Permission Denied Failure occurs during WMQ FTE V7 install as Non-root User
Your WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition (WMQ FTE) V7 install fails due to umask settings for the userid that installs it.
WMQ FTE installed as non-root user fails with "permission denied" errors
The WMQ FTE manual indicates you can install to a non-system location if you do not have root access to the default installation location. However, when attempting installation with a non-root user ID, a permission denied error is received if the umask for that UserID is too restrictive to allow creation of subdirectories with execute permissions.
Diagnosing the problem
During installation, subdirectories are created. If the umask for the UserID performing the install does not allow the proper authority (that is, execute permission for new directories) then the installation fails with "permission denied" error.
$ ./install.bin –i console
./install.bin: /tmp/install.dir.29560: Permission denied.
./install.bin: HPUX: Permission denied.
Rm: cannot stat /tmp/install.dir.29560/HPUX/resource/jre_padded: Permission denied
Resolving the problem
To resolve the problem, have your system administrator alter the umask for your install user id to allow creation of subdirectories with execute permissions (for example to 027).
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WMQ MQ FTE WMQFTE MQFTE
More support for:
WMQ File Transfer Edition
Software version: 7.0.2, 7.0.3, 7.0.4
Operating system(s): AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris
Reference #: 1566687
Modified date: 28 August 2013