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lsof: can't open /dev/mem: Permission denied lsof: can't open /dev/kmem: Permission denied Remove advertisements Sponsored Links vr23 View Public Profile Find all posts by vr23 #5 04-17-2008 Smiling Dragon Then either send that first in a seperate file, or include it in the file name. I probably should have said "This is similar to" rather than "This is pretty much", though. Join this group Popular White Paper On This Topic Taking Business Intelligence to the Next Level 2Replies Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be this contact form

Quote:>(I'm currently open-minded about ACLs on Unix, but this doesn't seem to >be a convincing example in their favour.) It's very much an argument that favors confining privileges to more appropriate If you need immediate assistance please contact technical support. Any idea what the kmem permission error is? So if permissions are this restrictive then the Unix OS Agent cant run as any user other than root as SetPerm, SecureMain or any other tool in CANDLEHOME doesnt set permissions http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/1800106-an-error-occurred-cannot-open-devkmem-permission-denied-3806289

Have you tried configuring /etc/privgroup or use setprivgrp to assign MLOCK privileges to the dba group?For more information, man 1m setprivgrp. Have your FTP process at the other end, send the file as something like filename.tmp, then rename it once the transfer is finished Use an app designed for the purpose like Should permissions on /dev/kmem be changed to u+r or the user should be placed in system group This is on AIX and perms are cr--r----- , owner is root and group

Solve problems - It's Free Create your account in seconds E-mail address is taken If this is your account,sign in here Email address Username Between 5 and 30 characters. Please try again later or contact support for further assistance. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Ive also installed the agent as itmadmin:itmgroup and then run $CANDLEHOME/bin/SetPerm and this is all successful and the agent starts up.

As for this being a cracker's muddy footprints, I suppose that's possible. This method changes the > group ownership of /dev/mem and /dev/kmem. OK × Contact Support Your account is currently being set up. http://mit.edu/~jik/sipbsrc/sun4c_53/lsof/lsof_3.61/00FAQ That's the reason adding dba to sys group got it working (since sys is the group owner of kmem).

manoj.solaris AIX 1 09-07-2011 01:44 AM (Urgent):Creating flat file using sql script and sqlplus from UNIX Shell Script praka Shell Programming and Scripting 6 04-15-2009 07:09 AM Urgent help needed to Permissions on /dev/kmem (Which points to /devices/pseudo/[email protected]:kmem) are: crw-r----- 1 root sys 13, 1 Oct 25 11:33 [email protected]:kmem crw-r----- 1 root sys 13, 0 Oct 25 11:33 [email protected]:mem /dev/mem and /dev/kmem This is pretty much what FreeBSD does, too: crw-r----- 1 root kmem 2, 1 Dec 30 1999 /dev/kmem crw-r----- 1 root kmem 2, 0 Dec 30 1999 PAO does not show correct AIX system resources such as CPU.

This method changes the >group ownership of /dev/mem and /dev/kmem. http://seclists.org/bugtraq/1995/Jan/263 If you own the SonicWALL product requested please confirm that you have registered your product at My SonicWALL . Check your backups and see what group owned them there. Regards.Steven Sim Kok LeongBrainbench MVP for Unix Adminhttp://www.brainbench.com Email: [email protected]

I did this little explanation because of all you can see two different Ethernet but the same issues, this issues appear when I can tried to see the "etXX" or the weblink jas_forsyth 100000GBMN 9 Posts Re: kmem permission denied ‏2008-01-15T14:52:45Z This is the accepted answer. Vic Abell Top 1. /dev/kmem: Permission denied Friends, Does anyone know why I get the following message when I try to execute such commands as "top" and "traceroute". Should permissions on /dev/kmem be changed to > u+r or the user should be placed in system group > This is on AIX and perms are cr--r----- , owner is root

To > my knowledge AIX was one of the first systems to allow this; Solaris > finally caught up at version 8 (Sun calls the command setfacl(1).) > I haven't found However, I always get no data into the portal when I run as itmadmin and I get an error in the logs saying Failure to open /dev/kmem, errno = 13: permission PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused Share?Profiles ▼Communities ▼Apps ▼ Forums IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) General Discussion Log in to participate Expanded section▼Topic Tags ? navigate here Homepage: https://www.beepz.com 0 Kudos Reply maria paschali Frequent Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎12-06-2001 10:09 PM

