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Manual Reference Pages  -  AUDITDISTD (8)

NAME

auditdistd - Audit trail files distribution daemon

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Files
Exit Status
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

auditdistd [-dFhl] [-c config] [-P pidfile]

DESCRIPTION

The auditdistd daemon is responsible for distributing audit trail files over a TCP/IP network in a secure and reliable way.

The auditdistd daemon can be started with the following command line arguments:
-c config Specify an alternative location of the configuration file. The default location is /etc/security/auditdistd.conf. Note: the configuration file may contain passwords. Care should be taken to configure proper permissions on this file ( eg. 0600).
-d Print or log debugging information. This option can be specified multiple times to raise the verbosity level.
-F Start the auditdistd daemon in the foreground. By default auditdistd starts in the background.
-h Print the auditdistd usage message.
-l Start in a launchd-friendly mode, ie. do not use daemon(3).
-P pidfile Specify an alternative location of a file where main process PID will be stored. The default location is /var/run/auditdistd.pid.

FILES

/etc/security/auditdistd.conf
  The configuration file for auditdistd.
/var/run/auditdistd.pid The default location of the auditdistd PID file.

EXIT STATUS

Exit status is 0 on success, or one of the values described in sysexits(3) on failure.

SEE ALSO

sysexits(3), audit(4), auditdistd.conf(5), auditd(8)

AUTHORS

The auditdistd was developed by
.An Pawel Jakub Dawidek Aq pawel@dawidek.net under sponsorship of the FreeBSD Foundation.
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