[sudo-users] sudo ldap caching

Daniele Palumbo daniele at retaggio.net
Wed Nov 30 07:29:08 MST 2016

Todd, sorry for bothering...
Do you have any feedback ? :)

Il giorno 11/nov/2016, alle ore 20:16, Daniele Palumbo <daniele at retaggio.net> ha scritto:

> Hi Todd,
> What about add an internal cache mechanism? Sssd afaik do not support Solaris and aix.
> It would be really useful!
> Thanks
> Daniele
> Il 11 novembre 2016 17:34:35 CET, "Todd C. Miller" <Todd.Miller at courtesan.com> ha scritto:
>> On Fri, 11 Nov 2016 03:24:38 +0100, Daniele Palumbo wrote:
>>> I would like to know how sudo can be cached for Solaris and AIX.
>>> For Linux i know that sssd may be used.
>>> i have found -apart from sssd- only one reference:
>>> https://www.sudo.ws/pipermail/sudo-workers/2006-June/000420.html
>>> Is there already caching available for sudo?
>> I'm not aware of an LDAP caching solution other than sssd.  You
>> can, of course, configure both file and LDAP sudoers so there is a
>> fallback policy for when LDAP is unavailable.  You just need to
>> setup nsswitch.conf or netcvc.conf appropriately.
>> - todd
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