5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 13, 2011 2:49 PM by Bill Robinson

    A question about audit job

      Hi all,

       

      this morning I created an audit job to run on 2 server: one master server (called mastertest) and a target server (called targettest) on their /etc/hosts configuration files.

       

      Now, the hosts files contains something like that:

       

      hosts mastertest:

       

      192.168.15.32   adebckps

      172.18.34.95    aiebckbsdep

      195.233.58.113 mastertest

      192.168.15.43   adebckps

      192.168.15.12   adebckps

      195.233.58.82 mastertest

       

      hosts targettest:

       

      195.233.234.210 adesnops

      192.168.77.217  adesnops-de

      195.233.58.25 VCDCA

      195.233.58.21 VCDCA02

       

      195.233.58.228  targettest

      195.233.58.123  targettest

       

      So, when I launched Audit job, the running is successfull but the result was:

       

      for mastertest:

       

      195.233.58.113 mastertest

      195.233.58.82 mastertest

       

      for targettest:

       

      195.233.58.228  targettest

      195.233.58.123  targettest

       

       

      I mean, I think the result would have been the simple comparison between two files and I didn't understand why I got only the entries linked to server names and not the other entries.

      Maybe does the audit work in this way?