show audit

Description                                                    Show the command audit log.

Syntax                                                                  show audit [all-partitions | partition {shared | name}]

Mode                                                                   All

Usage                                                                  The audit log is maintained in a separate file, apart from the system log. The audit log mes­sages that are displayed for an admin depend upon the admin’s privilege level:

     Admins with Root, Read Write, or Read Only privileges who view the audit log can view all the messages, for all system partitions. To display the messages for a specific parti­tion only, use the partition option.

     Admins who have privileges only within a specific partition can view only the audit log messages related to management of that partition. Admins with partition-enable-dis­able privileges can not view any audit log entries.

Example                                                            Below is a sample output of the command audit log (truncated for brevity):

ACOS# show audit

Sep 30 2014 11:54:26  [admin] cli: [172.17.0.224:60009] show audit

Sep 30 2014 11:54:22  [admin] axapi: [1412074462810894] RESP HTTP status 200 OK

Sep 30 2014 11:54:22  [admin] axapi: [1412074462810894] GET: /axapi/v3/system/ctrl-cpu/oper

Sep 30 2014 11:54:22  [admin] axapi: [1412074462808372] RESP HTTP status 200 OK

Sep 30 2014 11:54:22  [admin] axapi: [1412074462808372] GET: /axapi/v3/system/memory/oper

Sep 30 2014 11:54:22  [admin] axapi: [1412074462804830] RESP HTTP status 200 OK

 

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