flatpak-history man page
flatpak-history — Show history
flatpak history [OPTION...]
Shows changes to the flatpak installations on the system. This includes installs, updates and removals of applications and runtimes.
By default, both per-user and system-wide installations are shown. Use the --user, --installation or --system options to change this.
The information for the history command is taken from the systemd journal, and can also be accessed using e.g. the journalctl command.
The following options are understood:
- -h, --help
Show help options and exit.
Show changes to the user installation.
Show changes to the default system-wide installation.
Show changes to the installation specified by NAME among those defined in /etc/flatpak/installations.d/. Using --installation=default is equivalent to using --system.
Only show changes that are newer than the time specified by TIME.
TIME can be either an absolute time in a format like YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS, or a relative time like "2h", "7days", "4days 2hours".
Only show changes that are older than the time specified by TIME.
Show newest entries first.
- -v, --verbose
Print debug information during command processing.
Print OSTree debug information during command processing.
Specify what information to show about each ref. You can list multiple fields, or use this option multiple times.
Append :s[tart], :m[iddle], :e[nd] or :f[ull] to column names to change ellipsization.
The following fields are understood by the --columns option:
Show when the change happened
Show the kind of change
Show the ref
Show the application/runtime ID
Show the architecture
Show the branch
Show the affected installation.
This will be either the ID of a Flatpak installation, or the path to a temporary OSTree repository.
Show the remote that is used.
This will be either the name of a configured remote, or the path to a temporary OSTree repository.
Show the previous commit. For pulls, this is the previous HEAD of the branch. For deploys, it is the previously active commit
Show the current commit. For pulls, this is the HEAD of the branch. For deploys, it is the active commit
Show the remote url
Show the user doing the change.
If this is the system helper operating as root, also show which user triggered the change.
Show the tool that was used.
If this is the system helper, also show which tool was used to triggered the change.
Show all columns
Show the list of available columns
Note that field names can be abbreviated to a unique prefix.