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direct SYSADM authority ??

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Hello , everyone !
It is appreciated that someone tell me what's the difference between
direct SYSADM authority and indirect SYSADM authority .

I am running a DB2 v8.1 fix9 on a linux server . I can only make a user
get an indirect SYSADM authority . How can a user get a direct SYSADM
authority ?

I have read a lot of information and searched through Google , but
found no clue .

thanks for help .

Nov 27 '05 #1
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Indirect sysadmin is acquired as being a member of a OS group that is
identified to the instance as being sysadm_group.
Look and/or search for sysadm_group in the db2 Admin. Guide under the DBM
CFG list of parameters.
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Hello , everyone !
It is appreciated that someone tell me what's the difference between
direct SYSADM authority and indirect SYSADM authority .

I am running a DB2 v8.1 fix9 on a linux server . I can only make a user
get an indirect SYSADM authority . How can a user get a direct SYSADM
authority ?

I have read a lot of information and searched through Google , but
found no clue .

thanks for help .


Nov 27 '05 #2

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li***@eyou.com wrote:
Hello , everyone !
It is appreciated that someone tell me what's the difference between
direct SYSADM authority and indirect SYSADM authority .

I am running a DB2 v8.1 fix9 on a linux server . I can only make a user
get an indirect SYSADM authority . How can a user get a direct SYSADM
authority ?


The authorities (SYSADM, SYSCTL, SYSMAINT) are all managed via groups. And
if you got an authoritiy via a group, then you have it as "indirect"
authority. I am not aware of any way to get "direct" authorities.

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Knut Stolze
DB2 Information Integration Development
IBM Germany
Nov 28 '05 #3

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thanks , Knut

Dec 3 '05 #4

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