This article applies to BoKS Manager 7.1.
If a user runs 'nested' suexec sessions (e.g. in a shell started by suexec), the audit log entries contain the wrong username.
For instance, if the user "ua" runs 'suexec /opt/boksm/sbin/boksadm', and from that shell then runs 'suexec /bin/pwd', then the user "root" would be recorded as running 'suexec /bin/pwd', instead of the user "ua".
This problem was introduced in hotfix HFBM-0161-1. That means if you install any of the hotfixes in the list below, the problem can occur:
The erroneous code in the suexec binary has been fixed.
Resolution / Workaround
To resolve this issue, apply hotfixes HFBM-0252 and HFBM-0253, available for download from the HelpSystems Community Portal.
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