Modify your environment's auditing settings based on your security and performance needs.
As with logging, auditing is provided by the same high performance, asynchronous logging framework. Auditing messages can be written to a database instead of flat files, decreasing file I/O. If you do not require auditing for interactions with a resource or between PingAccess and PingFederate, it is more efficient to disable audit logging. However, if you do require auditing services and have access to a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS), audit to a database. You will see a decrease in disk I/O, which might result in increased performance, depending on database resources.