Originally Posted by Tinkster
Sorry, I think you'll need to be somewhat more descriptive. Do you
want to log user activity on a database level? Which RDBMS are you
using? If logged in users access files via apache there's no simple
Linux way to know which user accessed which flat file.
Using kernel auditing you may be able to track file accesses, and
by comparing that to whatever logging your web application offers
regarding user activities.
thanks for you reply, what i need is that we create a service user that have permission to access specific folder
in ubuntu, if we set permission for that user as owner and can R/W to the folder, we are unable to get return
needed data, when we set the permission for other user to R/W then data can be retrived, so we need to track which user
is succuful access the file and which is getting deny in case of our service user we need to prove it get deny or not.
we verify the apache log and it's showing page has been accessed fine, but permission level on the disk we don't know.
i had a look at /etc/syslog.conf and found it's changed to rsyslog.conf, but still unable to configure such config to get
your help is appreciated.