- Version 3.5 and earlier: pbreport not available.
- Version 4.0 and later: pbreport available.
pbreport extracts data from the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux event logs and optionally generates one or more reports based on the extracted data as specified in the named report file. The report file is an XML file that contains the extraction and reporting specifications, and is typically configured using the event log reporting feature of pbguid, the Privilege Management for Unix and Linux Web GUI.
pbreport [options] report-file -i, --info -k, --keyfile=file_name -s, --suppress -t, --temp -V, --verbos pbreport –v | --version pbreport –h | --help
|-i, --info||Optional. Displays detailed information about the named report-file.|
|-k, --keyfile=file_name||Optional. Name of the encryption key file.|
|-s, --suppress||Optional. Suppress report output to the screen and user-defined commands, if any, that are specified in the named report-file. Useful for testing report runs by overriding any user-defined commands that are specified in the report specifications.|
|-t, --temp||Optional. Does not remove the temporary files that are created during the reporting process. If reporting problems occur, then you can send these files to BeyondTrust Technical Support for analysis.|
|-V, --verbose||Optional. Displays more verbose output.|
|-v, --version||Optional. Displays the program version and exits.|
|-h, --help||Optional. Displays the program help and usage information.|
Report set file