Provided by: globus-gram-audit_5.1-2_all bug


       globus-gram-audit - Load GRAM5 audit records into a database


       globus-gram-audit [ --conf CONFIG-FILE ] [ --create | --update=OLD-VERSION ] [ --check ] [
       --delete ] [ --audit-directory=AUDITDIR ] [ --quiet ]


       The globus-gram-audit program loads audit records to an SQL-based database. It reads
       /etc/globus-job-manager.conf by default to determine the audit directory and then uploads
       all files in that directory that contain valid audit records to the database configured by
       the globus_gram_job_manager_auditing_setup_scripts package. If the upload completes
       successfully, the audit files will be removed.

       The full set of command-line options to globus-gram-audit consist of:

       --conf CONFIG-FILE
           Use CONFIG-FILE instead of the default from the configuration file for audit database

           Check whether the insertion of a record was successful by querying the database after
           inserting the records. This is used in tests.

           Delete audit records from the database right after inserting them. This is used in
           tests to avoid filling the database with test records.

       --audit-directory AUDITDIR
           Look for audit records in AUDITDIR, instead of looking in the directory specified in
           the job manager configuration. This is used in tests to control which records are
           loaded to the database and then deleted.

       --query SQL
           Perform the given SQL query on the audit database. This uses the database information
           from the configuration file to determine how to contact the database.

           Reduce the amount of output for common operations.


       The globus-gram-audit uses the following files:

           GRAM5 job manager configuration. It includes the default path to the audit directory

           Audit configuration. It includes the information needed to contact the audit database.


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