Traditional approaches to handling file data growth have proven to be costly, hard to manage, and difficult to scale effectively and efficiently. Dell™ Fluid File System (FluidFS) is designed to go beyond the limitations of traditional file systems with a flexible architecture that enables organizations to scale out and scale up non-disruptively. It addresses organizational challenges by allowing you to gain control of data, reduce complexity, and meet growing data demands over time.
The FluidFS architecture is an open-standards based network attached storage (NAS) file system that supports industry standard protocols including NFS v4 and CIFS/SMB v2.1. It provides innovative features proving high availability, performance, efficient data management, data integrity, and data protection.
Change Auditor for Fluid File System tracks, audits and alerts on file and folder changes in real time, translating events into simple text and eliminating the time and complexity required by system provided auditing. You can set the auditing scope on an individual file or folder or an entire file system recursive or non-recursive. You can also include or exclude certain files or folders from the audit scope in order to ensure a faster and more efficient audit process.
NOTE: FluidFS auditing and event logging are only available if you have licensed Change Auditor for Fluid File System and have applied a FluidFS auditing template for each file system to be audited. Contact your Sales Representative for more information on obtaining Change Auditor for Fluid File System.
This guide lists the events that captured by Change Auditor for Fluid File System. Separate event reference guides are available that list the core Change Auditor events (when any Change Auditor license is applied) and the events captured when the different auditing modules are licensed.
NOTE: To view a complete list of all the events, open the Audit Events page on the Administration Tasks tab in the client. This page contains a list of all the events available for auditing. It also displays the facility to which the event belongs, the severity assigned to each event, if the event is enabled or disabled, and the type of license that is required to capture each event.
When event logging for FluidFS is enabled on the Agent Configuration page of the Administration Tasks tab in Change Auditor, FluidFS audited events will also be written to a Windows event log, named ChangeAuditor for FluidFS event log. These log events can then be gathered by InTrust and Quest Knowledge Portal for further processing and reporting.
The following table lists the log events captured when FluidFS event logging is enabled. They are listed in numeric order by event ID.