Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation

Console Cookies and Local Storage

The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure console uses browser cookies and local storage as detailed below.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Login Page Cookies

Name Purpose Duration Impact of Disabling
bmc_tenancy Tracks the default tenancy for the OCI Console login page 30 days The last-used tenancy is not tracked, and users are asked to specify a tenancy when logging into the OCI Console

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Local Storage

Name Purpose Duration Impact of Disabling
hg‑session‑<userid>:<session> UI State information, includes selected region, active compartment and other UI state Never expires Console UI may not work optimally
recorded-events Temporary cache of console usage data. Does not include any sensitive information. Never expires Console usage not recorded for analysis and product improvement purposes
recorded-metrics Temporary cache of console metrics (for example, page load time) Never expires Console metrics not recorded for analysis and product improvement purposes

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Cookies

Name Purpose Duration Impact of Disabling
s_fid Adobe Analytics unique visitor information, anonymous 2 years Cannot track users across different Oracle products (OCI, Cloud Marketplace)
s_nr Adobe Analytics unique visitor information, anonymous 2 years Cannot track users across different Oracle products (OCI, Cloud Marketplace)
gpw_e24 Records and saves the previously accessed URL (anonymous) Never expires Console metrics not recorded for analysis and product improvement purposes

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Local Storage - Indexed DB

Table Field Purpose
duplo - <tenancy ocid> activeCompartmentId Stores the compartment a user has selected in the UI
duplo - <tenancy ocid> activeRegionId Stores the region a user has selected in the UI
duplo - <tenancy ocid> selectedLocale Stores the user’s current locale
opc-key-store key Signed ID token (carries user identity information) and a signed security token (carries transient user public key as a JSON Web Key) used for signed request calls to API end points. The security token expires after 24 hours, at which point the user will be prompted to log in again.
opc-key-store-v2 key Signed ID token (carries user identity information) and a signed security token (carries transient user public key as a JSON Web Key) used for Signed Request calls to API end points. The security token expires after 24 hours, at which point the user will be prompted to log in again.