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Their are two ways to check this. You can Use the powershell commands [Get-SPLogLevel]. This example displays throttle levels for all categories. You can go to Central admin Site of farm. Central Admin> Monitoring > Configure Diagnostic logging. On this page you can expand all the categories and check th level of Log.
You would use Get-SPLogLevel -Identity <value>, e.g. Get-SPLogLevel -Identity Database to show the current level for the Database category. You can also exclude the Identity parameter to get all categories.
You can use the audit feature of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 to track which users have taken what actions within your site collections. Take a look at this article for more details. Further, You can also test this programmed application i.e. http://www.sharepointauditing.com/ which lets you to monitor and audit the changes made within the SharePoint ...
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