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service logs

To print the logs for a service, run:

kurtosis service logs $THE_ENCLAVE_IDENTIFIER $THE_SERVICE_IDENTIFIER

where $THE_ENCLAVE_IDENTIFIER and the $THE_SERVICE_IDENTIFIER are resource identifiers for the enclave and service, respectively. The service identifier (name or UUID) is printed upon inspecting an enclave.

Number of log lines

By default, logs printed in the terminal from this command are truncated at 200 lines. For a stream of logs, we recommend the -f flag. For a snapshot of the logs at a given point in time (e.g. after a change), we recommend the kurtosis dump.

The following optional arguments can be used:

  1. -f, -follow can be added to continue following the logs, similar to tail -f.
  2. --match=text can be used for filtering the log lines containing the text.
  3. --regex-match="regex" can be used for filtering the log lines containing the regex. This filter will also work for text but will have degraded performance.
  4. -v, --invert-match can be used to invert the filter condition specified by either --match or --regex-match. Log lines NOT containing the match will be returned.

Important: --match and --regex-match flags cannot be used at the same time. You should either use one or the other.