auditctl prints "No rules" when auditd service is starting
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 systemd: Starting Security Auditing Service...The same "auditctl [ ] No rules" is shown when checking auditd service status information with: "systemctl status auditd.service", even though "auditctl -l" lists available rules.
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 auditd: Started dispatcher: /sbin/audispd pid: 2714
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 kernel: audit: type=1305 audit(1520449830.345:2): audit_pid=2712 old=0 auid=4294967295 ses=4294967295 res=1
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 audispd: priority_boost_parser called with: 4
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 audispd: max_restarts_parser called with: 10
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 audispd: No plugins found, exiting
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 auditd: Init complete, auditd 2.3.6 listening for events (startup state enable)
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 auditctl: No rules
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 auditctl: AUDIT_STATUS: enabled=1 flag=1 pid=2712 rate_limit=0 backlog_limit=320 lost=0 backlog=1
Mar 07 11:10:30 linux-t2o9 systemd: Started Security Auditing Service.
The default audit.rules file (/etc/audit/audit.rules) contains the following lines:
# First rule - delete all -DThe auditctl source code shows that auditctl lists rules after deleting them, so the message reports that '-D' was successful.
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- Creation Date: 07-Mar-2018
- Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
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