Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 878439
Differences between rebased sudo in RHEL-6.4 and RHEL-7.0
Last modified: 2014-06-18 03:44:17 EDT
Description of problem:
There are differences between rebases of sudo in RHEL-6.4 and RHEL-7.0.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpm -q sudo
2. rpm -ql sudo | grep '/etc'
[root@dhcp-25-53 ~]# rpm -q sudo
[root@dhcp-25-53 ~]# rpm -ql sudo | grep '/etc'
i:ppc64|m:ppc64 root@ibm-p730-03-lp3 [~]# rpm -q sudo
i:ppc64|m:ppc64 root@ibm-p730-03-lp3 [~]# rpm -ql sudo | grep '/etc'
RHEL-7's sudo should contain /etc/sudo.conf and /etc/sudo-ldap.conf. It might also need additional investigation of functionality comparing both versions.
$ sudo -V | grep /etc/ldap.conf ; echo $?
i:ppc64|m:ppc64 root@ibm-p730-03-lp3 [bz652726-sudo-and-nss_ldap-use-the-same-ldap-config]# sudo -V | grep /etc/ldap.conf ; echo $?
ldap.conf path: /etc/ldap.conf
why is this bug in MODIFIED state? I don't see any change in the package, "fixed in version" is empty also. What changed, what's the decision of this bug?
Thanks and Regards!
Tested package: sudo-1.8.6p7-2.el7.x86_64
I'm switching back this bug to ASSIGNED.
Rebased rhel7 package is missing plenty of patches that rhel6 do have.
This should have been discovered by Regression testing in Tiers.
For now there are at two patches that needs to be brought forward, see Depends on bugs.
These are the patches and config files are missing:
Dan, could you please justify the removal of each of these? Test coverage is a bit messy in this area and this would help us find whether our tests or the features are broken.
(In reply to Aleš Mareček from comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> There are differences between rebases of sudo in RHEL-6.4 and RHEL-7.0.
(In reply to Lukas -krtek.net- Novy from comment #4)
> These are the patches and config files are missing:
Added in the latest build.
Removed. They were accepted upstream and are
part of 1.8.6p7 sources.
This request was resolved in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0.
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