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RE: Solaris cron audit problem

From: Baker, Darryl
Subject: RE: Solaris cron audit problem
Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 10:21:52 -0400

I believe the other way around it is to remove the .au files from the
crontab directory and restart cron whenever cfengine makes an edit to a
crontab file.

Darryl Baker
Senior Unix Specialist
gedas USA, Inc.
Operational Services Business Unit
3800 Hamlin Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
phone   +1-248-754-5341
fax     +1-248-754-6399

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> Subject: Solaris cron audit problem
> More fun...
> I finally have 2.1.14 running for the most part.  When I set 
> cfagent to
> make an entry 
> to the crontab, I get this in my /var/cron/log:
> !cron audit problem. job failed (x/x/x) for user root 
> After doing some googling, I've tracked it down to a combination of 
> Solaris, BMS (audit/security), and openssh.  Apparently my only 
> options are to turn off auditing or making crontab entries via 
> the console.  Neither of which are an option.  Any ideas?
> Switching to linux is sounding better and better...
> I'm not having these problems with those boxes...
> Paul
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