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Re: No audit records on FC5-t3 when arch is specified



On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 04:18:23PM -0600, Loulwa Salem wrote:
> Hi,
> I just fresh installed a FC5-t3 (2.6.15-1.1955_FC5) on a ppc64 system 
> and noticed the following behavior with auditctl:
> 
> Inserting an audit rule in following manner works (ie. there is 
> record for rule addition, and it generates a record when the syscall 
> is executed)
> 	auditctl -a action,list -S syscall
> 
> However, the following does not work (ie. there is a record that a 
> rule was added in log, but no record is generated when syscall is 
> executed)
> 	auditctl -a action,list -F arch=b32 -S syscall	or
> 	auditctl -a action,list -F arch=b64 -S syscall
> 
> The version of auditctl on the system is audit-1.1.4-5.1
> 
> Michael tried this on an i386 FC5-t3 and he sees the same problem. 
> But on an i386 with latest lspp.10 kernel everything works fine.
> 
> Has anyone experienced this problem?

I just experienced the same problem when specifying a rule with the
'inode' field.  I suspect this is because the support for the new
operators was added to auditctl in audit-1.1.1 and does not exist in
the FC5-t3 kernel.  If you downgrade your audit packages to the
1.0 stream, do you still see the problem?

Amy


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