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RE: P.S. - RE: [redhat-list] updates pending question



Constance   Morris wrote:
> [mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Alfred Hovdestad
> On 09/05/13 02:15 PM, Constance Morris wrote:
>
>> If so, I have finished the 506 updates that redhat showed were needed.
>> But then noticed today that 116 showing failed had been placed in the
>> Events history section on the red hat customer portal website for my
>> registered server. Since my problem with clients still not being able to
>> SSH via SFTP in Expression Web still exists after finishing the updates
>> - I wanted to get these 116 done to see if that would fix the problem.
>> But I can't seem to get them to run.
>>
>> Our Network Administrator suggested that my problem with the SSH / SFTP
>> Expression Web Websever access was due to there being different versions
>> on the system now because of the updates. He said I needed to check the
>> versions of both and may need to uninstall SSH, compile a version from
>> source that will work with SFTP.
>>
>> All that is greek to me. He said he manually created what had been setup
>> for the SSH / SFTP that was running well before I did some of those
>> updates.
>>
>> I put in the command:  ssh -v          and got the version of SSH  (Open
>> SSH_4.3p2, OpenSSH 0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 01 Jul 2008)
>> But I cannot find a way to check the sftp version to compare.
>>
>> Any suggestions - web links, you can think of to pass on to help me?

Sure: type which sftp, then rpm -q --whatprovides <the full path to sftp,
like /usr/bin/sftp>
>
> There are several things that you can try.  From the command line, enter:
>
> yum clean all
> yum update
>
> To see if any updates are still pending.  Next check the package that the
> sftp command belongs to:
>
> which sftp
> rpm -qf /usr/bin/sftp
> rpm -qf /usr/bin/ssh
>
> They should belong to the same package.
>
> Yum update shows me there are no packages marked for update.
> Yes, the locations are the same for sftp and ssh, but not sshd.
> Not sure if that makes a difference with the sshd not being in a similar
> path location as the other two.

That should be in /usr/sbin/sshd - that's run as root by the system, not
by users.

> But they all 3 are showing to belong to the same package.

So I go back to strongly suggesting that whoever set these users up in Web
Expressions did it wrong, or, in the case of the third person, did not
complete the job. However WE is managed, that, I think, is where your
problem lies.

Oh, two other things: first, is selinux enabled (enter getenforce)?
Second, if you answered this, I've forgotten, but if the three users have
actual directories where they're supposed to be, what is the ownership and
permission of the home directories and those under them? They should be
owned by the user, the group whatever all the other normal users are, and
permissions should *probably* be rwx------, or rwxr-x---, or rwxr-xr-x.

        mark



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