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lando logs

Displays logs for your app

You can optionally filter by a particular service, show timestamps or follow the logs a la tail -f.

Only shows logs written to stdout or stderr

Note that lando logs is a light wrapper around docker logs and as such it will only display logs that are written to stdout of stderr. While we make a best effort to redirect logs when we can it is up to the user to redirect relevant application logs.


# Get the logs=z
lando logs

# Follow the logs and show timestamps
lando logs -t -f

# Show logs for only the database and cache services
lando logs -s cache -s database


Run lando logs --help to get a complete list of options defaults, choices, etc.

--channel         Sets the update channel                                               [array] [choices: "edge", "none", "stable"]
--clear           Clears the lando tasks cache                                                                            [boolean]
--debug           Shows debug output                                                                                      [boolean]
--help            Shows lando or delegated command help if applicable                                                     [boolean]
--verbose, -v     Runs with extra verbosity                                                                                 [count]
--follow, -f      Follow the logs                                                                        [boolean] [default: false]
--service, -s     Show logs for the specified services only                                                                 [array]
--timestamps, -t  Show log timestamps                                                                    [boolean] [default: false]