ID Management Security guideline for Linux, AIX, SunOS and HP UX


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ID Management Security guideline for Linux, AIX, SunOS and HP UX

I'm searching for COMPREHENSIVE ID management security guideline to manage user administration in my current job. I couldn't find it online or the books that could help.

What I need to know:
  1. User security directories and how to use it.
  2. How user should be managed.
  3. How the standard user policies should be.
  4. How to manage and check sudo logs.
  5. All about root id management.
  6. and many more that I'm suppose to know for ID management Security in corporate companies.

Please help. I really need this badly to set a standard policies and monitoring for my new project for Linux, AIX, SunOS and HP UX servers. We have about 10 000 servers which I need to standardize.

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MP_EnablePath(3MPAPI)				   Common Multipath Management Library Functions			     MP_EnablePath(3MPAPI)

NAME
MP_EnablePath - enable a path SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lMPAPI [ library... ] #include <mpapi.h> MP_STATUS MP_EnablePath(MP_OID oid); PARAMETERS
oid The object ID of the path. DESCRIPTION
The MP_EnablePath() function enables a path. This API might cause failover in a logical unit with asymmetric access. This API sets the field disabled of structure MP_PATH_LOGICAL_UNIT_PROPERTIES to false. RETURN VALUES
MP_STATUS_INVALID_OBJECT_TYPE The oid does not specify any valid object type. This is most likely to happen if an uninitialized object ID is passed to the API. MP_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER The oid has a type subfield other than MP_OBJECT_TYPE_PATH_LU. MP_STATUS_OBJECT_NOT_FOUND The oid owner ID or object sequence number is invalid. MP_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED The API is not supported. MP_STATUS_TRY_AGAIN The path cannot be enabled at this time. MP_STATUS_SUCCESS The operation is successful. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Standard: ANSI INCITS 412 | | |Multipath Management API | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
libMPAPI(3LIB), MP_DisablePath(3MPAPI), attributes(5) Multipath Management API Version 1.0 SunOS 5.11 15 Feb 2006 MP_EnablePath(3MPAPI)

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