When looking at my logs, it seems it is not keeping a long history of the logs. I guess a better question is; When is the Log file reset, On a reboot, Shutdown when. If I don't force the logs to be cleared by one of the above methods, (reboot, shutdown or whatever triggers a log clear) what size are the logs allowed to reach? I am having line issues, and I want to make sure I keep as much log data as possible on my frequent disconnects. I am also logging to a Ubuntu server (still learning this) but I can not always find which LOGFILE to view on the Ubuntu box (messages, syslog, etc..) sometimes they have data, other times they are empty?? But bare with me, I'm new to the Linux environment, and I'm still learning to navigate the NIX command line. Very challenging! Thanks.