This page explains how to enable auditing for a database.
The auditing function in Exasol captures details for every session and every executed SQL statement. Auditing is enabled by default on a new database. For more information, see Auditing.
This procedure is carried out using ConfD.
The database must be stopped. For more information, see Stop a Database.
The following examples use the command-line tool confd_client in a Linux terminal connected to a database node. For more information about how to use this tool, see ConfD.
To find the name of the database, use the ConfD job db_list. For example:
To enable auditing, use the ConfD job db_configure and set
true. For example:
Start the database. For more information, see Start a Database.
To verify that the database is configured with the new properties, use the ConfD job db_info. For example: