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How to auditing user's actions on Swift? [closed]

asked 2015-01-23 09:00:42 -0500

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updated 2015-01-23 18:59:58 -0500

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Hey there,

I'm suppose to do a task on Swift, for my Master's Degree, but for that I need to look into the swift logs. I need to find one that says, for example, when someone does an upload or download, which user did that, what command did he used, what file was used and at what time. Is there such a log? If so, where is it? Because there's no folder in /var/log for swift. If there's not, can I configure one to do so? I'm using CentOS7 and Juno.

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answered 2015-01-23 19:01:36 -0500

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I'd suggest you to install Swift in your machines, try adding a user and perform some actions. Check the logs: how do these actions look like in those logs? If you need more granularity you may want to look also at how Ceilometer tracks actions performed by users in swift.

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Thanks for the reply. Actually, I'm already doing that, the problem is: Which logs I'm supposed to look, and where are they? The only one I've found that monitor Swift's actions is in /var/log/messages, but they don't quite give me what I want. I'll see what Ceilometer can do.

Campos gravatar imageCampos ( 2015-01-26 08:54:10 -0500 )edit

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