Backup for files in /etc for samwise.
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#
# sudo logsrv configuration
#
[server]
# The host name or IP address and port to listen on with an optional TLS
# flag. If no port is specified, port 30343 will be used for plaintext
# connections and port 30344 will be used to TLS connections.
# The following forms are accepted:
# listen_address = hostname(tls)
# listen_address = hostname:port(tls)
# listen_address = IPv4_address(tls)
# listen_address = IPv4_address:port(tls)
# listen_address = [IPv6_address](tls)
# listen_address = [IPv6_address]:port(tls)
#
# The (tls) suffix should be omitted for plaintext connections.
#
# Multiple listen_address settings may be specified.
# The default is to listen on all addresses.
#listen_address = *:30343
#listen_address = *:30344(tls)
# The file containing the ID of the running sudo_logsrvd process.
#pid_file = /var/run/sudo/sudo_logsrvd.pid
# If set, enable the SO_KEEPALIVE socket option on the connected socket.
#tcp_keepalive = true
# The amount of time, in seconds, the server will wait for the client to
# respond. A value of 0 will disable the timeout. The default value is 30.
#timeout = 30
# If set, server certificate will be verified at server startup and
# also connecting clients will perform server authentication by
# verifying the server's certificate and identity.
#tls_verify = true
# Whether to verify client certificates for TLS connections.
# By default client certs are not checked.
#tls_checkpeer = false
# Path to the certificate authority bundle file in PEM format.
# Required if 'tls_verify' or 'tls_checkpeer' is set.
#tls_cacert = /etc/ssl/sudo/cacert.pem
# Path to the server's certificate file in PEM format.
# Required for TLS connections.
#tls_cert = /etc/ssl/sudo/certs/logsrvd_cert.pem
# Path to the server's private key file in PEM format.
# Required for TLS connections.
#tls_key = /etc/ssl/sudo/private/logsrvd_key.pem
# TLS cipher list (see "CIPHER LIST FORMAT" in the openssl-ciphers manual).
# NOTE that this setting is only effective if the negotiated protocol
# is TLS version 1.2.
# The default cipher list is HIGH:!aNULL.
#tls_ciphers_v12 = HIGH:!aNULL
# TLS cipher list if the negotiated protocol is TLS version 1.3.
# The default cipher list is TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384.
#tls_ciphers_v13 = TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
# Path to the Diffie-Hellman parameter file in PEM format.
# If not set, the server will use the OpenSSL defaults.
#tls_dhparams = /etc/ssl/sudo/logsrvd_dhparams.pem
[iolog]
# The top-level directory to use when constructing the path name for the
# I/O log directory. The session sequence number, if any, is stored here.
#iolog_dir = /var/log/sudo-io
# The path name, relative to iolog_dir, in which to store I/O logs.
# Note that iolog_file may contain directory components.
#iolog_file = %{seq}
# If set, I/O logs will be compressed using zlib. Enabling compression can
# make it harder to view the logs in real-time as the program is executing.
#iolog_compress = false
# If set, I/O log data is flushed to disk after each write instead of
# buffering it. This makes it possible to view the logs in real-time
# as the program is executing but reduces the effectiveness of compression.
#iolog_flush = true
# The group to use when creating new I/O log files and directories.
# If iolog_group is not set, the primary group-ID of the user specified
# by iolog_user is used. If neither iolog_group nor iolog_user
# are set, I/O log files and directories are created with group-ID 0.
#iolog_group = wheel
# The user to use when setting the user-ID and group-ID of new I/O
# log files and directories. If iolog_group is set, it will be used
# instead of the user's primary group-ID. By default, I/O log files
# and directories are created with user and group-ID 0.
#iolog_user = root
# The file mode to use when creating I/O log files. The file permissions
# will always include the owner read and write bits, even if they are
# not present in the specified mode. When creating I/O log directories,
# search (execute) bits are added to match the read and write bits
# specified by iolog_mode.
#iolog_mode = 0600
# The maximum sequence number that will be substituted for the "%{seq}"
# escape in the I/O log file. While the value substituted for "%{seq}"
# is in base 36, maxseq itself should be expressed in decimal. Values
# larger than 2176782336 (which corresponds to the base 36 sequence
# number "ZZZZZZ") will be silently truncated to 2176782336.
#maxseq = 2176782336
[eventlog]
# Where to log accept, reject and alert events.
# Accepted values are syslog, logfile, or none.
# Defaults to syslog
#log_type = syslog
# Event log format.
# Supported log formats are "sudo" and "json"
# Defaults to sudo
#log_format = sudo
[syslog]
# The maximum length of a syslog payload.
# On many systems, syslog(3) has a relatively small log buffer.
# IETF RFC 5424 states that syslog servers must support messages
# of at least 480 bytes and should support messages up to 2048 bytes.
# Messages larger than this value will be split into multiple messages.
#maxlen = 960
# The syslog facility to use for event log messages.
# The following syslog facilities are supported: authpriv (if your OS
# supports it), auth, daemon, user, local0, local1, local2, local3,
# local4, local5, local6, and local7.
#facility = authpriv
# Syslog priority to use for event log accept messages, when the command
# is allowed by the security policy. The following syslog priorities are
# supported: alert, crit, debug, emerg, err, info, notice, warning, none.
#accept_priority = notice
# Syslog priority to use for event log reject messages, when the command
# is not allowed by the security policy.
#reject_priority = alert
# Syslog priority to use for event log alert messages reported by the
# client.
#alert_priority = alert
[logfile]
# The path to the file-based event log.
# This path must be fully-qualified and start with a '/' character.
#path = /var/log/sudo
# The format string used when formatting the date and time for
# file-based event logs. Formatting is performed via strftime(3) so
# any format string supported by that function is allowed.
#time_format = %h %e %T