Syed
Community Manager
Community Manager
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Take the RHEL Troubleshooting Challenge # 3 and see how you fare!

You've walked in to the office, and barely feel the warmth of your first mug of coffee when your boss, Scott, calmly walks up to you.

"Yeah, so look, theres a problem. You were out yesterday, and... you know, I couldn't bother you because of that pesky company policy thing... Anyway, you know before being a manager, I did the same work as you, so I handled a few things for you. You're welcome!"

Scott goes on to tell you that he setup some sudo rights for the web guys. "They just want to be able to manage httpd. Must be on some kinda power trip over there in the web group." he says.

Can you fix his sudoers drop-in so that it let's the "webteam" user restart (and otherwise manage) httpd via systemd? Scott got started on one in /etc/sudoers.d/webteam-sudo but..well.. Contrary to his belief, it's not working.

Take the RHEL Troubleshooting Challenge # 3 and see if you can fix it!

Thank you @Scott for creating this engaging challenge, we appreciate it!

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napapornt
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist
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Done.

 

Chetan_Tiwary_
Moderator
Moderator
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@napapornt request to not disclose the solution - it is a challenge and meant for learning purpose. 

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itshammy
Cadet
Cadet
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Thank you for sharing this challenge!

 

For those of us who are new to linux and may be struggling with limiting the sudo commands available to the group, will the solution eventually be provided? 

Emanuel_Haine
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer
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Nice to have some troubleshooting labs!

Thanks for sharing!

@Syed , do you have the link for the first and second ones?

jgarcia020
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist
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very good!

Thanks

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