[sudo-users] Warning email when listing sudo perms

Paul Cantle paul at cantle.me
Wed Dec 2 12:44:40 MST 2015

Hi Todd,

I don’t have and sudoOptions configured for the root user container. The default container has the “default” env_keeps populated as well as env_reset and requiretty, but nothing with mail_no_host

Enabled: See below.

Dec  2 19:42:21 sudo[19302] sudo_sss_lookup(52)=0x62

If you’d like the full debug log (there are only about 40 lines, let me know and I’ll resend).



On 02/12/2015, 17:32, "Todd C. Miller" <Todd.Miller at courtesan.com> wrote:

>It looks like the LDAP and SSSD backends do not clear the user and
>host match flags the same way the local sudoers file backend does,
>which is a bug.
>Do you happen to have the "mail_no_host" sudoOption enabled?
>If so, try disabling it and see if the behavior changes.
>You can get some debugging info by adding a line like the following
>to /etc/sudo.conf:
>Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug sssd at debug
>One of the lines in /var/log/sudo_debug should look something like:
> - todd

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