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I have installed and configured the auditd package in Amazon Ec2 instance. I wish I need to place all the auditd log files in Amazon S3.

I'm very new to Ubuntu can anyone explain me how to do it?

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Use s3cmd via cron to periodically copy logs up to an s3 bucket.

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Thanks. Are there any links explaining this? – batman Jul 16 '12 at 17:52
Yes, all of which are easily discoverable via your favorite search engine. You're in the systems administration business, so you should probably take ownership and do some research/learning on your own. – EEAA Jul 16 '12 at 18:56

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