[sudo-users] sudoreplay "best practice" questions
divan at santanas.co.za
Fri Oct 7 01:26:45 MDT 2016
Todd C. Miller <Todd.Miller at courtesan.com> writes:
> On Wed, 05 Oct 2016 10:04:31 +0200, Divan Santana wrote:
>> This sounds useful and interesting.
>> Weirdly, RHEL 6 and 7 seems to be on 1.8.6.x
> RHEL doesn't appear to update the sudo package once the major version
> of RHEL is released. They do apply patches to the older sudo
> version, which can run thousands of lines.
I've logged a call requesting this feature to be backported to their
sudo. Unlikely to be implemented, but we can try.
>> Ubuntu 14.04 ships with 1.8.9.
>> Arch Linux is now on 1.8.18.
>> I've done the below on 14.04, RHEL 6, 7 and Arch Linux and all return
>> man sudoreplay|grep -i maxseq
>> man sudo|grep -i maxseq
>> Does this mean it's not supported, or how else can I check?
> $ man sudoers | grep -i maxseq
> maxseq The maximum sequence number that will be substituted
Silly me, thanks Todd!
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