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Output of aureport in columns



Hi,

I have managed to find an easy way to put the output of aureport into
neat columns. For example:

aureport -i -f | sed 's/=====/==== /g' | column -t

However, if I combine this with ausearch, as in:

ausearch -k ROOT |aureport -i -f | sed .....

then some lines come out properly and some have extra data that shifts
everything off. For example, here are two successive lines from the
output. The first has 9 fields and the second 15:

311. 12-07-12 16:21:03 /proc/self/loginuid open yes /usr/bin/sudo mm 597
312. 12-07-12 16:21:03 (null) inode=970 dev=08:01 mode=0100755 ouid=0
ogid=0 rdev=00:00 execve yes /sbin/aureport root 599

What is happening?

Thanks - Michael Mather
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