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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Configuring and Enabling the Auditing Service (Task Map)

The following task map points to procedures for configuring and enabling the auditing service. The tasks are ordered.



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1. (Optional) Change the audit configuration files

Selects which events, classes, and users require auditing.

Configuring Audit Files (Task Map)

2. Create audit partitions

Creates disk space for the audit files, and protects them with file permissions.

How to Create Partitions for Audit Files

3. Create the audit_warn alias

Defines who should get email warnings when the auditing service needs attention.

How to Configure the audit_warn Email Alias

4. (Optional) Change audit policy

Defines additional audit data that your site requires.

How to Configure Audit Policy

5. Configure auditing in non-global zones

Enable non-global zones to collect auditing records

Configuring the Auditing Service in Zones (Tasks)

6. Enable auditing

Turns on the auditing service.

How to Enable the Auditing Service

When perzone auditing is turned on, enables auditing in a non-global zone.

Example 30-18

7. (Optional) Disable auditing

Turns off the auditing service.

How to Disable the Auditing Service

When perzone auditing is turned on, disables auditing in a non-global zone.

Example 30-23

8. (Optional) Reread auditing configuration changes

Reads audit configuration changes into the kernel while the auditd daemon is running.

How to Update the Auditing Service

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