Managing audit files and directories
Audit data is divided into sessions, with a new session started each
time auditing is stopped and started once again.
Audit data is examinined or manipulated by session number.
These tasks are related to file management:
An audit session consists of a session log file and a group of compaction
files generated between an enable and disable of the audit subsystem. Each
collection file and compaction file created during a session is uniquely
numbered with the session in which it was created.
When sessions are
completed, only the log file and the compaction files remain.
The file maintenance functions
examine which sessions are still on the system and let you
remove sessions no longer wanted.
Listing audit sessions
Adjusting audit performance parameters
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003