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Re: sudo in script -- automate with password

From: <amit.poddar_at_yale.edu>
Date: 2006-01-04 22:24:48
Message-id: 20060104162448.b7srlitqisc48cs4@www.mail.yale.edu


this works for me

sudo -S ls -ltr I have got a database script that mid-way through the script it needs
> to log in as sudo and run a process. The problem is the sudo
> password. I can't figure out a way to put it in the script instead
> of manually having to enter it. Pulling the password from a password
> file doesn't seem to work either. Has anyone else found a solution
> to this or needed to do this? The OS is AIX and it is Oracle 9202.
> Is there a special syntax that needs to be used?
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