Log files in the Linux server agent

Find log files in the Linux server agent

Please execute the following command in a terminal: 
Root agent - ls /opt/site24x7/monagent/logs/ 
Non-root agent - ls ~/site24x7/monagent/logs/

This will list down all the log files in the agent. All events related to the server agent will be captured in the main.txt

Further, if the user wants to have an in-depth look into all the events occurring in the server, please execute the following command:
Root agent -ls /opt/site24x7/monagent/logs/details/
Non-root agent - ls ~/site24x7/monagent/logs/details/

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