2] Reserved for future use
# [ 1- 0] Connected to supplicant (1) or disconnected from supplicant (0),
#         or supplicant died (2)
50025 wifi_supplicant_connection_state_changed (connected|1|5)

# PDP Context has a bad DNS address
50100 pdp_bad_dns_address (dns_address|3)

# For data connection on PDP context, reached the data-out-without-data-in
# packet count that triggers a countdown to radio restart
50101 pdp_radio_reset_countdown_triggered (out_packet_count|1|1)

# Radio restart - timed out with no incoming packets.
50102 pdp_radio_reset (out_packet_count|1|1)

# PDP context reset - timed out with no incoming packets.
50103 pdp_context_reset (out_packet_count|1|1)

# Reregister to data network - timed out with no incoming packets.
50104 pdp_reregister_network (out_packet_count|1|1)

# PDP Setup failures
50105 pdp_setup_fail (cause|1|5), (cid|1|5), (network_type|1|5)

# Call drops
50106 call_drop (cause|1|5), (cid|1|5), (network_type|1|5)

# Data network registration failed after successful voice registration
50107 data_network_registration_fail (op_numeric|1|5), (cid|1|5)

# Suspicious status of data connection while radio poweroff
50108 data_network_status_on_radio_off (dc_state|3), (enable|1|5)

# PDP drop caused by network
50109 pdp_network_drop (cid|1|5), (network_type|1|5)

# CDMA data network setup failure
50110 cdma_data_setup_failed (cause|1|5), (cid|1|5), (network_type|1|5)

# CDMA data network drop
50111 cdma_data_drop (cid|1|5), (network_type|1|5)

# Do not change these names without updating tag in:
#//device/dalvik/libcore/luni/src/main/native/org_apache_harmony_luni_platform_OSNetworkSystem.c
51000 socket_stats (send|1|2),(recv|1|2),(ip|1|5),(port|1|5),(close|1|5)

# db stats.  0 is query, 1 is write (may become more fine grained in the
# future)
52000 db_operation (name|3),(op_type|1|5),(time|2|3)

# http request/response stats
52001 http_stats (useragent|3),(response|2|3),(processing|2|3),(tx|1|2),(rx|1|2)
60000 viewroot_draw (Draw time|1|3)
60001 viewroot_layout (Layout time|1|3)
60002 view_build_drawing_cache (View created drawing cache|1|5)
60003 view_use_drawing_cache (View drawn using bitmap cache|1|5)

# 0 for screen off, 1 for screen on, 2 for key-guard done
70000 screen_toggled (screen_state|1|5)

# browser stats for diary study
70101 browser_zoom_level_change (start level|1|5),(end level|1|5),(time|2|3)
70102 browser_double_tap_duration (duration|1|3),(time|2|3)

# NOTE - the range 1000000-2000000 is reserved for partners and others who
# want to define their own log tags without conflicting with the core platform.