AUPARSE_RESET(3) Linux Audit API AUPARSE_RESET(3)NAME
auparse_reset - reset audit parser instance
int auparse_reset(auparse_state_t *au);
auparse_reset resets all internal cursors to the beginning. It closes files and descriptors.
Returns -1 if an error occurs; otherwise, 0 for success.
SEE ALSO auparse_init(3), auparse_destroy(3).
Red Hat Feb 2007 AUPARSE_RESET(3)
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AUPARSE_INIT(3) Linux Audit API AUPARSE_INIT(3)NAME
auparse_init - initialize an instance of the audit parsing library
auparse_state_t *auparse_init(ausource_t source, const void *b);
auparse_init initializes an instance of the audit parsing library. The function returns an opaque pointer to the parser's internal state.
It is used in subsequent calls to the library so. The source variable determines where the library looks for data. Legal values can be:
AUSOURCE_LOGS - use audit logs
AUSOURCE_FILE - use a file
AUSOURCE_FILE_ARRAY - use several files
AUSOURCE_BUFFER - use a buffer
AUSOURCE_BUFFER_ARRAY - use an array of buffers
AUSOURCE_DESCRIPTOR - use a particular descriptor
AUSOURCE_FILE_POINTER - use a stdio FILE pointer
AUSOURCE_FEED - feed data to parser with auparse_feed()
The pointer 'b' is used to set the file name, array of filenames, the buffer address, or an array of pointers to buffers, or the descriptor
number based on what source is given. When the data source is an array of files or buffers, you would create an array of pointers with the
last one being a NULL pointer. Buffers should be NUL terminated.
Returns a NULL pointer if an error occurs; otherwise, the return value is an aopaque pointer to the parser's internal state.
SEE ALSO auparse_reset(3), auparse_destroy(3). auparse_feed(3).
Red Hat Feb 2007 AUPARSE_INIT(3)
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