around this issue Yes, you can use the audit daemon. You did't say which Linux distro. Red Hat based systems contain auditd, and you can use auditctl to add rules. To watch a directory recursively for changes:
auditctl -w /usr/local/someapp/ -p wa
auditctl -a exit,always -S all -F pid=2021
How to audit azure DevOps services and monitor releases?
I hope this helps . It's a little unclear what you mean by CONTROL If you are needing to tighten control of which users are allowed to initiate releases outside of a CI/CD pipeline, this is something you would use the built in object permissions for release pipelines.