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Re: [SOGo] Behaviour of sogo-tool and sogo-alarms-notify in version 3 on Debian Stretch


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  • From: André Rodier ( ) < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Behaviour of sogo-tool and sogo-alarms-notify in version 3 on Debian Stretch
  • Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2019 20:58:24 +0000
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Hello again,

I don't mind looking for the origin of the bug myself, but can you
point me in the direction, please?

Where can I see the source code of the tools sogo-ealarms-notify and
sogo-tool on github?

Thanks,
André

On Sat, 2019-03-16 at 06:34 +0000, André Rodier wrote:
> Hello, good morning.
>
> I am using SOGo on Debian Stretch. I am globally very happy. Calendars
> and contacts are perfectly synchronised with my phone, the web interface
> is slick and simple, etc...
>
> I am also using AppArmor, and I am puzzled by a behaviour of some SOGo
> binaries on my system. Basically, these two tools are opening the root
> folder ("/") thousand times a day, just for reading and getting the
> attributes:
>
> > operation="getattr" profile="/usr/sbin/sogo-ealarms-notify" name="/"
> > comm="sogo-ealarms-no" requested_mask="r" fsuid=126 ouid=0
> > operation="getattr" profile="/usr/sbin/sogo-tool" name="/"
> > comm="sogo-tool" requested_mask="r" fsuid=126 ouid=0
> > operation="open" profile="/usr/sbin/sogo-tool" name="/"
> > comm="sogo-tool" requested_mask="r" fsuid=126 ouid=0
>
> To avoid any errors and to count them, I allowed but audited the
> requests.
>
> I literally have thousand queries per day, just this morning:
>
> > root@portal ~#
> > journalctl | grep AUDIT | grep sogo| grep 'Mar 16' | wc -l
> > 4393
>
> I really wonder why those binaries are opening the root ("/") folder,
> even for reading and getting the attributes.
>
> - What is the point of doing this?
> - Is this a bug?
> - Is this fixed in the version 4?
>
> Thanks a lot for your support. Your work is very valuable and will make
> people life easier.
>
> Kind regards,
> André

--
André Rodier
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