AMQ9524 and AMQ9508 reason code MQRC_SECURITY_ERROR (2063)

Technote (troubleshooting)


Problem(Abstract)

Your WebSphere MQ (WMQ) queue manager fails to connect to another WebSphere MQ Solaris queue manager. The connection fails with: AMQ9524 - queue manager not available.

Symptom

Error logs shows:

AMQ9508: Program cannot connect to the queue manager.
EXPLANATION:
The connection attempt to queue manager 'SDQA41' failed with reason code
2063 MQRC_SECURITY_ERROR.

AMQ9509: Program cannot open queue manager object.
EXPLANATION:
The attempt to open either the queue or queue manager object 'ICTXXT01'
queue manager 'SDQA41' failed with reason code 2085.

Additional information
2063  0x0000080f  MQRC_SECURITY_ERROR
2085  0x00000825  MQRC_UNKNOWN_OBJECT_NAME

FDC's report the following:

MQSeries First Failure Symptom Report
| =====================================
| Host Name         :- XXXXXXXX (SunOS 5.6)
| Product Long Name :- MQSeries for Sun Solaris 2 (Sparc)
| Probe Id          :- ZF048015
| Application Name  :- MQM
| Component         :- zfu_as_searchprincipallist
| UserID            :- 00011001 (root)
| Program Name      :- amqzlaa0_nd
| Process           :- 00014376
| Major Errorcode   :- krcE_UNEXPECTED_ERROR
| Probe Type        :- INCORROUT
| Probe Description :- AMQ6125: An internal MQSeries error has occurred.
+--------------------------------------------
MQM Function Stack
zlaMainThread
zlaProcessMessage
zlaProcessMQIRequest
zlaMQCONN
zsqMQCONN
kpiMQCONN
kqiAuthorityChecks
gpiCheckObjectAuthority
zfu_as_checkobjectauthority
zfu_as_calculateauthority
zfu_as_searchprincipallist
xcsFFST


Cause

The issue is with the userid "mqm" being created LOCALLY. The Solaris box was using NIS+. The security error was due to a conflict between the local userid and NIS+ userid.


Resolving the problem

Delete the local userid "mqm".


Product Alias/Synonym

WebSphere MQ WMQ MQSeries

Document information


More support for:

WebSphere MQ
Security

Software version:

6.0, 7.0, 7.1, 7.5, 8.0

Operating system(s):

Solaris

Reference #:

1110449

Modified date:

2012-12-26

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