auparse_get_timestamp − access timestamp of the event
const au_event_t *auparse_get_timestamp(auparse_state_t *au);
auparse_get_timestamp provides an accessor function for the event’s timestamp data structure. The data structure is as follows:
time_t sec; // Event seconds
unsigned int milli; // millisecond of the timestamp
unsigned long serial; // Serial number of the event
const char *host; // Machine’s node name
Returns NULL if an error occurs; otherwise, a valid pointer to the data.
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