New sss_cache option to mark sudo rules as expired
This update enhances the "sss_cache" command from the System Security Services Daemon (SSSD). The options "-r" and "-R" have been added to mark one or all *sudo* rules as expired. This enables the administrator to force a refresh of new rules on the next *sudo* lookup. Please note that the *sudo* rules are refreshed using a different algorithm than the user and group entities. For more information about the mechanism, see the sssd-sudo(5) man page.