Description of problem:
AUDIT_VERSION_* is deprecated in favour of AUDIT_FEATURE_BITMAP_*
Linux Audit kernel feature availability is now indicated with the AUDIT_FEATURE_BITMAP_*. Backward compatibility will need to be kept until it is decided to no longer support old kernels. Currently the only feature availability using this deprecated method is AUDIT_VERSION_BACKLOG_WAIT_TIME which is also indicated by AUDIT_FEATURE_BITMAP_BACKLOG_WAIT_TIME
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
RHEL7: kernel-3.10.0-246.el7 (one commit apart)
Upstream: 3.13 to 3.18
This isn't a problem in RHEL 7 because BACKLOG_WAIT_TIME is not backported to it. So, all test fail as they should.
fedora 21's 3.17 kernel would have this, but f22 moved on to 4.0
Perhaps this should be filed instead on:
Its my belief that this is already fixed upstream.
(In reply to Steve Grubb from comment #3)
> Its my belief that this is already fixed upstream.
As of audit 2.7.1+, if AUDIT_VERSION_* goes away, so does the backlog_wait_time option in userspace given the current compiler directives even if the backlog_wait_time feature is still present in the kernel, indicated by AUDIT_FEATURE_BITMAP_BACKLOG_WAIT_TIME.
It was deprecated by:
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 26 development cycle.
Changing version to '26'.
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