These tasks are related to directory maintenance:
You can improve the system's performance by placing the audit directories on a filesystem that resides on a different physical device from the rest of the filesystems. This reduces competition for disk resources. Also, auditing requires large amounts of space, even with compaction. The subsystem warns you when disk space is low, and it eventually disables auditing if the free space of a filesystem is too low. For this reason, multiple directories are supported by the subsystem and the daemon. If an error occurs in writing to a directory or if space is exhausted, the subsystem and the daemon attempt to use alternate directories to continue.
In the Audit Manager, select Collection Directories List.
You see a list of the current audit directories.
In the Audit Manager, select Collection Directories Create. Enter each filename as an absolute pathname. There is no limit on the number of directories you may specify.
You also have the option of adding the directory to the list of available directories used by the audit subsystem:
In the Audit Manager, select Collection Directories Delete. Enter the directory to be deleted. Press <F3> for a list.
In the Audit Manager, select Collection Directories Add. Enter the directories as absolute pathnames.
You can also add an existing directory to the list used by the audit subsystem. Directories are used in the order listed. A new entry can either be inserted into the list or placed at the end. When you are asked to select the directory entry to be added to the list and specify the placement, select At End or Insert.
In the Audit Manager, select Collection Directories Remove. Select the entry to be removed. Press <F3> for a list. This removes an audit directory entry from the list of available directories.