OpenXDAS is a Novell-sponsored fully functional implementation of the OpenGroup's Distributed Auditing System standard.
|Tags||Information Management Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX|
Release Notes: This release adds a Netstream logger and a static client-side stub library which dynamically loads the openxdas client library if available.
Release Notes: This release has a new persistent file-based message cache/queue mechanism. The queue is serviced by a background thread, and the cache is disk-based so that data will not be lost in the event of a crash. The filtering facility has been implemented for filters specified in an XML format on disk. The file format will be documented in an upcoming release of the manual. Triggering capability has been added in conjunction with the filtering sub-system. When a record matches a filter with an associated system shell script, the script is executed in a background thread.
Release Notes: Bugfixes in the new threaded message queue code. Users should upgrade to this version from 0.3.183 in order to fix thread and message queue defects.
Release Notes: This version is now fully functional with 4 functional back-end logger modules, the latest of which (xdm_odbc) logs to the ODBC interface. Instructions for configuring a MySQL database are included in the README.ODBC file found in the logger subdirectory in the source distribution. This version contains a fully MSI installer, including integrated support for installing the VC8 redistributable binaries (runtime libraries). A complete self-contained Java client is now available.
Release Notes: Time offset and time zone fields are now filled in properly. Loadable logger modules are now working. Four logger modules are supplied, including file, syslog, laf, and xdas loggers. The default logger is syslog. The Linux kernel submit module is available for Linux systems that have the Light-weight Audit Framework sub-system built in. Windows registry configuration is available; properties are overridden by the xdasd.conf file. Configuration property values on Windows may contain environment variables which will be expanded as the values are read in from a file or registry.