AUPARSE_FLUSH_FEED(3) Linux Audit API AUPARSE_FLUSH_FEED(3)NAME
auparse_flush_feed - flush any unconsumed feed data through parser.
int auparse_feed(auparse_state_t *au);
au The audit parse state
auparse_flush_feed should be called to signal the end of feed input data and flush any pending parse data through the parsing system.
Returns -1 if an error occurs; otherwise, 0 for success.
SEE ALSO auparse_feed(3)AUTHOR
Red Hat May 2007 AUPARSE_FLUSH_FEED(3)
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AUPARSE_ADD_CALLBACK(3) Linux Audit API AUPARSE_ADD_CALLBACK(3)NAME
auparse_add_callback - add a callback handler for notifications
auparse_add_callback(auparse_state_t *au, auparse_callback_ptr callback,
void *user_data, user_destroy user_destroy_func);
auparse_add_callback adds a callback function to the parse state which is invoked to notify the application of parsing events.
The signature of the callback is:
auparse_callback(auparse_state_t *au, auparse_cb_event_t cb_event_type,
When the callback is invoked it is passed:
a pointer to the parse_state
enumerated value indicating the reason why the callback was invoked
pointer to user supplied private data. May be NULL.
pointer to function called when user_data is destroyed. May be NULL. The signature is:
void destroy(void *user_data);
The destroy() function should be prepared to accept user_data possibly being NULL.
The cb_event_type argument indicates why the callback was invoked. It's possible values are:
A complete event has been parsed and is ready to be examined. This is logically equivalent to the parse state immediately following
See auparse_feed(3) for a complete code example.
Returns the previous callback pointer.
SEE ALSO auparse_feed(3), auparse_flush_feed(3).
Red Hat May 2007 AUPARSE_ADD_CALLBACK(3)
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