Configuring the /etc/default/audit file
The attributes of the audit event log file and certain audit actions are
controlled by the parameters in the
file and through the user-level command
You can use the
System Defaults Manager
to assign values to the parameters in the
``The /etc/default/audit file''
describes in detail how to use the
The parameters in the
file are intended to be used as default settings.
Each time auditing is enabled
these values are read, validated and used to establish the log file and
certain audit actions.
command provides you with the ability to override these values.
command offers the administrator the ability to
display current settings and to define
the maximum size
of a log file, the high water mark, and a location and node name of an
alternate log file which differs from the primary log file.
for more information.
The /etc/default/audit file
Displaying or changing a tunable parameter for auditing
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