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ClusterLogs clusterLogsGet(clusterId, start, end, direction, limit)

Get logs of your cluster

Retrieves PostgreSQL logs based on the given parameters.


// Import classes:
import com.ionoscloud.dbaaspostgres.ApiClient;
import com.ionoscloud.dbaaspostgres.ApiException;
import com.ionoscloud.dbaaspostgres.Configuration;
import com.ionoscloud.dbaaspostgres.auth.*;
import com.ionoscloud.dbaaspostgres.model.*;
import com.ionoscloud.dbaaspostgres.api.LogsApi;

public class Example {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    ApiClient defaultClient = Configuration.getDefaultApiClient();
    // Configure HTTP basic authorization: basicAuth
    HttpBasicAuth basicAuthentication = (HttpBasicAuth) defaultClient.getAuthentication("basicAuth");
    basicAuthentication.setUsername("YOUR USERNAME");
    basicAuthentication.setPassword("YOUR PASSWORD");

    LogsApi apiInstance = new LogsApi(defaultClient);
    String clusterId = "498ae72f-411f-11eb-9d07-046c59cc737e"; // String | The unique ID of the cluster.
    OffsetDateTime start = OffsetDateTime.now(); // OffsetDateTime | The start time for the query in RFC3339 format. Must not be more than 30 days ago but before the end parameter. The default is 30 days ago.
    OffsetDateTime end = OffsetDateTime.now(); // OffsetDateTime | The end time for the query in RFC3339 format. Must not be greater than now. The default is the current timestamp.
    String direction = "BACKWARD"; // String | The direction in which to scan through the logs. The logs are returned in order of the direction.
    Integer limit = 100; // Integer | The maximal number of log lines to return.  If the limit is reached then log lines will be cut at the end (respecting the scan direction).
    try {
      ClusterLogs result = apiInstance.clusterLogsGet(clusterId, start, end, direction, limit);
    } catch (ApiException e) {
      System.err.println("Exception when calling LogsApi#clusterLogsGet");
      System.err.println("Status code: " + e.getCode());
      System.err.println("Reason: " + e.getResponseBody());
      System.err.println("Response headers: " + e.getResponseHeaders());

⚠️ Note: for the example above, you need to provide all parameters to the method call. Null values will resolve to the API defaults.


Return type


HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined

  • Accept: application/json

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