The file /etc/libaudit.conf contains configuration information
for user space applications that link to libaudit. The
applications are responsible for querying the settings in this
file and obeying the admin's preferences. This file contains one
configuration keyword per line, an equal sign, and then followed
by appropriate configuration information. The keywords recognized
are: failure_action. These keywords are described below.
This keyword specifies what action the admin wishes a user
space application to take when there is a failure to send
an audit event to the kernel. The possible values are:
- meaning do nothing, LOG - write to syslog the inability
to send an audit event, and TERMINATE - the user space
application should exit.
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