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Status Is a defect
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 3, 2023

runmqdlq should not be setuid

For some reason the runmqdlq program is a setuid program. Now that it can be run with the -c flag this is problematic. O/S Permissions (execute permissions for mqm on the full directory structure) that would not be needed by a 'normal' MQ application have to be granted in order for it to successfully read a CCDT file. Please review whether it is really still necessary to have runmqdlq be a setuid program.

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Sep 27, 2023

    This will be handled as a defect for fixing in a future version. For some reason it was missed off the list when a number of other tools' permissions were modified