The logs command will display the history of everything run by outbit. Running logs without any options will result in showing all the requests made to the outbit api server, even invalid requests that could not be processed. If you specify a specific type, such as type=changes, it will show all the changes that were made to the outbit inventory. The option type=changes is useful to audit changes made to systems using outbit.
outbit> logs username category action options date superadmin /users list None 06/18/2016 14:20 superadmin / help None 06/18/2016 14:20 superadmin /testing ls None 06/18/2016 14:20 superadmin /testing pwd None 06/18/2016 14:20 outbit> logs type=changes inventory_item desc job_id date hostname1 setup 82 07/14/2016 35:04 hostname1 apt-get update 82 07/14/2016 35:04 hostname1 apt-get upgrade 82 07/14/2016 35:04 hostname2 apt-get upgrade 84 07/14/2016 44:04 hostname3 apt-get upgrade 83 07/14/2016 44:04 hostname4 apt-get upgrade 85 07/14/2016 04:05 outbit> logs type=changes name=hostname4 inventory_item desc job_id date hostname4 apt-get upgrade 85 07/14/2016 04:05