Returns the first page of Logs associated with the specified account.
Learn more about using Performance Query Language (PQL)
The Performance Query Language, or PQL, is a simple query language that uses key-comparator-value triplets joined by boolean operators to build queries capable of searching through logs. PQL is inspired heavily by the syntax of SQL's WHERE clauses.
timestamp >= 1499970945 AND (level="error" OR level="warning") AND metadata.test = "test value"
The Dot Operator (
.) can be used to search for nested key / value pairs. In the example above, metadata.test is used to access the value of the nested test key under metadata.
PQL supports the following comparator operators:
>=, as well as the use of
() to indicate the order in which parts are evaluated.