NFS sudo

SSJones at SSJones at
Wed Jun 6 14:44:05 EDT 2001

Thanks for the responses.  I think I will just go with pushing out a refresh
file from a centralized location.  

Shawn S. Jones 
Unix Support Services 
American Financial Group - Technology Division 
Phone: (513) 412-4437 
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-----Original Message-----
From: Barkley, John (PSC) [mailto:John.Barkley at]
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 2:40 PM
To: 'SSJones at'
Subject: RE: NFS sudo


In my Solaris environment I use automounter to server up one centralized
sudoers file. I can't say I've run into any problems as of yet. Some people
may argue what if your network fails your environment is down. If your
nework is down you have bigger problems that sudo.



John Barkley


Tel:      248-340-5318

Fax:     248-340-6399

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-----Original Message-----
From: SSJones at [mailto:SSJones at]
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 12:51 PM
To: sudo-users at
Subject: NFS sudo


I am new to installing and configuring sudo.  I am currently working on a
project to set it up on multiple servers.  I wanted to know if anyone has
setup sudo with centralized configuration files through and NFS mount or
someother method.  If you have, can you please inform me on what approach
you took and how it worked out for you.



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