There is no such log file. The DFM Alerts and Activities Display does show you all of the events for all your devices, but this is not written to a flat file. You could, however, create a DFM notification group matching only on the OperationallyDown event (under DFM > Notification Services > Notification Group). Then, create a syslog subscription for this group, and send all of the notifications to a dedicated syslog server. The messages will be written to a flat file by the syslog daemon.
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