System Administration Guide: Security Services

bsmrecord Command

The bsmrecord command displays the format of audit events that are defined in the /etc/security/audit_event file. The output includes the event's audit ID, audit class, audit flag, and the record's audit tokens in order. With no option, the bsmrecord output displays in a terminal window. With the -h option, the output is suitable for viewing in a browser. For examples of the use of the bsmrecord command, see How to Display Audit Record Formats. Also, see the bsmrecord(1M) man page.