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struct au_class_ent *getauclassnam( const char *name);
struct au_class_ent *getauclassnam_r( au_class_ent_t * class_int, const char *name);
struct au_class_ent *getauclassent( void);
struct au_class_ent *getauclassent_r( au_class_ent_t * class_int);
void setauclass( void);
void endauclass( void);
The functionality described in this man page is available only if the Basic Security Module (BSM) has been enabled. See bsmconv.1m for more information.
MT-Safe with exceptions.
All of the functions described in this man-page are MT-Safe except getauclassent() and getauclassnam(). The two functions, getauclassent_r() and getauclassnam_r() have the same functionality as the unsafe functions, but have a slightly different function call interface in order to make them MT-Safe.
getauclassent() and getauclassnam() each return an audit_class entry.
getauclassnam() searches for an audit_class entry with a given class name name.
getauclassent() enumerates audit_class entries: successive calls to getauclassent() will return either successive audit_class entries or NULL.
setauclass() ``rewinds'' to the beginning of the enumeration of audit_class entries. Calls to getauclassnam() may leave the enumeration in an indeterminate state, so setauclass() should be called before the first getauclassent().
endauclass() may be called to indicate that audit_class processing is complete; the system may then close any open audit_class file, deallocate storage, and so forth.
getauclassent_r() and getauclassnam_r() both return a pointer to an audit_class entry as do their similarly named counterparts. They each take an additional argument, a pointer to pre-allocated space for an au_class_ent_t, which is returned if the call is successful. To assure there is enough space for the information returned, the applications programmer should be sure to allocate AU_CLASS_NAME_MAX and AU_CLASS_DESC_MAX bytes for the ac_name and ac_desc elements of the au_class_ent_t data structure.
The internal representation of an audit_user entry is an au_class_ent structure defined in <bsm/libbsm.h> with the following members:
char *ac_name; au_class_t ac_class; char *ac_desc;
getauclassent() and getauclassent_r() return a pointer to a struct au_class_ent if they successfully enumerate an entry; otherwise they return NULL, indicating the end of the enumeration.
Created by unroff & hp-tools. © by Hans-Peter Bischof. All Rights Reserved (1997).
Last modified 21/April/97