Access to /pfs for a non-root user on Security Analytics
Last Updated May 13, 2017
WARNING: Be cautious when making this change. Whichever user you designate in this file will have FULL access to read all capture traffic on the Security Analytics appliance.
The instructions to add the solera-dsfs file are as follows:
1. Edit the solera-dsfs file and change the user ‘cliuser1’ to your desired user name.
2. Make a copy of the solera-dsfs file # cp /etc/sudoers.d/solera-dsfs /etc/sudoers.d/solera-dsfs.original
3. SCP the new file to the SA appliance. # scp solera-dsfs root@[appliance_ip]:/etc/sudoers.d
Note: The change will be immediate.
This provides access to perform ls, cat, grep, and egrep commands on the /pfs file system. You can add additional commands as long as you follow the syntax within the code block. The only command that will not work is the ‘cd’ command since ‘cd’ is a built-in Linux command and not accessible to a sudo user.