Viewing track logs

Using the CLI, you can view all output of spinning up the environments for your track, as well as the output of the check, cleanup and setup scripts.

Run the instruqt track logs command inside of a track directory: (This command will tail the logs until you cancel it with Ctrl+C.)

$ instruqt track logs
==> Tailing logs for track 'acmecorp/my-track' (ID: hogfljy9kccc)
2018/09/14 11:13:17 INFO: h84attob7rnw-8c64aa11957d79c2c40f3fb1b9d1096a: - module.core
2018/09/14 11:13:17 INFO: h84attob7rnw-8c64aa11957d79c2c40f3fb1b9d1096a: Initializing the backend...
...

Tailing logs of remote tracks

You don't need to have the track configuration files on your local machine to read track logs. You can pass the track slug:

instruqt track logs my-track

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