ausearch_add_regex adds one search condition based on a regular
expression to the current audit search expression. The search
conditions can then be used to scan logs, files, or buffers for
something of interest. The regular expression follows the posix
extended regular expression conventions, and is matched against the
full record (without interpreting field values).
If an existing search expression E is already defined, this function
replaces it by (E&& this_regexp).
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