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    Command:

    zos-remote.conf

    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           zos-remote.conf    controls    the    configuration    for   the   aud-
           ispd-zos-remote(8) Audit dispatcher plugin. The  default  location  for
           this file is /etc/audisp/zos-remote.conf, however, a different file can
           be specified as the first argument to  the  audispd-zos-remote  plugin.
           See  audispd-zos-remote(8) and auditd(8).  The options available are as
           follows:
    
           server This is the IBM z/OS ITDS server hostname or IP address
    
           port   The port number where  ITDS  is  running  on  the  z/OS  server.
                  Default is 389 (ldap port)
    
           user   The  z/OS  RACF user ID which the audispd-zos-remote plugin will
                  use to perform Remote  Audit  requests.  This  user  needs  READ
                  access  to  FACILITY  Class  resource IRR.LDAP.REMOTE.AUDIT (See
                  audispd-zos-remote(8)).
    
           password
                  The password associated the the z/OS user ID configured above.
    
           timeout
                  The number in seconds that audispd-zos-remote plugin  will  wait
                  before  giving  up in connection attempts and event submissions.
                  The default value is 15
    
           q_depth
                  The audispd-zos-remote plugin will queue inputed events  to  the
                  maximum of q_depth events while trying to submit those remotely.
                  This can handle burst of events or in case  of  a  slow  network
                  connection.  However,  the  audispd-zos-remote  plugin will drop
                  events in case the queue is full. The default queue depth is  64
                  -  Increase  this  value in case you are experiencing event drop
                  due to full queue (audispd-zos-remote will log this to  syslog).
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           audispd-zos-remote(8)
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           Klaus Heinrich Kiwi <klausk@br.ibm.com>
    
    
    

    IBM Oct 2007 ZOS-REMOTE.CONF(5)

    
    
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