mfauditadm command (deprecated)

Runs the Audit Manager Administration utility, which enables you to access, dump, and create reports for audit information generated by Enterprise Server.
Note: Audit Manager is deprecated and provided for backward compatibility only. We recommend that you use syslog events instead. See Enterprise Server Auditing for more information.
Important: Execute mfauditadm at the command line or in a batch file from an Enterprise Server command prompt.


mfauditadm {[-n instance-name |
            [-p [-n instance-name | -f dump-audit-file]] |
            [-r [[-date yyyy/mm/dd] [-time[.ss[.nnn]]
              [-c] [-d] [-o output-file-name] -f report-audit-file]
            [-d [-c] -f dump-audit-file]}


-n instance-name
Specifies the name of the audit event consolidator instance, which is the name that applications use to communicate with the audit event consolidator.
Make the active audit file available for dumping.
-f report-audit-file
An audit file in the collection for which reports are to be generated.
Generate a report for each available file in the collection.
-f dump-audit-file
The audit file to be dumped or to be made available for dumping.
Generate a report.
-date yyyy/mm/dd
In the generated report file, include only events on the given date.
In the generated report file, include only events from the given time.
-o output-file-name
Name of the report file to be created. If not specified, the report file name is derived from the report-audit-file name prefix, plus a .txt extension. For example, if report-audit-file filename is mfaudit.DOCTEST.aud_3, the report file created is mfaudit.DOCTEST.txt.
Mark the file as dumped or mark each audit file available for dumping as dumped.


See Related Tasks below.