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getauclassnam_r(3bsm) [freebsd man page]

getauclassent(3BSM)                                                                                                            getauclassent(3BSM)

getauclassent, getauclassnam, setauclass, endauclass, getauclassnam_r, getauclassent_r - get audit_class entry SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lbsm -lsocket -lnsl [ library... ] #include <sys/param.h> #include <bsm/libbsm.h> struct au_class_ent *getauclassnam( const char *name); struct au_class_ent *getauclassnam_r( au_class_ent_t *class_int, const char *name); struct au_class_ent *getauclassent( void); struct au_class_ent *getauclassent_r( au_class_ent_t *class_int); void setauclass( void); void endauclass( void); The getauclassent() function and getauclassnam() each return an audit_class entry. The getauclassnam() function searches for an audit_class entry with a given class name name. The getauclassent() function enumerates audit_class entries. Successive calls to getauclassent() return either successive audit_class entries or NULL. The setauclass() function ``rewinds'' to the beginning of the enumeration of audit_class entries. Calls to getauclassnam() may leave the enumeration in an indeterminate state, so setauclass() should be called before the first getauclassent(). The endauclass() may be called to indicate that audit_class processing is complete; the system may then close any open audit_class file, deallocate storage, and so forth. The getauclassent_r() and getauclassnam_r() functions both return a pointer to an audit_class entry as do their similarly named counter- parts. They each take an additional argument, a pointer to pre-allocated space for an au_class_ent_t, which is returned if the call is successful. To assure there is enough space for the information returned, the applications programmer should be sure to allocate AU_CLASS_NAME_MAX and AU_CLASS_DESC_MAX bytes for the ac_name and ac_desc members of the au_class_ent_t data structure. The internal representation of an audit_user entry is an au_class_ent structure defined in <bsm/libbsm.h> with the following members: char *ac_name; au_class_t ac_class; char *ac_desc; The getauclassnam() and getauclassnam_r() functions return a pointer to a au_class_ent structure if they successfully locate the requested entry. Otherwise they return NULL. The getauclassent() and getauclassent_r() functions return a pointer to a au_class_ent structure if they successfully enumerate an entry. Otherwise they return NULL, indicating the end of the enumeration. /etc/security/audit_class file that aps audit class numbers to audit class names See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe with exceptions. | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ All of the functions described on this man-page are MT-Safe except getauclassent() and getauclassnam, which are Unsafe. The getau- classent_r() and getauclassnam_r() functions have the same functionality as the Unsafe functions, but have a slightly different function call interface to make them MT-Safe. bsmconv(1M), audit_class(4), audit_event(4), attributes(5) All information is contained in a static area, so it must be copied if it is to be saved. The functionality described on this manual page is available only if the Basic Security Module (BSM) has been enabled. See bsmconv(1M) for more information. 31 Mar 2005 getauclassent(3BSM)
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