Verify all the transaction logs to see if they have any corruptions or not

E:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\bin>eseutil /ml E:\Logs\SG1-Logs\e00

”Knowing ESEutil /ML is great, you can use it against one log or all of the logs as I have done it. When ESEutility was stopped on the Log file which is locked, obviously data is either was written to this particular log or was getting committed to database, I did realized now I know which log files have been committed to a database, just in case backup won’t happen logs won’t get flushed and I get a call in the night, I cannot mount any of the stores due to no space on t he LUN,”

ESEutil /ML E:\Logs\SG1-Logs\e00

Will tell me which logs I can get rid off