jx pipeline log
Display a build log Aliases: logs
jx pipeline log [flags]
Display a build log
# Display a build log - with the user choosing which repo + build to view jx pipeline log # Pick a build to view the log based on the repo cheese jx pipeline log --repo cheese # Pick a pending Tekton build to view the log based jx pipeline log -p # Pick a pending Tekton build to view the log based on the repo cheese jx pipeline log --repo cheese -p # Pick a Tekton build for the 1234 Pull Request on the repo cheese jx pipeline log --repo cheese --branch PR-1234 # View the build logs for a specific tekton build pod jx pipeline log --pod my-pod-name
-b, --batch-mode Runs in batch mode without prompting for user input --branch string Filters the branch --build string The build number to view --context string Filters the context of the build -c, --current Display logs using current folder as repo name, and parent folder as owner --dir string the directory to search for the .git to discover the git source URL (default ".") -e, --env string The name of the environment to view pipelines for the git repository --fail-with-pod Return an error if the pod fails -f, --filter string Filters all the available jobs by those that contain the given text -g, --giturl string The git URL to filter on. If you specify a link to a github repository or PR we can filter the query of build pods accordingly -h, --help help for log --log-level string Sets the logging level. If not specified defaults to $JX_LOG_LEVEL -o, --owner string Filters the owner (person/organisation) of the repository -p, --pending Only include pipeline pods which are currently pending to choose from if no build name is supplied --pod string The pod name to view -r, --repo string Filters the build repository -t, --tail Tails the build log to the current terminal (default true) --verbose Enables verbose output. The environment variable JX_LOG_LEVEL has precedence over this flag and allows setting the logging level to any value of: panic, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace -w, --wait Waits for the build to start before failing -d, --wait-duration duration Timeout period waiting for the given pipeline to be created (default 20m0s)
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Last modified July 26, 2021: chore: regenerated plugin docs (25fdab919a)