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View Kapacitor Flux task logs

Use the kapacitor CLI or the Kapacitor HTTP API to view Kapacitor Flux task logs.

Use the kapacitor flux task log list command to output Kapacitor Flux task logs. Provide the following flags:

* Required

CLI examples

Show all run logs for a Flux task
kapacitor flux task log list --task-id 000x00xX0xXXx00
Show logs for a specific Flux task run
kapacitor flux task log list \
  --task-id 000x00xX0xXXx00 \
  --run-id XXX0xx0xX00Xx0X

Show all run logs for a task

Use the following request method and endpoint to show Kapacitor Flux task logs.

GET /kapacitor/v1/api/v2/tasks/{taskID}/log

Provide the following with your request (* Required):

Path parameters

  • * taskID: Task ID
# Get logs for task ID 000x00xX0xXXx00
curl --request GET \
  'http://localhost:9092/kapacitor/v1/api/v2/tasks/000x00xX0xXXx00/logs'

Show logs for a specific Flux task run

Use the following request method and endpoint to show logs for a specific Kapacitor Flux task run.

GET /kapacitor/v1//api/v2/tasks/{taskID}/runs/{runID}/logs

Provide the following with your request (* Required):

Path parameters

# Get logs for task ID 000x00xX0xXXx00, run ID XXX0xx0xX00Xx0X
curl --request GET \
  'http://localhost:9092/kapacitor/v1/api/v2/tasks/000x00xX0xXXx00/runs/XXX0xx0xX00Xx0X/logs'

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