There is one log file, and this file is rotated every night at 00:00. This means that every night the current file is backed-up and a new file is created.
The log file is located in “logs/system/” the file is called appLog.txt. As time goes by you will see a directory appearing called history, this is where the rotated “old” log files are put. They are packed with gzip and look like:
If you want to real time follow the current log file you can tail it, past log files can be viewed with zcat
tail -f logs/system/appLog.txt
To view backed-up logs:
Currently the logs are not rotated. This means you have to clean them manually.