Re: How to log attempts to connect as a locked user account
Date: Tue, 04 Aug 2009 12:35:49 +0100
There is no concept of retention time in the Oracle built in audit trail; it is up to you to do everything such as purge, archive, manage, report....
I did a short paper on Oracle core audit for Security focus about 6 years ago but its still relevant. You can find a link in my white papers page http://www.petefinnigan.com/orasec.htm
Martin Klier wrote:
> Thanks Pete, for your reply.
> Pete Finnigan schrieb:
>> Just to add there is a session view already built into the database >> SYS.DBA_AUDIT_SESSION that limits AUD$ to just session audit logs.
> How can I configure the retention time of the audit log results? Is
> there a link/paper somewhere, or could you explain this in a few words,
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