auditd stops sending audit messages of NFS share
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 all service packs
-w /sap -p rwxa -k sap-nfs
However when the share is unmounted and mounted again, no more logs are recorded and the following message is seen
audit: type=1305 : op=remove_rule dir="/sap" key="sap-nfs" list=4 res=1
[Unit] RequiresMountsFor=/sap BindsTo=sap.mount [Service] Type=oneshot RemainAfterExit=yes ExecStart=/bin/sh -c "/usr/sbin/auditctl -w /sap -p rwxa -k sap-nfs || true" [Install] WantedBy=sap.mount
systemctl enable --now on-sap-nfs-mount
With that, auditctl is executed to reload the rules for the NFS share that is being mounted back.
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- Document ID:000021145
- Creation Date: 28-Sep-2023
- Modified Date:28-Sep-2023
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