Working in Lando and you have hit the situation where you need to view the log files. Where? How?
Lando has several log layers to assist in diagnosing many of the issues you might encounter.
Failed installation? Find logs in the following locations:
macOS - /var/log/install.log Linux - Differs per system but check common apt or dnf/yum logs
macOS/LINUX - ~/.lando/logs
There should be core lando logs called lando-error.log and a more robust lando.log. There should also be error and verbose logs associated with each of your applications eg myapp.log and myapp-error.log. My list currently includes:
Run the failing command again in verbose mode. You can pass in -v, -vv, -vvv or -vvvv to toggle the level of verbosity. You can also edit your global config to set the default console log level.
Container Logs - view the lando logs command for more information
lando logs -s SOME_SERVICE
Troubleshooting - use Docker commands directly or use
lando ssh lando info --deep command
List all my containers
docker ps --all
List all lando containers
docker ps --filter label=io.lando.container=TRUE --all
List all containers for a particular app
docker ps --all | grep appname
Inspect a container
docker inspect appname_service_1
Check out the logs for a container
docker logs appname_service_1
Attach to a container (this is like SSHing)
docker exec -i -t appname_service_1 bash