Your provisioning system design should specify the auditing support required for each namespace and its procedures. The audit log requires no daily maintenance.
If specific conditions require changes in auditing support, you can use Provisioning Manager to administer the audit log as follows:
By default, auditing is disabled for most procedures.
For more information, see To activate or deactivate auditing for a procedure.
The information provided in Provisioning Manager about the audit log includes the name of the server hosting the audit log and the name of the database where the audit log resides.
For more information, see To view the names and status of provisioning servers.
For more information about the audit log, see Audit log.