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-F dir=/nfs/path ?



How does auditd perform on a rule like the following, assuming that
/home/ is an nfs mount?

-a exit,always -F arch=b64 -S open -F dir=/home/ -F a2&2 -F success=1
-C euid!=obj_uid -k

Does this become a watch rule (and to watch rules even work with nfs)?
Assuming that the mount map for /home/ is giant (several K entries),
does this run the risk of filling fsnotify (inotify?) watch lists?

Cheers,
peter

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Peter Moody      Google    1.650.253.7306
Security Engineer  pgp:0xC3410038


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