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(since EVL 2.4)

Get status log entries of EVL task(s) (i.e. job, workflow or script, or waiting for a file). When <regex> ends with ‘.evl’, ‘.ewf’ or ‘.sh’, it looks for appropriate task type.


evl log 
  <regex>... [--state=<state>] [-o|--odate=<odate_regex>]
  [-p|--project=<project_dir>] [-v|--verbose]

evl log 
  <run_id>... [-p|--project=<project_dir>] [-v|--verbose]

evl log
  ( --help | --usage | --version )


-o, --odate=<odate>

to specify particular Order Date

-p, --project=<project_dir>

specify project folder if not the current working one


to specify particular state, possible are ‘reru’, ‘wait’, ‘runn’, ‘fail’, ‘canc’, ‘skip’, ‘succ’, ‘arch’, ‘dele

Standard options:


print this help and exit


print short usage information and exit

-v, --verbose

print to stderr info/debug messages of the component


print version and exit


  1. To get information about tasks with Run ID between 145 and 150:
    evl log {145..150}
  2. To get information about a workflow ‘billing.ewf’ of project ‘/data/project/billing’:
    evl log billing --project=/data/project/billing/ | grep "|ewf|"
  3. To get all successfully finished jobs with OrderDate in 02/2023:
    evl log ".*" --odate "202302.." --state succ