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Re: Should open syscall records occur without a path record?

Steve Grubb <sgrubb redhat com> writes:

> setroubleshoot is written in python and it sorts its input stream to solve 
> this in the mean time. You might look there for some example code.

I was unable to find the relevant code with a quick look, but I didn't
take much time as I knew a short script would to do the trick.  I just
sorted on the serial numbers in the audit message.  Diff'ing showed
quite a bit of motion in the sorted output.  Also, I notice that in
just one message, the msg field value does not end with a colon:

type=DAEMON_START msg=audit(1185203485.586:824) auditd start, ver=1.5.5, format=raw, auid=500 pid=24638 res=success, auditd pid=24638


#! /bin/sh

python -E -c '
import sys, re

def main():
    pattern = re.compile("\smsg=audit\(\d+\.\d+:(\d+)\):?\s")
    for line in sys.stdin:
        match = pattern.search(line)
        if not match:
            sys.stderr.write("cannot parse audit message: '\''%s'\''\n" % line)
        sys.stdout.write(match.group(1) + "\t" + line)

if __name__ == "__main__":
' | sort -n -s -k 1 | cut -f 2-

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