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    SAFESFS SFS Request Audit Record Format



For SFS object authorization request calls:
----0----1----1----2----2----3----3----4----4
....5....0....5....0....5....0....5....0....5
ABBCDEMMDDYYHHMMSSReqid...ReqGrp..AltId...Object ...

Field

Type/Length

Description

A

CL1

First byte of SFS processing code. {B,C}

B

CL2

SFS File pool request code. See SFS Administration manual for a list of SFS request codes and their meanings.

C

CL1

Object type {F,A,D,E,U}

D

CL1

Action requested {R,W,B,M,A,D,U,C,E,X,S}

E

CL1

RC from evaluation {R,W,E,B,C,D,N}

MMDDYY

CL6

Date

HHMMSS

CL6

Time

ReqId

CL8

Requesting userid.

ReqGrp

CL8

Requesting userid's ACIGROUP.

AltId

CL8

Alternate id passed by SFS.

Object

CL160

Object affected.


The following table describes the meaning of each of the character values.

Field

Value

Meaning

A

C

An SFS User Administration command.

 

B

An SFS Object Authorization.

C

F

A CMS File

 

A

A CMS Alias

 

D

A CMS Directory

 

E

A CMS External Object

 

C

An SFS User Administration command.

 

U

Object Type not applicable.

D

R

Read was requested

 

W

Write was requested

 

B

Read/Write was requested

 

M

Manage was requested (likely, a User Administration command)

 

A

SafeSFS server requested to add a rule.

 

D

SafeSFS server requested to delete a rule.

 

U

Action requested not applicable.

 

C

Create was requested.

 

E

Read/Write/Create was requested.

 

X

Audit Close command.

 

S

System events (Init, Shutdown, etc.)

 

L

SafeSFS Control command.

E

R

Read authorization was accepted.

 

W

Write authorization was accepted.

 

E

Read, Write and Create were accepted.

 

B

Read and Write were accepted.

 

C

Create was accepted.

 

N

Not authorized

 

D

Request was deferred to SFS.


For SFS command authorization request calls:
0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4
....5....0....5....0....5....0....5....0....5
ABBCDEMMDDYYHHMMSSReqid...ReqGrp..AltId...Command ...

Field

Type/Length

Description

A

CL1

First byte of SFS processing code. {A,B}

B

CL2

SFS File pool request code. See SFS Administration manual for a list of SFS request codes and their meanings.

C

CL1

Object type {F,A,D,E,U}

D

CL1

Action requested {R,W,B,L,M,A,D,U,C,E,X,S}

E

CL1

RC from evaluation {A,X,Y}

MMDDYY

CL6

Date

HHMMSS

CL6

Time

ReqId

CL8

Requesting userid.

ReqGrp

CL8

Requesting userid's ACIGROUP.

AltId

CL8

Alternate id passed by SFS.

Command

CL20

Object affected.

Userid List

CL64

Userids that were the target of the command. Multiple audit records will be written to accommodate more than 8 users.


The following table describes the meaning of each of the character values.

Field

Value

Meaning

A

C

A SFS User Administration command.

 

B

A SFS Object Authorization. (See SFS Object Audit Table)

C

F

A CMS File

 

A

A CMS Alias

 

D

A CMS Directory

 

E

A CMS External Object

 

U

Object Type not applicable.

D

R

Read was requested

 

W

Write was requested

 

B

Read/Write was requested

 

M

Manage was requested (likely, a User Administration command)

 

A

SafeSFS server requested to add a rule.

 

D

SafeSFS server requested to delete a rule.

 

U

Action requested not applicable.

 

C

Create was requested.

 

E

Read/Write/Create was requested.

 

X

Audit Close command.

 

S

System events (Init, Shutdown, etc.)

 

L

SafeSFS Control command.

E

A

Command accepted.

 

X

Command rejected.

 

Y

Command deferred to SFS.

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