Onaudit

Onaudit

Post by Weallans, Malcol » Wed, 09 Jul 2003 22:45:10



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I am investigating the use on onaudit.  The documentation refers to the
_default, _require, and _exclude masks.  Is there any way in which I can
find out what these masks are set to.

In a recent test I removed all user masks and ran the system for a short
period.  There was a large amount of information recorded to the audit file,
so I assume that there are many settings in _default but what they are is
the big question.

Any help appreciated as usual

Malcolm

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><font size=3D2 face=3DArial><span =
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documentation refers to the _default, _require, and _exclude =
masks.&nbsp; Is
there any way in which I can find out what these masks are set =
to.</span></font></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><font size=3D2 face=3DArial><span =
style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;
font-family:Arial'>In a recent test I removed all user masks and ran =
the system
for a short period.&nbsp; There was a large amount of information =
recorded to
the audit file, so I assume that there are many settings in _default =
but what
they are is the big question.</span></font></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><font size=3D2 face=3DArial><span =
style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;
font-family:Arial'>Any help appreciated as usual</span></font></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><font size=3D2 face=3DArial><span =
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Post by Mark D. Stoc » Thu, 10 Jul 2003 00:49:28



> I am investigating the use on onaudit.  The documentation refers to the
> _default, _require, and _exclude masks.  Is there any way in which I can
> find out what these masks are set to.

The template masks are treated like users masks, so you can display them
using:

onaudit -o -u _default

or to display all masks:

onaudit -o

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Post by Weallans, Malcol » Thu, 10 Jul 2003 01:09:46


That doesn't happen here.  When I do onaudit -o I get nothing.  But if I
create a mask using a role it does display the mask.  Reading the manual I
expected to be able to edit the _default, _require, and _exclude templates
but I can't see them.  
We are running IDS 9.30.HC4 on HPUX 11
Regards

Malcolm

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> I am investigating the use on onaudit.  The documentation refers to the
> _default, _require, and _exclude masks.  Is there any way in which I can
> find out what these masks are set to.

The template masks are treated like users masks, so you can display them
using:

onaudit -o -u _default

or to display all masks:

onaudit -o

Cheers,
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Mark.

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Post by Mark D. Stoc » Thu, 10 Jul 2003 01:18:49



> That doesn't happen here.  When I do onaudit -o I get nothing.  But if I
> create a mask using a role it does display the mask.  Reading the manual I
> expected to be able to edit the _default, _require, and _exclude templates
> but I can't see them.  

Yes, that's right, you should be able to.

Quote:> We are running IDS 9.30.HC4 on HPUX 11

I guess it's time to contact tech support and see if there are any known
issues with that version.

Cheers,
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Mark.

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Post by Rajib Sarka » Thu, 10 Jul 2003 01:35:52


Use onaudit -o -u <username> and it'll print out the audit masks set for
the user. If only _default has been used for the user it'll show the masks
included in the _default template.

On 9.30.FC2 I get the following:

INF9.30.FC2W2-/prods1/9.30.FC2W2/bin> onaudit -o -u rsarkar
Onaudit -- Audit Subsystem Configuration Utility
 Copyright (C) Informix Software, Inc., 1997

rsarkar                                 -
FDROP,FDRSN,FRDRW,FGRFR,FSTRL,FONMN,FRNDB,FONPL,FCRDM,FDRRT,FCRDT,FRNIX

Thanx much,

Rajib Sarkar
Advisory Support Engineer (RAS)
IBM Data Management Group
Ph :  (602)-217-2100
Fax:  (602)-217-2100

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I am investigating the use on onaudit.  The documentation refers to the
_default, _require, and _exclude masks.  Is there any way in which I can
find out what these masks are set to.
In a recent test I removed all user masks and ran the system for a short
period.  There was a large amount of information recorded to the audit
file, so I assume that there are many settings in _default but what they
are is the big question.
Any help appreciated as usual
Malcolm

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