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Note:In an Oracle database that has migrated to unified auditing, the setting of this parameter has no effect.
AUDIT_SYS_OPERATIONS enables or disables the auditing of top-level operations, which are SQL statements directly issued by users when connecting with the
SYSOPER privileges. (SQL statements run from within PL/SQL procedures or functions are not considered top-level.) The audit records are written to the operating system's audit trail. The audit records will be written in XML format if the
AUDIT_TRAIL initialization parameter is set to
On UNIX platforms, if the
AUDIT_SYSLOG_LEVEL parameter has also been set, then it overrides the
AUDIT_TRAIL parameter and SYS audit records are written to the system audit log using the
In a CDB, the scope of the settings for this initialization parameter is the CDB. Although the audit trail is provided per PDB in a CDB, this initialization parameter cannot be configured for individual PDBs.