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Re: Audit Log not capturing access to security related files



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Starr,

The default rule set that comes with RHEL5 will not function properly on
a 32 bit system.  It will, however, function properly on a 64 bit system.

If you have a mix of architectures, this may be your problem.

To fix it for the 32 bit systems, try the following:

sed -e '/arch=b64/d' /etc/audit/audit.rules > audit.rules.32

and use the resulting file as your primary audit rule set.

Trevor

On 11/25/2009 11:57 AM, Starr-Renee Corbin wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I am required (by NISPOM) to audit access to security related files.  I
> am essentially using the nispom audit.rules provided by rhel5 to
> accomplish this.
> 
> However, some of my systems are capturing access to /etc/shadow and some
> of my systems are not (when looking in /var/log/audit/audit.log.
> 
> Worried that I might have differing audit.rules files between the
> systems I have even copied the audit.rules file from systems that were
> auditing right to systems that were not.  But this has not resolved the
> auditing problem.
> 
> HELP!
> 
> Thank you!
> 
> Starr
> 
> 
> 
> 
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