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Re: Filtering out non-interactive users



On Wednesday, January 19, 2011 09:01:55 am PJB wrote:
> > That should work unless the is a 32 bit bug everyone has missed or you
> > have another  rule preventing the logging. If you do cat
> > /proc/self/loginuid, do you get a number > 0? Also, if you use
> > auid!=4294967295, does that work?
> 
> The loginuid is 4294967295. If I pass '-F auid!=4294967295' into the
> filters, when I run 'auditctl -l' the rules are listed, but each one has
> 'auid=2147483647 (0x7fffffff)'. I get log entries then, but they are all
> tagged with auid 4294967295. Is this proper or did I stumble upon a bug
> after all?

That is a 32 bit bug. I'm looking at how best to solve this. Probably all variants of 
uid and gid are affected by this.

-Steve


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