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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am trying to parse the audit log to find a particular date that associated with a user record. The Date and the context of the record that I need to extract from the audit.log are 11-07-2015, the username and the activity he or she performed that day.
Here is my code:
grep -c date -d... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dellanicholson
I have SLES 11 and SLES 10 servers.
I'd like to receive an alert when audit log files reach certain percentage of full.
1. Is '/etc/audit/auditd.conf' the right file to modify?
2. I'd like to receive email alert. Can I specify my email in this parameter 'action_mail_acct... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: JDBA
3. Red Hat
I'm fairly new to administering RedHat (or any Linux system for that matter), and was wondering if someone could help me work out how to best manage audit logs.
In a nutshell, this is what I need to do:
- Compress audit.log file(s) once a month and delete the originals
- The... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Seonix
4. Red Hat
I am trying to add secure and audit logs to logrotate for a client whom wants the logs for a period of 6 months, compressed/zipped weekly for auditing.
I am terrible with logrotate and since there isn't default settings for both logs, I created two new entries in my /etc/logrotate.d/... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: hedkandi
When I start the AIX(6100-06)audit subsystem.
the log will save in /audit/stream.out (or /audit/trail), but in default when /audit/stream.out to grow up to 150MB.
It will replace the original /audit/stream.out (or /audit/trail).
Then the /audit/stream.out become empty and... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: nnnnnnine
I am aware that the timestamps of the audit log files are in the following format :
file, 2011-09-13 07:40:24 .000 -4
Is there anyway that I can display the timestamps in local time format.
Thanks for the help.
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Discussion started by: chinchao
I keep encountering events in the BSM/C2 logs which shows that the audit-user who performed the event is the user (e.g. ongkk in the example below). However, the user is able to show me that he wasn't logged in at that time nor have the rights to perform the event (e.g. su in this example).... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: BERNIELEE68
i enabled audit in my server it is working fine, now i want to delete old logs from audit file ,plz find a solution for it,
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Discussion started by: spandhan
I've googled this quite a bit, and tried searching on these forums, but haven't found a solution to my problem. I wanted to inquire about AIX's audit subsystem - more specifically, how to rotate its log file.
So far I've been able to find how to rotate AIX syslog log files, and I... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: w1r3d
I got a lot of this message in my /var/audit log
how can I exclude this message?
header,127,2,invalid event number,fe,hostsol1.com.sg,2007-12-21 00:10:01.001 +08:00,argument,1,0x5,processor ID,argument
,2,0x3,flag,text,P_STATUS,subject,zhang1,root,root,root,root,18228,576129155,291 131094... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: geoffry