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NameDescription
--server_id serverid
The ID of the server to retrieve logs from. An application may be deployed to multiple servers in the cloud.
--show_serveridShow server ID in logs.
--interval interval
Interval for retrieving application logs, in seconds. Default: 5s.
--build_logDisplays the application retrieve log. Does not work with the --server_id or --show_serverid options.
--org orgID The ID of the organization the application belongs to. This parameter is required if the target application has the same name as an application in another organization you belong to.
-h--help

Show help information for this command.

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NameDescription
<username>Your AMPLIFY Appcelerator Services account user name. If not specified, you are prompted for the username.
<password>Your AMPLIFY Appcelerator Services account password. If not specified, you are prompted for the password.
--hostThe ACS host to log in to. If not specified, the command attempts to log in to the host specified by the ~/.acs configuration file, or `admin.cloudapp.appcelerator.com` if not specified by the ~/.acs file.
-h--helpShow help information for this command.

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NameDescription
appnameThe name of the app to retrieve and show runtime logs for. If omitted, you must run the command in the application's root directory, or specify the application's directory with -d option.
--server_id <serverid>ID of the server to retrieve logs from. An application may be deployed to multiple servers in the cloud.
--show_serveridShow server ID in logs.
--build_logDisplays the application build log. Does not work with the --server_id or --show_serverid options.
--start_date <start_date>Starting date for retrieving logs.
--end_date <end_date>Ending date for retrieving logs.
--per_page <per_page>Number of log messages per page. Default: 100.
--moreDisplay the next page of log messages.
--org <orgID> The ID of the organization the application belongs to. This parameter only is required if the target application has the same name as an application in another organization you belong to.
-h, --helpShow help information for this command.

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