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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Using BART (Task Map)

Task

Description

For Instructions

Create a manifest.

Obtain a manifest that lists information about every file that is installed on a system.

How to Create a Manifest

Create a custom manifest.

Obtain a manifest that lists information about specific files that are installed on a system in one of the following ways:

  • By specifying a subtree

  • By specifying a file name

  • By using a rules file

How to Customize a Manifest

Compare manifests for the same system over time. Or, compare manifests for different systems with a control system manifest.

Obtain a report that compares changes to a system over time. Or, obtain a report that compares one or several systems to control system.

How to Compare Manifests for the Same System Over Time

How to Compare Manifests From a Different System With the Manifest of a Control System

(Optional) Customize a BART report.

Obtain a custom BART report in one of the following ways:

  • By specifying attributes.

  • By using a rules file.

How to Customize a BART Report by Specifying File Attributes

How to Customize a BART Report by Using a Rules File

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