The Logical Domains Manager uses the Oracle Solaris OS Basic Security module (BSM) auditing capability. BSM auditing provides the means to examine the history of actions and events on your control domain to determine what happened. The history is kept in a log of what was done, when it was done, by whom, and what was affected.
To enable and disable this auditing capability, use the Oracle Solaris OS bsmconv(1M) and bsmunconv(1M) commands. This section also includes tasks that show how to verify the auditing capability, print audit output, and rotate audit logs. You can find further information about BSM auditing in the Solaris 10 System Administration Guide: Security Services.
For more information about this command, see the bsmconv(1M) man page.
# auditconfig -getcond
For more information about this command, see the bsmunconv(1M) man page.