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Re: patch update to ~51



On Thursday 02 June 2005 11:13, Timothy R. Chavez wrote:
> Yes, that problem has been addressed and should no longer be the behavior
> in audit.52.  Rename()'ing a directory does not destroy its watchlist.

This is fixed...but there's still problems.

mv /mnt/target/etc/passwd /mnt/target/etc/passwd.old
mv /mnt/target/etc /mnt/target/etc-old
auditctl -D
Error sending list request (No such file or directory)
NLMSG_ERROR 2 (No such file or directory) type=2 seq=3
No watches
AUDIT_WATCH_LIST: dev=3:9, path=/mnt/target/etc/passwd, filterkey=test, 
perms=rwea, valid=0

When a rule is asked to be deleted, and it matches a rule in the master list, 
it should be deleted even if the path is no longer valid.

Also when I access the file in the new name and new dir, no records are 
generated. When I make either a mv dir or mv file (but not both), records are 
generated.

Also, anytime I set file watches and reboot, I get a message about unfreed 
inodes will self destruct in 5 seconds...

> Have you tried toe latest update?

I just found it was available.

-Steve


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