Turning off auditing

About this task

To turn off auditing:


Use the onaudit utility.
The following example shows the command that turns off auditing:
onaudit -l 0
Warning: Although auditing might be properly configured to audit the execution of a particular utility by a particular user, audit records might not be generated if the utility fails to run for any of the following reasons:
  • The user does not have the correct UNIX™ permissions or Windows™ access privileges to run the utility.
  • The user incorrectly specifies the command syntax of the utility.
  • The utility cannot connect to shared memory.