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Default auditing apache user

hello, I run FreeBSD 7.2 audit on my web server, and configure it as follow:

audit_control:
Quote:
dir:/var/audit
flags:lo,fc
minfree:20
naflags:lo
policy:cnt
filesz:0
audit_user:
Quote:
root:lo:no
www:ex:no
everything is fine, but i cant see the apache user logs, I tried to execute commands using php system call functions and the commands executed with "www" uid & gid, but nothing logged in the audit log file.

please advice
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