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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 12, 2021

Make RDQM solution compatible with SELINUX as enforcing.

Setting SELINUX policies as permissive is a security breach in Barclays and thus will not be encouraged. Our CSO standards enforce us to enable selinux and thus will be a limitation for implementing RDQM solution at our organisation. Since MQ now supports selinux, it would be better to implement it in RDQM as well.

Idea priority High
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Nov 2, 2021

    The MQ support situation for SELinux is described at

    Outside of the container environment, there are already limits on how the qmgr can be run:

    All MQ applications, control commands and queue managers must run in an unconfined SELinux security context (for example, SELinux user unconfined_u).

    A similar statement would apply for RDQM. We would not expect it to support running in an environment more constrained than the queue manager.