Looks like uwsgi config files were recently updated and now it is having timeout issues between nginx and uwsgi

Hi, Is there a way to see who updated uwsgi config files on a LINUX server and when.
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Rahul ShendeJr. Linux System AdministratorCommented:
you could cross-reference the file's modification time with the users logged in at that time (last) and then check their ~/.bash_history (or equivalent) for editing commands. Even grep -H filename /home/*/.bash_history could give you a starting point.

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nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
You can check the last modify date of the file ls -l and then check who was logged on at the time:  last

If auditing is enabled, the check the audit logfiles if there is some evidence.
David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
You might also check to make sure there's no CRON job doing nightly auto updates of packages.

Much better, to me, to manually upgrade packages so you can tell when some package upgrade breaks something.
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