option of the
command is used to display audit information for specific users.
The argument to the
option may consist of one or more users.
A user may be specified by either
a login name or numeric UID.
Each login name or UID must be separated by a comma.
A space will
be interpreted as the end of the user list.
For example, to display all information related to the user
enter the following command:
auditrpt -u gailg
The following command displays audit information for the user
whose UID is
and the user
auditrpt -u 210,wts
User names and UIDs are validated against the information contained in the
audit map files.
Refer to the
for further information.
If an invalid user uid or login name is given as input to the
will display the following warning message and continue processing:
user id user does not exist in audit map