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Operating Systems HP-UX pwage-hpux-T for Trusted HPUX servers Post 302507533 by sparcguy on Thursday 24th of March 2011 06:27:53 AM
pwage-hpux-T for Trusted HPUX servers

I'm sharing this in case anybody needs it. Modified from the original solaris pwage script. This modified hpux script will check /etc/password file on hpux trusted systems search /tcb and grep the required u_succhg field. Calculate days to expiry and notify users via email.

original solaris pwage script: https://www.unix.com/shell-programmin...sword-age.html


for the hpux script you need to modify following

/etc/passwd file needs to have a "+email@domain.com" in the description field. You can use '+' or any other symbol but not sure if you can use another ':'

aixguy:*:114:106:aix administrator +aixguy@unix.com:/home/aixguy:/usr/bin/sh
hpuxguy:*:103:106:hpux admin +hpuxguy@unix.com:/home/hpuxguy:/usr/bin/sh
sparcguy:*:112:106:solaris administrator +sparcguy@unix.com:/home/sparcguy:/usr/bin/ksh


MAXAGE=90 <-- we use 90 day expiry policy modify for yours.

Quote:
#! /bin/sh
for i in `cat /etc/passwd | grep \@ | sed 's/:/+/g' | cut -d+ -f1`
do
Quote:
for j in `find /tcb -name $i -exec ls -1 {} \;`
do
LASTPWCHG=`cat $j | grep u_succhg | sed 's/:/#/g' | cut -d# -f3`
DAYSEC=`echo "60*60*24" | bc`
DAWNOFTIME=`/usr/contrib/bin/perl -e 'print int(time)'`
SECSAGO=`echo "$DAWNOFTIME - $LASTPWCHG" | bc`
DAYSAGO=`echo $SECSAGO/$DAYSEC | bc`
done
MAXAGE=90
LEFTDAYS=`echo "$MAXAGE - $DAYSAGO" | bc`

if [[ "$LEFTDAYS" = 7 ]]
then
EMAILID=`cat /etc/passwd | grep $i | sed 's/:/+/g' | cut -d+ -f6`
echo "Your unix id $i will expire in $LEFTDAYS days" | mailx -s "`uname -n` Password aging Reminder" $EMAILID
fi

if [[ "$LEFTDAYS" = 3 ]]
then
EMAILID=`cat /etc/passwd | grep $i | sed 's/:/+/g' | cut -d+ -f6`
echo "Your unix id $i will expire in $LEFTDAYS days" | mailx -s "`uname -n` Password aging Reminder" $EMAILID
fi

if [[ "$LEFTDAYS" -lt 0 ]]
then
EMAILID=`cat /etc/passwd | grep $i | sed 's/:/+/g' | cut -d+ -f6`
echo "Please note that your unix id $i has aleaady expired" | mailx -s "`uname -n` Password aging Reminder" $EMAILID
fi
done
If you want to test modify MAXAGE=0 or 10

do not run against un-trusted hpux boxes
 
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Send mail using the SMTP protocol. calibre-smtp has two modes of operation. In the compose mode you specify from to and text and these are used to build and send an email message. In the filter mode, calibre-smtp reads a complete email message from STDIN and sends it. text is the body of the email message. If text is not specified, a complete email message is read from STDIN. from is the email address of the sender and to is the email address of the recipient. When a complete email is read from STDIN, from and to are only used in the SMTP negotiation, the message headers are not modified. Whenever you pass arguments to calibre-smtp that have spaces in them, enclose the arguments in quotation marks. OPTIONS
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