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How to use, read and manage Linux log files

Posted by zn52 on Feb 19, 2020 6:17 PM EDT
net2.com; By Amin Nahdy
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Ubuntu logs system events into the log files in order to help administrators maintain, analyze and diagnose system related issues and applications problems. Log files contain messages related to kernel, services and applications events that are kept on a centralized repository of log files under /var/log directory. In this article, we will provide an overview of Ubuntu log files, and show how to configure and use syslogd. You will also learn how log rotation works and how to view and read the log files. A brief introduction to systemd will be provided at the end .

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