When the Audit log file is newly created, it is created with 640 rights. I have an authorization problem on the rsyslog side when the file is created with 640 rights. Here, I need a method to create the auditlog file with 644 or to enable rsyslog to read the file with existing rights. I would appreciate your help.
current audit file:
-rw-r----- 1 mysql mysql 148399808 Oct 30 11:41 audit.log
Since you are trying to stream logs, would these parameters help?
If not, you would need to open a feature request at https://jira.percona.com/ and our team will evaluate priority and see about making a fix.
Another situation occurred in the problem. I deleted the audit plugin on the node where I had a problem on the database system, which I positioned as master-master in five nodes, and when I wanted to install it again, it appeared to be in deleted status on the other nodes. When I wanted to install it again, it gave an error and disconnected from the cluster. Do I need to remove it from all nodes?
Delete from all nodes. Install to all nodes.
Does this process cause an interruption?
No, this should not cause an interruption to uninstall and install it back.