The syslog plugin for audisp doesn't specify the facility, so the default facility (LOG_USER) is used. Perhaps this can be made configurable so I could configure syslog to only send audit logs to remote without duplicating them in /var/log/messages (e.g. set facility to local9 and only send it to a remote server, not locally)?
Currently that's not possible and I end up wasting space by having audit logs both in /var/log/audit/audit.log and in /var/log/messages. Turning off af_unix is an option, but that has a significant drawback of complicating ausearch/aureport.
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