Command 'show-status-log'

Summary

Output past statuses for the specified entity.

Usage

juju show-status-log [options] <entity name>

Options

Flag Default Usage
--B, --no-browser-login false Do not use web browser for authentication
--days 0 Returns the logs for the past <days> days (cannot be combined with -n or --date)
--format tabular Specify output format (json|tabular|yaml)
--from-date Returns logs for any date after the passed one, the expected date format is YYYY-MM-DD (cannot be combined with -n or --days)
--m, --model Model to operate in. Accepts [<controller name>:]<model name>|<model UUID>
--n 0 Returns the last N logs (cannot be combined with --days or --date)
--o, --output Specify an output file
--type unit Type of statuses to be displayed [application|container|juju-container|juju-machine|juju-unit|machine|model|saas|unit|workload]
--utc false Display time as UTC in RFC3339 format

Details

This command will report the history of status changes for a given entity. The statuses are available for the following types. -type supports: application: statuses for the specified application container: statuses from the agent that is managing containers juju-container: statuses from the containers only and not their host machines juju-machine: status of the agent that is managing a machine juju-unit: statuses from the agent that is managing a unit machine: statuses that occur due to provisioning of a machine model: statuses for the model itself saas: statuses for the specified SAAS application unit: statuses for specified unit and its workload workload: statuses for unit’s workload

and sorted by time of occurrence. The default is unit.


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