i got a question in AIX. How can i track the communication between LPARs.
i mean how can we find if a program/account trying to access a directory/file inside AIX LPAR or from another LPAR ?
if some one is trying to access our LPAR. where can i track those info? or a outside program denied permission while accessing some folder in AIX. where can find the logs ??
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GurpreetSingh 270001CAMD52 Posts
Re: how can i track the Communication between AIX LPARs2013-06-02T13:13:15ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Not sure if got your question correctly or not. But if you are looking for activity on your machine from remote machine it will get captured in /var/log/messages
depending upon the configuration in /etc/syslog.conf. All the attempt to connect gets recorded in /var/log/messages along with ip details and time.
If you want to record user activity then you can use in built script command in the .profile.