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Audit

Displays the audit log, showing details about every command executed.  To enable auditing, see the config option audit-commands.  The audit log cannot be removed or changed.

$ hb audit [-c backupdir] [-a]

With the -a option, the entire audit log is displayed.  Otherwise, only the last 5 entries are displayed.

The init, clear, and upgrade commands cannot be audited: the init and clear commands initialize the database (and therefore the audit log), and the upgrade command is not associated with a particular backup, so there is no database to save audit information.

Example


    [jim@mb]$ hb audit -c hb
    Backup directory: /Users/jim/hb
    Showing recent history

    Started: Mon 2012-11-19 15:40:26
    Build: 764
    Uid: 501 (jim)
    Gid: 20 (staff)
    Working dir: /Users/jim
    Command: backup -c hb doc
    Finished: Mon 2012-11-19 15:40:27
    Exitcode: 0

    Started: Mon 2012-11-19 15:40:32
    Build: 764
    Uid: 501 (jim)
    Gid: 20 (staff)
    Working dir: /Users/jim
    Command: ls -c hb
    Finished: Mon 2012-11-19 15:40:32
    Exitcode: 0

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