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SUDO help with command alias

Hi there,

I'm trying to setup sudo privileges for a user, Oracle in this case, to run Unix commands like mv,chmod, chown, mkdir, rmdir against their own set of commands or scripts.
Is there an easier way to do this than to give Unix commands for each of their respective commands as shown below since I'd have to do this for 30+ Oracle user commands ?

Code:
For eg...
User_Alias TESTGRP = %orauser

Cmnd_Alias TESTCMD=/usr/bin/mv /opt/oracle/bin, \
/usr/bin/chmod /opt/oracle/bin, \
/usr/bin/chown /opt/oracle/bin, \
/usr/bin/mkdir /opt/oracle/bin, \
/usr/bin/rmdir /opt/oracle/bin, \

/usr/bin/mv /opt/oracle/tmp, \
/usr/bin/chmod /opt/oracle/tmp, \
/usr/bin/chown /opt/oracle/tmp, \
/usr/bin/mkdir /opt/oracle/tmp, \
/usr/bin/rmdir /opt/oracle/tmp, \

/usr/bin/mv /opt/oracle/sbin, \
/usr/bin/chmod /opt/oracle/sbin, \
/usr/bin/chown /opt/oracle/sbin, \
/usr/bin/mkdir /opt/oracle/sbin, \
/usr/bin/rmdir /opt/oracle/sbin

TESTGRP ALL = TESTCMD

Thanks
/M

Last edited by mbak; 12-25-2013 at 08:22 PM.. Reason: removed unwanted space
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What OS is this?
Many of your commands would depend of OS (some allow users to chmod, chown… others don't…) and initial permissions in parent directories…
using groups and chmod 2775 <dir> can be of some help...
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This is for AIX/Linux and sudo does work on both OS if I use chmod,chown...etc individually as listed in my eg...for each of the Oracle user's commands but its tedious doing them individually if you have 20+ or 30+ Oracle user commands to run against.
 

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