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Can I view last N build log lines?

Our build logs are big and Bamboo truncates them with this message:

The build generated 90,790 lines of output.The output is too long and has been truncated to the last 1,000 lines. View live logs  |  Download or view full build log

The problem is - the last 1000 lines are not enough - it usually captures only the tail of the problem, but to see the head of it I need something like last 2000-3000 lines.
Downloading the file works, but that is some extra actions and viewing the log file in browser is very slow (5-10 minutes to render) due to the file size.

Is it possible to view in browser last N build log lines, where N would be more than standard 1000, but still much less than the whole log file?

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1000 lines is hardcoded value and can't be modified via settings

Sure, I thought so. But that is not the only way to see the log - there are also two links - "Download or view full build log" - and these links do take HTTP query arguments. May be there is a query argument that limits the number of lines downloaded?

unfortunately. 

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