CA CSM Application Server Fails at Startup with Insufficient Privileges for BPX.SERVER
I cannot start up the CA CSM application server. I see the following messages in the log:
MMS0001E - Insufficient privileges: server requires FACILITY:BPX.SERVER(READ).
13.54.54 JOB47638 BPXP015I HFS PROGRAM /bin/sh IS NOT MARKED PROGRAM CONTROLLED.
13.54.54 JOB47638 BPXP014I ENVIRONMENT MUST BE CONTROLLED FOR SERVER (BPX.SERVER) PROCESSING.
The check for privileges that are needed for the CA CSM application server to run has failed.
- Verify whether a sticky bit is on for /bin/sh:
ls -l /bin/sh
If the sticky bit is on, you get the result similar to the following output, where the letter t represents the sticky bit:
-rwxr-xr-t --s- 2 USER01 GROUP 1712128 May 2 2014 /bin/sh
If t is missing, set the sticky bit for /bin/sh:
chmod +t /bin/sh
- If /bin/sh is executed from a file system that is mounted with the NOSETUID attribute (that is, considered untrusted), remount the file system with the SETUID attribute.