[Tools] Log all Command of Consumer in Linux : linux

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That is trivial to bypass. Single instructions is not going to be logged when preceded with area and full mechanism might be disabled by redefining one variable. If consumer places area earlier than redefinition, even that operation is not going to be logged. It’s a good resolution if you wish to retailer instructions in case of a shell kill (i.e session disconnect or system crash), when historical past isn’t dumped to the historical past file. In any other case it’s easier to only copy and merge historical past recordsdata in case you do not want “stay logging”.



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