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The Pipeline Logs tab provides information about the event logs that occur during the execution of a pipeline and allows you to view the individual logs in a dedicated section.
Each execution generates detailed logs that include the message, execution time, and pipeline data. You can filter a specific log based on these parameters and view it using actions, as explained in this article.
In the upper left corner, you can select the desired environment on the page at a given time. When you select the environment, the whole page will be updated bringing data about the pipelines deployed in the selected environment.
On the center of the “Pipeline Logs” screen, you can update monitoring data by selecting the desired period from the options below:
Specific: If you click on “Specific”, you can select a time interval between two dates and two times.
The "Search Field" has parameters that help the user find a specific log. Through them, you can specify attributes of the desired log to find it more precisely and quickly. They are:
Log message: This parameter filters the logs by the log messages generated during the pipeline execution;
Pipeline name: This parameter filters the logs by the pipeline name. You must enter the full name of a pipeline.
Version: Version of the pipeline that performed the execution (e.g. 2.12);
Pipeline Key: Identification key of the pipeline execution;
Log level: This parameter filters the displayed logs according to the classification, i.e. log level:
ALL: Displays all types of logs;
INFO: Displays only “INFO” level logs;
ERROR: Displays only “ERROR” level logs;
WARN: Displays only “WARN” level logs.
IMPORTANT: Some resources allow you to search pipeline execution logs faster and more flexibly. To learn more, read the article "Search in the logs screen".
This section displays the log history according to the previously specified time interval and search parameters. The information about each log is organized in the report according to the following columns:
Timestamp: The date and time the step was executed in the pipeline;
Pipeline Key: The identification key of the pipeline execution;
Name: The full name of the pipeline;
Log level: The classification of the log, i.e. its level, can be:
INFO: Informative logs;
ERROR: Logs that presented an error during execution;
WARN: Logs that contain a warning.
Log message: The messages in each log, i.e. the event’s records concerning the execution of the pipeline.
IMPORTANT: In a production environment (prod) the log history on this screen expires after 10 days; in the test environment (test) after 3 days.
Log details (view button)
If you click on this option, you can view each log’s data individually. They are:
Log timestamp: The date and time when the step was executed in the pipeline;
Pipeline name: The full name of the pipeline;
Log level: The classification, i.e. the log level (INFO, ERROR or WARN);
Log message: The messages from each log.
You can also copy the log message using the button on this screen.
Copy log message (copy button)
It is possible to copy the message of a particular log using the option in Actions.