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Oracle VM 3.2 install.log.syslog File

Oracle VM 3.2 install.log.syslog File

The next example shows an Oracle VM 3.2 install.log.syslog file.
 
<86>Feb  2 16:12:52 groupadd[947]: new group: name=audio, GID=63
<86>Feb  2 16:12:55 groupadd[967]: new group: name=floppy, GID=19
<86>Feb  2 16:12:56 useradd[971]: new group: name=vcsa, GID=69
<86>Feb  2 16:12:56 useradd[971]: new user: name=vcsa, UID=69, GID=69, home=/dev, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:12:59 groupadd[992]: new group: name=utmp, GID=22
<86>Feb  2 16:13:02 groupadd[1030]: new group: name=rpc, GID=32
<86>Feb  2 16:13:04 useradd[1034]: new user: name=rpc, UID=32, GID=32, home=/, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:06 groupadd[1059]: new group: name=pcap, GID=77
<86>Feb  2 16:13:09 useradd[1063]: new user: name=pcap, UID=77, GID=77, home=/var/arpwatch, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:14 groupadd[1088]: new group: name=ntp, GID=38
<86>Feb  2 16:13:15 useradd[1092]: new user: name=ntp, UID=38, GID=38, home=/etc/ntp, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:18 useradd[1105]: new group: name=dbus, GID=81
<86>Feb  2 16:13:18 useradd[1105]: new user: name=dbus, UID=81, GID=81, home=/, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:20 useradd[1120]: new group: name=sshd, GID=74
<86>Feb  2 16:13:20 useradd[1120]: new user: name=sshd, UID=74, GID=74, home=/var/empty/sshd, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:47 useradd[3248]: new group: name=rpcuser, GID=29
<86>Feb  2 16:13:47 useradd[3248]: new user: name=rpcuser, UID=29, GID=29, home=/var/lib/nfs, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:48 useradd[3256]: new group: name=nfsnobody, GID=4294967294
<86>Feb  2 16:13:48 useradd[3256]: new user: name=nfsnobody, UID=4294967294, GID=4294967294, home=/var/lib/nfs, shell=/sbin/nologin
<86>Feb  2 16:13:48 useradd[3274]: new group: name=haldaemon, GID=68
<86>Feb  2 16:13:48 useradd[3274]: new user: name=haldaemon, UID=68, GID=68, home=/, shell=/sbin/nologin
 

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