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Safeguard for Sudo 2.0 - Administrators Guide

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rungroup

Description

Type string READ/WRITE

rungroup is a modifiable copy of the group input variable. It specifies the primary group for pmlocald to use when initializing the runtime environment.

Example
if ( (user == "apache") && (command == "admin.cgi") ) 
{ 
   rungroup="root"; 
}
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groups

group

rungroups

rungroups

Description

Type list READ/WRITE

rungroups is a modifiable copy of the groups input variable. It specifies the full list of groups for pmlocad to use when initializing the runtime environment.

Example
if ( (user == "apache") && (command == "admin.cgi") ) 
{ 
   rungroups={"admin","operators"}; 
}
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groups

group

rungroup

runhost

Description

Type string READ/WRITE

runhost specifies the host on which the runcommand will execute.

Example
If ( command == "runSimulation" ) 
{ 
   runhost="sol34.test.com"; 
}
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host

runnice

Description

Type integer READ/WRITE

runnice specifies the execution priority that pmlocald sets when initializing the runtime environment. (For more details, see the UNIX® man pages for nice.)

Example
if ( timebetween(900,1630) ) 
{ 
   runnice=010; 
} 
   else 
{ 
   runnice=020; 
}
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nice

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