audit in jail
mamalos at eng.auth.gr
Fri Mar 2 17:03:00 UTC 2012
On 03/02/12 18:17, George Mamalakis wrote:
> And one more thing with respect to this issue. Since I realized that
> probably I won't be able to run audit within a jail, I tried to
> continue with my work from outside the jail. What I need is to audit
> some system users (like www) inside my jails and do stuff with their
> audit trails. In order to be able to audit www's actions, I downloaded
> setaudit from http://www.freebsd.org/~csjp/setaudit.c which allows
> this functionality. setaudit works fine from outside my jails, but
> when I run it from within a jail, I get the following error again:
> [root at in-jail] # setaudit -awww -mfr /bin/ls
> setaudit: setaudit_addr: Function not implemented
> Is there, at least, some
> easy/secure/not-whole-system-configuration-changing way to start
> apache from within a jail to be able to audit his actions from outside
> the jail?
> Thank you all in advance, once more.
OK, found it!
I am running:
[root at out-of-jail] setaudit -awww -m fr,fw,fa,fm,fc,fd,cl jexec 6
/usr/local/bin/sudo -u www /usr/local/sbin/apachectl startssl
from outside the jails and it works like a charm! Nasty, but at least
Thank you all anyway!
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Electrical and Computer Engineer (Aristotle Un. of Thessaloniki),
MSc (Imperial College of London)
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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