set_aumessage_mode(3) — Linux manual page

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SET_AUMESSAGE_MODE(3)   Linux Programmer's Manual  SET_AUMESSAGE_MODE(3)

NAME         top

       set_aumessage_mode - Sets the message mode

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <libaudit.h>

       void set_aumessage_mode(message_t mode, debug_message_t debug);

DESCRIPTION         top

       set_aumessage_mode sets the location where messages are sent and
       the output of the debug messages.

       If mode=MSG_STDERR, then messages are sent to stderr. If
       mode=MSG_SYSLOG, then messages are sent to syslog. If
       mode=MSG_QUIET (default), then messages are not sent.

       If debug=DBG_YES, then debug messages are output. If debug=DBG_NO
       (default), then debug messages are not output.

EXAMPLE         top

       /* Sample code */
       set_aumessage_mode(MSG_SYSLOG, DBG_YES)

RETURN VALUE         top

       None.

SEE ALSO         top

       auditd(8), audit_open(3).

AUTHOR         top

       Debora Velarde.

COLOPHON         top

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Linux 2.6                      2004-12-01          SET_AUMESSAGE_MODE(3)