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Re: can I file sweep / and exclude full pathnames?


From: Thomas Glanzmann
Subject: Re: can I file sweep / and exclude full pathnames?
Date: 28 Dec 2002 20:17:17 GMT
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> I'd like cfengine to sweep the entire filesystem in one shot, but don't
> want to globally allow any file named sudo or su or crontab in any
> directory to have the SUID bit set. Is there a simple way to do it like
> in the first (non-working) example?

Yep there is one. Have look at my config:

solaris::
#/usr/local.stand, an tg: wegen icipmail/cmqueue s-bits
/ ignore=/local ignore=/src ignore=/mnt ignore=/proj ignore=/autofs
ignore=/home ignore=/proc ignore=/dev ignore=/devices ignore=/usr/local.stand
ignore=/usr/bin/at          ignore=/usr/bin/atq
ignore=/usr/bin/atrm        ignore=/usr/bin/crontab
ignore=/usr/bin/netstat     ignore=/usr/bin/su

http://wwwcip.informatik.uni-erlangen.de/~sithglan/cfengine/inputs/cfagent.conf

But that sux, too. But there should be a way using filters but I didn't figured
it out yet (not even treid hard). But if somebody else does ... please tell me.

:)

Greetings,
        Thomas
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Apparently cfenvd is trying to call netstat, but I don't have netstat in
/usr/ucb, where cfenvd is looking for it.  (I installed a minimal install,
that's why netstat isn't in /ucb.)  I still have a copy in /usr/bin, but i
think it's a bit of a hack just to link it.

Is this a compile-time option, or is it hard-coded?  I didn't see in
available in configure.

I'm using Sparc/Solaris, cfengine-2.0.4.

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