Lets you watch the logs of a specific function.
serverless logs -f hello
-fThe function you want to fetch the logs for. Required
--startTimeA specific unit in time to start fetching logs from (ie:
1469705761). Here's a list of the supported string formats:
30m # since 30 minutes ago 2h # since 2 hours ago 3d # since 3 days ago 2008 # A calendar date part 20W5 # A week date part 20039 # An ordinal date part 20130208 # Basic (short) full date 2013W065 # Basic (short) week, weekday 2013W06 # Basic (short) week only 2013050 # Basic (short) ordinal date 2008T09 # An hour time part separated by a T 20130208T080910,123 # Short date and time up to ms, separated by comma 20130208T080910.123 # Short date and time up to ms 20130208T080910 # Short date and time up to seconds 20130208T0809 # Short date and time up to minutes 20130208T08 # Short date and time, hours only
--filterYou can specify a filter string to filter the log output. This is useful if you want to to get the
errorlogs for example.
-tYou can optionally tail the logs and keep listening for new logs in your terminal session by passing this option.
-iIf you choose to tail the output, you can control the interval at which the framework polls the logs with this option. The default is
serverless logs -f hello --startTime 5h
This will fetch the logs that happened in the past 5 hours.
serverless logs -f hello --startTime 1469694264
This will fetch the logs that happened starting at epoch
serverless logs -f hello -t
Serverless will tail the platform log output and print new log messages coming in.
serverless logs -f hello --filter serverless
This will fetch only the logs that contain the string