Or you can use solaris RBAC but sudo way is more simple you must install the 
package for it.

www.enderunix.org/docs/solaris-rbac.pdf  and 
http://mdbaxter.blogspot.com/2007/03/solaris-10-rbac-for-apache-and-sendmail.html
 can give you a clue .

Regards.



Tuesday, January 5, 2010, 11:08:02 PM, you wrote:

> Sudo access only to the commands you want to have for the specific user.

> ~joel


> Asiye Yigit wrote:
>>  

>> Hello All,

>> Is there any way to run vxvm commands without root privileges?

>> We do not want to give root access to anyone.  However, users should run 
>> some vxvm commands.

>> Vxvm commands requires root privileges under normal conditions.

>> Is there any way to do that? With vea gui, it is okay. I am searching a 
>> way for CLI.

>> Regards,

>>  

>>  


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