Netlify provides a variety of logs to help you monitor your sites and offers log drains for integration with third-party log management services. Follow the links below for more information about each type of log.
# Deploy log
The deploy log includes all of the standard output which comes from running your build as well as Netlify-specific information about dependency caching, Netlify configuration file processing, and more.
# Function log
Netlify displays a log for each serverless function, covering up to 7 days of activity (retention duration depends on your pricing plan). Function logs are available for the current production deploy, branch deploys, and Deploy Previews.
# Identity audit log
This feature may not be available at all levels.
Netlify keeps a log of actions taken by your Netlify Identity users. With the Identity audit log, you can track user signups, logins, password recovery requests, and more.
# Team audit log
This feature may not be available on all plans.
Netlify keeps a log of actions made by members of your team so you can keep track of what changes were made, when, and by whom. With the team audit log, you can track the creation/deletion of sites, changes to site settings, and more.
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