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Linux Suse Enterprise server 9 root log file

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I need to know if there is any way through the Log file that I can discover the history of the root password changing.

I have root password and I need to know when it is changed last time.
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iam not sure abotu sue

butin Redhat or centos,
its keep track on

/var/log/secure logs file..

do you have any log file call
/var/log/messages and /var/log/secure ??

or just check the log files
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