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Re: Sucess or failure?



>From the point of view of the linux kernel, and of the audit, you have
the right to execute the cp, you don't have permission denied. So the
result is success.

Best regards

2012/7/22, Michael Mather <michael mather teksavvy com>:
> Hi,
>
> I enter the command "sudo cp qwerty /etc/xxx"
> and get the reply:  "cp: cannot stat `qwerty': No such file or directory."
>
> A number of log entries are written. The last two are, in part:
>
> type=SYSCALL success=yes
> type=EXECVE  argc=3 a0="cp" a1="qwerty" a2="/etc/xxx"
>
> My problem is with "success=yes".
>
> What is happening?
>
> Thanks - Michael Mather
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