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PRAUDIT(1)              FreeBSD General Commands Manual             PRAUDIT(1)

     praudit -- print the contents of audit trail files

     praudit [-lrs] [-d del] [file ...]

     The praudit utility prints the contents of the audit trail files to the
     standard output in human-readable form.  If no filename is specified, the
     standard input is used by default.

     The options are as follows:

     -l      Prints the entire record on the same line.  If this option is not
             specified, every token is displayed on a different line.

     -r      Prints the records in their raw, numeric form.  This option is
             exclusive from -s

     -s      Prints the tokens in their short form.  Short text representa-
             tions for record and event type are displayed.  This option is
             exclusive from -r

     -d del  Specifies the delimiter.  The default delimiter is the comma.

     If the raw or short forms are not specified, the default is to print the
     tokens in their long form.  Events are displayed as per their descrip-
     tions given in /etc/security/audit_event; uids and gids are expanded to
     their names; dates and times are displayed in human-readable format.

     /etc/security/audit_class    Descriptions of audit event classes
     /etc/security/audit_event    Descriptions of audit events

     audit_class(5), audit_event(5)

     This software was created by McAfee Research, the security research divi-
     sion of McAfee, Inc., under contract to Apple Computer Inc.  Additional
     authors include Wayne Salamon, Robert Watson, and SPARTA Inc.

     The Basic Security Module (BSM) interface to audit records and audit
     event stream format were defined by Sun Microsystems.

     The OpenBSM implementation was created by McAfee Research, the security
     division of McAfee Inc., under contract to Apple Computer Inc. in 2004.
     It was subsequently adopted by the TrustedBSD Project as the foundation
     for the OpenBSM distribution.

FreeBSD 6.2                    January 24, 2004                    FreeBSD 6.2


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