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Subject: systemd daemon and auid
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2021 07:20:22 +0000
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I understand that daemons started by systemd have a uid -1.
For a specific daemon, I would like to have a different auid to trace what the daemon is doing.
By having a distinct auid it would be monitored without specific rules.
Is that possible ?
Otherwise what would be the best way to monitor a specific daemon ?
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2021-04-07  7:20 MAUPERTUIS, PHILIPPE [this message]
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