Imation Adaptive Planning Dell Software View All Topics View All Members View All Companies Toolbox for IT Topics UNIX Groups Ask a New Question IBM AIX The IBM AIX group is Using the AIX aclput(1) >command allows one to leave the group unchanged and to declare a >new group -- kmem in my example -- that has read privileges. From: Adams Kevin J ([email protected]) Date: Tue Oct 01 2002 - 15:24:45 EDT Next message: [email protected]: "Re: Safe to add read attributes to /dev/kmem?" Previous message: Viren Gupta: "Re: error log

for a non root user, what needs to be done.

Continue Search Sign In Sign In Create Support Account Products ActiveRoles Boomi Change Auditor Foglight Identity Manager KACE Migration Manager Rapid Recovery Recovery Manager SharePlex SonicWALL Spotlight Statistica Toad View all The time now is 09:21 PM. - Contact Us - UNIX & Linux - unix commands, linux commands, linux server, linux ubuntu, shell script, linux distros. - Advertising - Top To my knowledge AIX was one of the first systems to allow this; Solaris finally caught up at version 8 (Sun calls the command setfacl(1).) I haven't found an application to cdrecord, Redhat 5.0 and Yamaha 3. /dev/kmem permission denied 4.

That's why I was saying it'll be difficult Remove advertisements Sponsored Links Smiling Dragon View Public Profile Find all posts by Smiling Dragon #6 04-19-2008 matrixmadhan Technorati Master Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity. Can anyone tell me how they have managed to get the AIX OS Agent to run as non root and not get the kmem permission denied error? http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-etc-hosts-allow-too-many-open-files.html Search All Articles About Us Company Partners Resources Knowledge Base Download Software Technical Documentation Training and Certification Professional Services Related AppAssure Licensing Portal Licensing Assistance Renew Support Social Facebook Google+ LinkedIn

Is there a way to avoid processing files that are curently being copied ?? Patzebike replied Oct 11, 2010 Hello , many ways to investigate : - perm of /dev (should be 775) - perm of /dev/kmem (add "r" for other) - have a look ie : - " --------------------- Start Oracle SQLCA ---------------------- sqlcaid: sqlabs: 0 sqlcode: -3114 sqlerrml: 35 sqlerrmc: ORA-03114: not connected to ORACLE sqlerrp: sqlerrd: sqlwarn: sqlext: --------------------- End Oracle SQLCA ---------------------- Wrong permissions for /dev/pts/0 and /dev/pts/1 13. /dev/ttyp# & /dev/pts permissions 8 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report To use Google Groups Discussions, please

If someone knew an easy way into group sys but not group kmem, something like this might have been intended as a way of leaving a hole open for later. I have no problems when I execute them as root. Go to Solution. 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 6 REPLIES Steven Sim Kok Leong Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Look into sudo.

And this seams to have solved my first problem ie connecting into svrmgrl. Regards.Steven Sim Kok LeongBrainbench MVP for Unix Adminhttp://www.brainbench.com Email: [email protected] http://www.courtesan.com/sudo/ You _don't_ want to let all non-root users read from /dev/kmem. Description Successfully Installed Performance Analysis for Oracle (PAO) on AIX platform.

TIA Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy. Should permissions on /dev/kmem be changed to >u+r or the user should be placed in system group >This is on AIX and perms are cr--r----- , owner is root and group I woudl suggest to, Recheck the oracle install .HTHraj Take it easy. 0 Kudos Reply maria paschali Frequent Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Top /dev/kmem permissions by Vic Abe » Sun, 02 Jul 2000 04:00:00 >In order to run commands like crash, pstat etc.

Check the permissions on (say) top; if it's setgid kmem, then kmem/mem will have to be group kmem, or else world read, for it to work. Home | Invite Peers | More UNIX Groups Your account is ready. I have um, ud, tems, teps all running as itmadmin:itmgroup. Please contact Support for further assistance.

At least on any system I've ever looked at, which I mercifully has not included Solaris yet. TIA, Anthony This electronic message transmission, including any attachments, contains information from PacifiCare Health Systems Inc. Please try again. Continue × Register as SonicWALL User Sorry, we are having issues processing your request.