When installing RPMs or JAVA binaries, access denied is presented when starting services.
The default mask is set to something not 022. If the umask is not set to 022 prior to installing java or the DLP RPMs, you will see access denied when java tries to execute.
Release : 15.8
Component : Enforce, Detection
to check the current umask
umask by symbolic mode
Umask by octal
To change the umask
run the following commands to output the current umask and to change the value before installing JAVA or DLP RPMs.
Umask is a C-shell built-in command which allows you to determine or specify the default access (protection) mode for new files you create