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RedHat Session Logging

Hi guys.

Solaris has a way of logging sessions of any user connected to the server via ssh. Session logs are saved in /var/tmp/session_log on any Solaris machine.

How can we achieve the same on Linux Redhat ???

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Have you looked at /var/log/secure? I am not in front of a Red Hat system at the moment but I believe that this is what RHEL uses.
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