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Hi all i am using AIX 5.2

Some one has accidentally deleted some files from the server causing
my database server to crash.
We have recovered from the situation but need to find out the guilty
party.
I used the "last" command to find out who logged in to the server when
the disaster took place.

Can anyone suggest me a way to find out the activities performed by
the user after logging in the server.
What logs can i refer to find out what must have gone wrong.
Regards,
Racerx

Feb 2 '07 #1
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On Feb 2, 11:33 am, "Racerx" <p.paingan...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi all i am using AIX 5.2

Some one has accidentally deleted some files from the server causing
my database server to crash.
We have recovered from the situation but need to find out the guilty
party.
I used the "last" command to find out who logged in to the server when
the disaster took place.

Can anyone suggest me a way to find out the activities performed by
the user after logging in the server.
What logs can i refer to find out what must have gone wrong.

Regards,
Racerx
In the home directory of the user, you should have a .sh_history
resuming the last unix command issue by the user

Feb 2 '07 #2

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