Record all commands users typed when login?

Record all commands users typed when login?

Post by din » Sat, 10 Jun 1995 04:00:00

    In Solaris 2.4, I heard people said we can start one function
    to record all commands from users when login.

    Anyone know what is this function or just one command?
    Please tell me, Thanks very much.


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1. Command which root typed is recorded?


This can be a stupid question but I still want to know.
If I login as a root or do su, thus all the commands I typed in
are recorded in somewhere? It can be convenient in case
something goes wrong and I can trace what I did and it can
be much easier to fix that problem.


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