ESET Online Help

Search English
Select the topic


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




Wait for new logs and append them to the output



Optimize logs



Display logs in CSV format.



List Event logs



List Device Control logs



Display a list of files submitted for analysis



List On-Demand scan logs



Display Log name column in addition



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



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



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



List Detection Log records



Print detections found and files not scanned during particular On-demand scan identified by log name.


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