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userhelper[32200]: pam_timestamp: timestamp file
`/var/run/sudo/oracle/unknown:root' has unacceptable age (143385
seconds), disallowing access to system-config-users for UID 500

userhelper[32200]: pam_timestamp: updated timestamp file
`/var/run/sudo/oracle/unknown:root'

userhelper[32208]: running
'/usr/share/system-config-users/system-config-users' with root
privileges on behalf of 'oracle'

I'm particularly curious about the 'unacceptable age' part.  I do often
su to root from oracle, but I don't understand where the 143385 seconds
comes from. It works out to like 40 hours. I'm not aware of any
continuous connection I would have that would be open that long. And
actually, now I see it says 'sudo', which I never use interactively.
Maybe it's an internal Oracle thing? Any thoughts?

Kelley Coleman
Database Administrator
VA Health Administration Center
Denver, Colorado
303-331-7521-o

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