Trace the output of a ci job
Download the CI pipeline job artifacts for the given or current branch if none provided. If a job is not specified the latest running job or last job in the pipeline is used
The branch name, when using with the –merge-request option, can be the merge request number, which matches the branch name internally. The “job” portion is the given job name, which may contain whitespace characters and which, for this specific case, must be quoted.
lab ci trace [remote] [branch][:job] [flags]
lab ci trace upstream feature_branch lab ci trace upstream :'my custom stage' lab ci trace upstream 18 --merge-request lab ci trace upstream 18:'my custom stage' --merge-request lab ci trace upstream 18:'my custom stage' --merge-request --bridge 'security-tests'
-h, --help help for trace --merge-request use merge request pipeline if enabled
--bridge string Bridge job (downstream pipeline) name --debug Enable debug logging level --follow Follow bridge jobs (downstream pipelines) in a multi-projects setup --no-pager Do not pipe output into a pager --quiet Turn off any sort of logging. Only command output is printed