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Enable Logging of both failed and successful logins on Linux


Enable Logging of both failed and successful logins on Linux

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Anyone seen how you do this? On a Windows Environment you can just do this via the Server Properties Window, and on the Security Pane (like any other version of SQL) there's a radio button for it. SQL Server on Linux has no such Security Pane. Ideas?


Is this a feature that isn't out yet, or are we expected to use the logs on the Linux side?


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No idea. I don't see it either and never noticed. I don't see this in the list of issues, but I asked the question of MS.

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Steve Jones - SSC Editor - Tuesday, May 29, 2018 10:15 PM
No idea. I don't see it either and never noticed. I don't see this in the list of issues, but I asked the question of MS.


Thanks Steve.

I had completely forgotten I'd made this topic, but just had another check (as we've had a few CU's & SSMS releases) and same problem.


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No reply yet. I stumbled upon it, and thought that this should be there, even if it's just SQL logins.

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Steve Jones - SSC Editor - Wednesday, May 30, 2018 9:08 AM
No reply yet. I stumbled upon it, and thought that this should be there, even if it's just SQL logins.

Considering that, on SQL Server on Linux, the server is set up for SQL logins only initially (it's a lot of work to use Kerboros, and I've not entertained trying it yet without a Domain Controller at home), it would seem prudent to that failed logins are logged. O.o



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