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Doubt About Unix server Authentication

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Hi DB2 Team.

My Enviroment of work is:

Server : AIX 5.1
DB2 : 7.2

Authentication Mode in server : SERVER
Instance parameter : sysadm_group = STAFF
User Created : geq_admi
User Characteristic : uid=218(geq_admi) gid=1(staff)
In control center appear without priviledges. But I can
create tables with my own schema.

My doubt is: The Unix user geq_admi has authorities of
sysadm ?
Any Suggestion will be gratefull



Nov 12 '05 #1
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"Pablo Ibarra Duprat" <sp*******> wrote in message
Instance parameter : sysadm_group = STAFF


You should use a dedicated group for sysadmin privs - something like
db2admin, etc - and it should only have a few dba userids in it.

Right now everyone including the guy that runs the leafblower owns
your database...

Nov 12 '05 #2

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