$ copilot job logs
What does it do?
copilot job logs displays the logs of a deployed job.
What are the flags?
-a, --app string Name of the application. --end-time string Optional. Only return logs before a specific date (RFC3339). Defaults to all logs. Only one of end-time / follow may be used. -e, --env string Name of the environment. --follow Optional. Specifies if the logs should be streamed. -h, --help help for logs --include-state-machine Optional. Include logs from the state machine executions. --json Optional. Output in JSON format. --last int Optional. The number of executions of the scheduled job for which logs should be shown. (default 1) --limit int Optional. The maximum number of log events returned. Default is 10 unless any time filtering flags are set. -n, --name string Name of the job. --since duration Optional. Only return logs newer than a relative duration like 5s, 2m, or 3h. Defaults to all logs. Only one of start-time / since may be used. --start-time string Optional. Only return logs after a specific date (RFC3339). Defaults to all logs. Only one of start-time / since may be used. --tasks strings Optional. Only return logs from specific task IDs.
Displays logs of the job "my-job" in environment "test".
$ copilot job logs -n my-job -e test
Displays logs in the last hour.
$ copilot job logs --since 1h
Displays logs from the last 4 executions of the job.
$ copilot job logs --last 4
Displays logs from specific task IDs
$ copilot job logs --tasks 709c7ea,1de57fd
Displays logs in real time.
$ copilot job logs --follow
Displays container logs and state machine execution logs from the last execution.
$ copilot job logs --include-state-machine --last 1