The logstdinlimit variable places a limit on the number of bytes from the standard input stream that Privilege Management for Unix and Linux writes, at a time, to the I/O log. When data appears on any of the other channels, the this variable is reset to zero. A value of 0 has the effect of placing no limit on the amount of stdin data sent to the I/O log. To turn off the logging of standard input data to the I/O log, set the logstdin variable to false.
logstdinlimit = number;
|positive integer||An integer specifying the maximum number of bytes.|
|0||No limit on the number of bytes. This value is the default.|
logstdinlimit = 512;
For more information, please see logstdin.