cleanup task

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how can we find who have given the cleanup task?

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  • deepu9321
    Cleanup task?? Doesnt it containing Joblog? How this Task has been submitted? Pradeep.
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  • AndreaF
    You will get much better answers to your questions if you add in more details. This is so vague, it could be asking who the janitor in your building is.
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  • Rajasekhar15
    cleanup task has been done using the command go cleanup, someone has scheduled it, if make change of, again some has change it....when i check log, it simply says....CLEANUP TASK STARTED
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  • jinteik
    or u can ask the user is the best
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  • Rajasekhar15
    WHO WILL ACCEPT IT , THAT I HAVE DONE IT..., WE HAVE TO FIND IT....., IT THAT POSSIBLE....
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  • TomLiotta
    It depends on what your system has been told to keep track of. If your system is set up appropriately, display the system audit journal. Request all journal entries with code 'T' and type 'SM' within the timeframe that you are interested in. Review the Security Reference for your operating system version. Look in Appendix F (or topic 'Layout of audit journal entries') to see the description of T/SM (Systems Management Change) journal entries. In particular, look at subtype 'C' for access to cleanup options. Tom
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