From VMW vRealize Automation 7.x PostgreSQL Security Technical Implementation Guide
Part of SRG-APP-000091-DB-000066
Associated with: CCI-000172
Under some circumstances, it may be useful to monitor who/what is reading privilege/permission/role information. Therefore, it must be possible to configure auditing to do this. DBMSs typically make such information available through views or functions.
This requirement addresses explicit requests for privilege/permission/role membership information. It does not refer to the implicit retrieval of privileges/permissions/role memberships that the DBMS continually performs to determine if any and every action on the database is permitted.
At the command prompt, execute the following command: # grep '^\s*log_statement\b' /storage/db/pgdata/postgresql.conf If "log_statement" is not "all", this is a finding.
At the command prompt, execute the following commands: # /opt/vmware/vpostgres/current/bin/psql -U postgres -c "ALTER SYSTEM SET log_statement TO 'all';" # /opt/vmware/vpostgres/current/bin/psql -U postgres -c "SELECT pg_reload_conf();"
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