I am trying to use
scsudo to run a number of defined commands to stop and start processes on a UNIX host. The issue I am experiencing is that
scsudo does not seem to like the use of positional parameters when script is called with
scsudo from command configuration file.
I have been tasked with implementing
scsudo to reduce the number of functional access requests to stop and start processes and other defined commands, and the administrative overhead associated with this.
Here is an example:
scsudo - <functional_id> "/opt/scripts/Start_Process_script.sh parameter1 parameter2 parameter3" Password: Reason: execvp: No such file or directory
It looks like the scsudo configuration file does not seem to handle the parameters when calling script and so fails to find script it has been asked to run.
I have placed parentheses around command including parameters but this still has not resolved the problem?
I have searched the web and Stack Exchange thoroughly but have been unable to return much if anything related to
scsudo in terms of guides or knowledge base for the use of
I would be very grateful for your assistant on this matter.