There isn't a command to do all this. You'd need to iterate through each job from the command results. Looking at the Utility space there are options to export job results, but there are specific commands per type...
What exactly is the need for all run logs being exported? If you have BDSSA would this allow you to generate a report with the desired data?
For audit reasons, I need to save all changes made on a specific server.
So, If I made a change on this server through TSSA, I have to save jobs logs
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that assumes the job run logs are going to show you what changed on the server. that's not really a valid assumption. you might see a particular package was deployed to the server but you won't know what it did.
normally for this type of request customers configure the rscd log on the target to send to a log aggregation service like splunk. the rscd log contains any access to the target. though the same issue applies - you won't necessarily be able to see 'what changed'.
We are already saving rscd.log from target
I hope this is enough for auditor too!