When Shop standards dictates Java to be installed on a file system mounted with the NOSETUID attribute, is there a way to run CSM without encountering the failure.
BPXP015I HFS PROGRAM /ZOS2F3/usr/lpp/java/J7.1_64/bin/classic/libjvm.so 511 IS FROM A FILE SYSTEM MOUNTED WITH THE NOSETUID ATTRIBUTE.
BPXP014I ENVIRONMENT MUST BE CONTROLLED FOR SERVER (BPX.SERVER) PROCESSING. BPXM023I (MSMTC) MSM0010E CA CSM STARTUP FAILED
By design, CSM makes authorized calls via JNI with our USS 'so' libraries having the +p (program controlled) attribute. If java is installed into a separate file system
and mounted with NOSETUID, CSM loses the necessary authorization to make those specific resource calls.
For a successful execution of CSM, Java's file system needs to be mounted with SETUID.