Events

ESET Endpoint Antivirus for Linux (eeau) commands executed via Terminal, and some more events are logged by eeau.

Each recorded action includes the following information: time the event occurred, component (if available), event, user.

Display events via Terminal

To display the recorded Events via a Terminal window, use the lslog command-line tool as a privileged user.

Syntax: /opt/eset/eea/sbin/lslog [OPTIONS]

Options - short form

Options - long form

Description

-f

--follow

Wait for new logs and append them to the output

-o

--optimize

Optimize logs

-c

--csv

Display logs in CSV format.

-e

--events

List Event logs

-l

--device-control

List Device Control logs

-n

--sent-files

Display a list of files submitted for analysis

-s

--scans

List On-Demand scan logs

 

--with-log-name

Display Log name column in addition

 

--ods-details=log-name

Display details of an on-demand scan identified by log name

 

--ods-detections=log-name

Display detections of an on-demand scan identified by log name

 

--ods-notscanned=log-name

Display not scanned items of an on-demand scan identified by log name

-d

--detections

List Detection Log records

Examples

Display all event logs:

/opt/eset/eea/sbin/lslog -e

Save all event logs in CSV format to a file in the Documents directory of current user:

/opt/eset/eea/sbin/lslog -ec > /home/$USER/Documents/eventlogs.csv

Display every threat detected and action taken against:

/opt/eset/eea/sbin/lslog -d