Now do I have a problem with file permissions.
In Tuxedo 11g (patch 098) tmloadcf, dmloadcf, tmloadrepos and wsloadcf create file (TUXCONFIG, SALTCONFIG, GW_S3.REPOSITORY and BDMCONFIG)
with a very tight permission.
-rw------- 1 utvgw lok0000 366592 aug 29 14:21 GW_S3.BDMCONFIG
-rw------- 1 utvgw lok0000 543744 aug 29 14:21 GW_S3.Emma.SALTCONFIG
-rw------- 1 utvgw lok0000 614400 aug 29 14:21 GW_S3.TUXCONFIG
-rw------- 1 utvgw lok0000 55423 aug 29 14:21 GW_S3.REPOSITORY
My umask is 022 and PERM in UBB is 0666.
Is this a normal behavior in 11g? It was not there in 10.3.
I know that Tuxedo is installed with a much tighter file permisson and we are forced to change that.
Ofcourse can I come around it with chmod, but is there a way to avoid it.
Yes, in Tuxedo 11gR1 the default file permissions for many files are now 0600. The platform chmod command is the recommended way to change from this default.
The following KM document also contains some other file permission change details:
"Changes in File Permission in Tuxedo 11gR1 (Doc ID 1291551.1)"