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Audit Logs

Is it required to activate the audit log in production? If not, are there other tools/reports that can provide similar data? BTW, I'm using ECC6.

If I were to activate this, what things should I be aware of in configuring SM19? Are there any parameters that need to be changed? What should I do with the logs? Should I be checking the logs everyday? Do these logs take a lot of space? Can these logs be deleted?

I know I still have a lot to learn being a newbie to this so I really appreciate all your replies.

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:25 AM


    check these links

    FAQ: Answers to questions about the Security Audit Log SAP Note Number: 539404

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:32 AM

    Hi Bliss,

    if you use the search function in this Forum (for instance use 'Audit Log' as search item), you will find the answers to your questions....


    b.rgds, Bernhard

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      Hi ,

      you need to refer to documentation for optimum performance

      This note - 451960 will give AIS role concept and Installation recommendation

      and just for information following profile parameters need to be set to activate the AIS.

      Profile Parameter Description

      rsau/local/file This parameter defines names and locations of the audit files. (This was an optional parameter starting with 4.6C. It no longer exists in Web Application Server 6.30.)

      rsau/max_diskspace/local This parameter defines the maximum space to allocate for the audit files.

      rsau/selection_slots This parameter defines the number of filters to allow for the security audit log.

      still you have to refer to full documentation


      santosh kumar

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