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Re: [RFC][PATCH] (#6) filesystem auditing



On Wednesday 16 March 2005 11:52, Timothy R. Chavez wrote:
> So then when you do,
>
> ./auditctl -w /etc/passwd -k fk_passwd_f

Thanks David for the new kernel...I can finally test. :)

Then you get one of these in /var/log/messages, too:
Mar 17 13:09:23 localhost kernel: Pushed data on cache stack

The audit.log also does not show that a rule was entered. Adding a watch 
alters the config and a message should be sent indicating that a watch was 
added. For example, adding a normal rule causes this to show up in the logs:

type=KERNEL msg=audit(1111083333.271:0): auid 525 added an audit rule

Also, when a rule is deleted, you get this kind of message:
Mar 17 13:10:49 localhost kernel: Popped data off cache stack

These messages about the cache stack might alarm people who aren't used to 
seeing them.

-Steve


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