RP/TUX 9.1 - The ISH.pipe socket files are created with world writable permissions
(Doc ID 778205.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 9.1 and later
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***Checked for relevance on 15-07-2010***
DESCRIPTION: When starting the IIOP Server Listener (ISL) with the following options in the ubbconfig, the socket files: ISL SRVGRP=G_APPL SRVID=100 SEQUENCE=200 RESTART=Y CLOPT="-A -o /var/opt/appl/ISL.out -e /var/opt/appl/ISL.err -- -n //host_name port_number -d /dev/t cp -m 25 -M 40 -x 40 -T 30" ISH.pipe is created with world writable permissions (not taking into account the umask set for the newly created files on the machine). For example, the file permissions on the newly created socket files are: srwxrwxrwx -- ISH.pipe.0.20.100 Instead, the expected permissions on these files are: srwxr-x--- -- ISH.pipe.0.20.100 The problem exists on the HPUX Itanium boxes, with Tuxedo 9.1 and the umask set to 027. CONFIGURATION: Tuxedo 9.1
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