How to search in commit messages using command line?

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How to search through all commits in the repository?

Is there a way to search through commit headers using the command line?

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    git log --grep=<pattern>
        Limit the commits output to ones with log message that matches the 
        specified pattern (regular expression).

    –git help log

    git log --oneline | grep PATTERN
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