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The Logical Domains Manager uses the Oracle Solaris OS auditing feature to examine the history of actions and events that have occurred on your control domain. The history is kept in a log of what was done, when it was done, by whom, and what was affected.
You can enable and disable the auditing feature based on the version of the Oracle Solaris OS that runs on your system, as follows:
Oracle Solaris 11 Express OS. Use the audit command. See the audit(1M) man page and the Oracle Solaris 11 Express version of System Administration Guide: Security Services.
These customizations are preserved across Oracle Solaris upgrades, but should be re-added after a fresh Oracle Solaris installation.
# audit -s
# auditconfig -getcond
If the auditing software is running, audit condition = auditing appears in the output.
# /etc/security/bsmunconv Are you sure you want to continue? [y/n] y This script is used to disable the Basic Security Module (BSM). Shall we continue the reversion to a non-BSM system now? [y/n] y bsmunconv: INFO: removing c2audit:audit_load from /etc/system. bsmunconv: INFO: stopping the cron daemon. The Basic Security Module has been disabled. Reboot this system now to come up without BSM.
# audit -t
# auditconfig -getcond audit condition = noaudit
# auditreduce -c vs | praudit # auditreduce -c vs -a 20060502000000 | praudit
Rotating the audit logs closes the current audit file and opens a new one in the current audit directory.