When running a health check script that I use internally at work, I
noticed thousands of violations in databases I created using DB2 v9.7
on Linux and Unix, due to file permissions.
To contextualize, that HC tool checks for permissions and treats files with permission 775
under the DB2 installation directory as a violation (should be 755 or more restrictive).
After having a closer look at it, I noticed the files were related to
ITMA (IBM Tivoli Monitoring Agent) which is installed as part of DB2 9.7 by
After some... [More]