System Administration Guide: Security Services

Solaris Audit Service

The Solaris audit service, auditd, is configured by using the following auditconfig subcommands:

The auditconfig -t subcommand command creates a temporary, or active, value. Without the -t option, the values are persistent, or configured. For more information, see the auditconfig(1M) man page.

The bsmconv command enables the audit service initially. The service is stopped and restarted by using the audit -t and audit -s commands, respectively. The bsmunconv command disables the service permanently.

For more information, see the audit(1M), auditconfig(1M), and bsmconv(1M) man pages.