Re: [nv-l] Managing Netview server as non-root user
If you are using the Framework you could create Tasks and/or Jobs to launch
different commands. This may appease the audit and security groups better
than sudo does.
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[nv-l] Managing Netview server as
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I would like the the netview administrator has not to be logged as root
on my netview server (SLES 9.1).
I create a user 'netview' in 'root' group... from 'netview' desktop is
possible to open the main map in R/W mode.
However, 'netview' user cant execute important command for managing daemons
(ovstop, ovstart, netmon...) and for managing netview databases (ovtopofix,
I thougth to configure sudo so that 'netview' user che execute command in
'/usr/OV/bin' directory... but however he still cant execute some command..
netview@netview4:~> sudo ovstop webserver
ovstop: relocation error: /usr/lib/libntl.so: symbol errno, version
GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
There is a way to realize what I thought?
For example, when 'netview' try to exe
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