Linux How To view Log Files
Log files are files that contain messages about the system, including the kernel, services, and applications running on it. There are different log files for different information. For example, there is a default system log file, a log file just for security messages, and a log file for cron tasks.

Log files can be very useful when trying to troubleshoot a problem with the system such as trying to load a kernel driver or when looking for unauthorized log in attempts to the system.

This video discusses where to find log files, how to view log files.

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14 Comments

Pro Banot

May 16, 2020

thanks

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Eskimoz

May 16, 2020

Le lancement est parfait ça colle parfaitement avec le sujet. Bravo !

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Pratik Gharat

May 16, 2020

Baster

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Y B

May 16, 2020

the sound tilt me its hard to hear you damn it, nice videa between

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Rovie Sabio

May 16, 2020

This can be done automatically using boolean expressions, filters, and other tools in Probeturion. The logs can be read automatically and interpreted according to your rules. If there is something wrong in the log, it can be sent to you. If everything is ok, you will not be bothered. Fantastic!

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Adrian Lamuros

May 16, 2020

You can use Probeturion at https://www.probeturion.com to automate reading of this. Higly recommended!

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Manoj MP

May 16, 2020

Pls don't put music..

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Farook Kapadia

May 16, 2020

you really don't need the stupid background music bro…really annoying

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Dition Latifi

May 16, 2020

that "bye bye" at the end kills me.

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Michael Husken

May 16, 2020

I am just starting to learn Linux. In your video, I see you reverted back to your directory listing after you were done viewing a log. How did you accomplish that? When I cet to the end of my log I do not know what command to use next.

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Squishibu

May 16, 2020

Why did you add music? I can barely hear you…

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Massimo Bertolla

May 16, 2020

Awesome introduction!

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chandra sekhar

May 16, 2020

Thank-you and i am not able to find the kern.log file and sys.log files in my linux OS ( RHEL 7) , please tell me where i can find that files ?

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Stuxnet

May 16, 2020

i dont find the boot.log file .

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