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    By setting log flags, it is determined what kind of logs will be recorded. You can check the logs in $DAMO_INST_HOME/log.

    • SET LOG FLAG <deny log>”<access log>”<query log>
    • <deny log>: Records log of access deny.(0: disable, 1:enable)
    • <access log>: Records log of number of accesses, encryptions and decryptions for each column.(0: disable, 1:enable)
    • <query log>: Record log of queries.(0: disable, 1:enable)

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    Log files can be modified by someone who is not actually an administrator. Therefore, D’Amo for MySQL provides log verifying fuction by comparing log files’ hash values.

    • VERIFY LOGFILE AGENT <Date>
    • VERIFY LOGFILE CLI <Date>
    • VERIFY LOGFILE KEYSERVER <Date>
    • <Date>: The date of log file(policy.log) to check.(ex: year//month//day 19000101)

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