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Server & Storage Systems
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on Apr 22, 2013 1:06 PM by 1003630
sudo command hangs when run as winbind user
Apr 17, 2013 12:15 PM
It even hangs when running:
So nothing to do with my sudo config - have reverted /etc/sudoers back to default. Even control-c does not work and the process needs to be killed as root, using another session.
The command works fine when ran as a local user. It is only when running as a winbind user that there's a problem.
Any help on what tools can be used to find out what's happening while the command is hanging would be much appreciated. Or even better any ideas on how to stop it hanging would be even better!
Can provide any config files if they help anyone.......
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Re: sudo command hangs when run as winbind user
Apr 22, 2013 1:06 PM
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*** UPDATE ***
It seems the version of sudo (v1.8*) supplied with Solaris 11 is not compatible with Winbind users.
Compile version 1.7* to /usr/local/bin and add this to the beginning of $PATH