finding changes made to configurations
pc7 at sanger.ac.uk
Thu Mar 3 15:22:06 UTC 2011
> Did they clear out their history?
> /home/user/.bash_history would seemingly be a pretty good place to
> start. Also you could check out their username in /var/log, and see
> all instances of what they might have done....
> This is seemingly another vague question, any more information on what
> you are looking for? If you want something going forward, you could
> use $(script) for all users on the systems and have it right to an
> rsync'ed folder for future review.....
> On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 10:05, Tapas Mishra <mightydreams at gmail.com
> <mailto:mightydreams at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I wanted to know if on a server 2-3 people have SSH access and one of
> the person does some changes and leaves the job.
> Is there any tracking tool which can track what things were
> installed or
> what changes were made by team individuals at a later date.
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