logiqctl logs

View logs for the given namespace and application


logs command is used to view historical logs. This expects a namespace and an application to be available to return results. Set the default namespace using 'logiqctl set-context' command or pass as '-n=NAMESPACE' flag. Application name needs to be passed as an argument to the command or use the 'interactive' command to choose from the list of available applications and processes.

Global flag '--time-format' is not applicable for this command. Global flag '--output' only supports json format for this command.

logiqctl logs [flags]


Print logs for logiq ingest server
- logiqctl logs logiq-flash
Print logs in json format
- logiqctl -o=json logs logiq-flash
In the case of Kubernetes deployment, a Stateful Set is an application, and each pod in it is a process
Print logs for logiq-flash ingest server filtered by process logiq-flash-2
The --process (-p) flag lets you view logs for the individual pod
- logiqctl logs -p=logiq-flash-2 logiq-flash
Runs an interactive prompt to let user choose filters
- logiqctl logs interactive|i
Search logs for the given text
- logiqctl logs search "your search term"
If the flag --follow (-f) is specified the logs will be streamed till it over.


-f, --follow Specify if the logs should be streamed.
-h, --help help for logs
--page-size uint32 Number of log entries to return in one page (default 30)
-p, --process string Filter logs by proc id
-s, --since string Only return logs newer than a relative duration. This is in relative to the last
seen log time for a specified application or processes within the namespace.
A duration string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, each with optional
fraction and a unit suffix, such as "3h34m", "1.5h" or "24h". Valid time units are "s", "m", "h" (default "1h")

Options inherited from parent commands

-c, --cluster string Override the default cluster set by `logiqctl set-cluster' command
-n, --namespace string Override the default context set by `logiqctl set-context' command
-o, --output string Output format. One of: table|json|yaml.
json output is not indented, use '| jq' for advanced json operations (default "table")
-t, --time-format string Time formatting options. One of: relative|epoch|RFC3339.
This is only applicable when the output format is table. json and yaml outputs will have time in epoch seconds. (default "relative")