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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Solaris Auditing (Task Map)

The following task map points to the major tasks that are required to manage auditing. The tasks are ordered.

Task

Description

For Instructions

1. Plan for auditing

Contains configuration issues to decide before you configure the auditing service.

Planning Solaris Auditing (Task Map)

2. Configure audit files

Defines which events, classes, and users require auditing.

Configuring Audit Files (Task Map)

3. Configure and enable auditing

Configures each host for disk space and other auditing service requirements. Then, starts the auditing service.

Configuring and Enabling the Auditing Service (Task Map)

On a host that has installed non-global zones, configure one auditing service for the system, or one auditing service per zone.

Configuring the Auditing Service in Zones (Tasks)

4. Manage audit records

Collects and analyzes the audit data.

Managing Audit Records (Task Map)

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