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       libaudit.conf - libaudit configuration file


       The file /etc/libaudit.conf contains configuration information for user
       space  applications  that  link  to  libaudit.  The  applications   are
       responsible  for  querrying  the  settings in this file and obeying the
       admin's preferences. This file contains one configuration  keyword  per
       line,  an  equal  sign,  and then followed by appropriate configuration
       information.  The  keywords  recognized  are:  failure_action.    These
       keywords are described below.

              This keyword specifies what action the admin wishes a user space
              application to take when there is a failure  to  send  an  audit
              event to the kernel. The possible values are: IGNORE
               -  meaning  do  nothing, LOG - write to syslog the inability to
              send an audit event, and TERMINATE - the user space  application
              should exit.




       Steve Grubb

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