On 04/19/2015 02:51 PM, Andrew Sacamano wrote:
Thanks again Lukas,
These turned out to be very helpful debugging suggestions, and were
the critical part of getting the problem solved - the pointer to
ldb-tools was extremely helpful in identifying where the issue was
With them, I was able to see the right sudo rules were being cached,
and that the change from sudo working to sudo not working happened not
because of the host, but because of the user, and in particular, the
user being a listed explicitly, or only as part of a group. The
user's groups were being listed in the user's entry in the cache, but
not when running the "id" command. Some quick googling, and I
discovered that in Ubuntu 14.04, the sssd option "enumerate" defaults
to false, which meant that the group memberships were not taking
effect, which meant that sudo rules based on membership in a group
weren't working. Setting enumerate to true got everything working.
Enumerate is generally discouraged.
The fact that enumeration helped means that something was not correct in
It seems it just masked the issue not solved it.
Many thanks again!
Sr. Engineering Manager IdM portfolio
Red Hat, Inc.
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