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Alexander Zoernack wrote: > are there any HOWTO outside that describes how to > install/adjust/manage the audit feature on a linux server? This is where Arthur will plug the CVS eBOOK that March-Hare sells. Its fairly easy to get things up and running on Linux (and one day I should really do a proper HOWTO - donations of Lavazza coffee will defiantly encourage me to do so sooner rather than later). Meanwhile, the gist is: In the cvsnt tarball, you'll find the necessary SQL (IIRC in triggers/sql - my gentoo ebuild puts these into /usr/share/cvsnt*) to generate the needed tables - you'll need to replace %PREFIX% in the file as appropriate before you use them (For postgresql %PREFIX% will be your Schema - and after creating your tables you will want to apply some permissions to those tables). Tweak /etc/cvsnt/PServer with the database connection details. Enable audit in /etc/cvsnt/Plugins BTW, my own preference is to use PostgreSQL under Linux... its nice and powerful, stable as heck, and with something like phppgadmin so easy to administer. Greetings from (rainy!) Luxembourg, David.