AS/400 sample audit logs

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Hi team, would someone share the sample audit logs of AS/400 device.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    DSPAUDLOG is a command that can help you to display audit logs. Keep in mind, security auditing function must be set up before going to use this command. Not sure, but perhaps you are in a learning system. To get better knowledge, please read more from this reference, 'Mastering the AS/400: A Practical, Hands-on Guide' by Jerry Fottral
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  • ToddN2000
    Are you looking for things like journaling logs or system logs, error logs?
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  • TheRealRaven
    It's not clear what you mean by "share the sample audit logs".

    First, which "audit logs" are you looking for? There are many possible "logs" that are common to many systems but not necessarily to your system. And are you interested in actual "log files" or do you really mean some set of journal entries? If you're asking about journal entries, did you want a normal database journal or a system audit journal?

    Second, if you want journal entries, how would you want them to be given to you? We could e-mail you a savefile containing a journal receiver, but you wouldn't be able to use it. You have a different system, so the entries wouldn't be applicable on your system. You couldn't even effectively restore that receiver because you don't have the journal that the receiver came from.

    Journal entries could be extracted into a database format, and the resulting database file file could be saved and e-mailed. That wouldn't require much more than knowing what OS version you have as well as what journal format you want. Of course, there might not be many sites that will be willing to send off security audit journal entries from one of their systems to a stranger across the Internet; but it's possible.

    A database version of audit entries isn't quite the same as entries that are actually received directly from a journal, but it might not matter. It could depend on what you want the entries for.

    For most purposes. it's not clear why you don't simply review entries from your own system. Surely that's better than anything others could send. Is there an issue you need help with?
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