Oracle moduleedit

This is a module for ingesting Audit Trail logs from Oracle Databases.

The module expects an *.aud audit file that is generated from Oracle Databases by default. If this has been disabled then please see the Oracle Database Audit Trail Documentation.

Read the quick start to learn how to configure and run modules.

Compatibilityedit

This module has been tested with Oracle Database 19c, and should work for 18c as well though it has not been tested.

Configure the moduleedit

You can further refine the behavior of the oracle module by specifying variable settings in the modules.d/oracle.yml file, or overriding settings at the command line.

Variable settingsedit

Each fileset has separate variable settings for configuring the behavior of the module. If you don’t specify variable settings, the oracle module uses the defaults.

For advanced use cases, you can also override input settings. See Override input settings.

When you specify a setting at the command line, remember to prefix the setting with the module name, for example, oracle.database_audit.var.paths instead of database_audit.var.paths.

database_audit fileset settingsedit

Example config:

- module: oracle
  database_audit:
    var.input: file
    var.paths: /home/user/oracleauditlogs/*/*.aud
var.paths
An array of glob-based paths that specify where to look for the log files. All patterns supported by Go Glob are also supported here. For example, you can use wildcards to fetch all files from a predefined level of subdirectories: /path/to/log/*/*.log. This fetches all .log files from the subfolders of /path/to/log. It does not fetch log files from the /path/to/log folder itself. If this setting is left empty, Filebeat will choose log paths based on your operating system.
var.tags
A list of tags to include in events. Including forwarded indicates that the events did not originate on this host and causes host.name to not be added to events. Defaults to [oracle-database-audit].

Oracle Database fieldsedit

Oracle Database fields are mapped to the current ECS Fields:

Oracle Fields ECS Fields

privilege

host.user.roles

client_user

client.user.name

userhost

client.ip/domain

database_user

server.user.name

Fieldsedit

For a description of each field in the module, see the exported fields section.

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