There is a likely problem to start Autosys if it's installed along with Privileged Identity Manager endpoint on the same Linux host
The problem only happens when both Autosys and Privileged Identity Manager endpoint are installed on the same host and both of them are set to start up automatically at boot up time.
Even if both the applications are not set to start up automatically at boot up time, Autosys sponsors might not start manually as.
This is due to a bug related to a system call parameter that has changed in the Kernel.
Operating System Redhat Linux 7.x (both 32 and 64 bit)Privileged Identity Manager endpoint - VeRsIoN: 12.81-0 (1912) -- This can be 32 or 64 bit.Autosys Version : 11.3.x (32 bit)
CA Privileged Identity Manager (PIM) endpoint application has a fix for this problem.
The fix for this is referenced as T3DB259. This fix address the cause for some 32-bit application hang state (not able to start) when running of x86_64 (64 bit Operating Systems - Linux) architecture with kernel build of 3.8
The fix T3DB259 can be provided by CA support upon request.
The fix can be applied as per the instructions provided in the readme along with the fix, also this fix can be manually applied by following the instructions below for 32 bit PIM endpoint.
How to deploy patch T3DB259 manually.
1. Stop PIM via secons -sk and unload PIM kernel module via SEOS_load -u.
You can verify we are unloaded by running the 'issec' command and checking the first line output as: CA ControlMinder kernel extension is not loaded.
2. Unzip/tar the T3DB259 so you can see all of the SEOS_syscall files.
3. Backup the exiting SEOS_syscall files:
# cp /opt/CA/AccessControl/bin/SEOS_syscall* /tmp/backup
4. Replace files with patch files:
# yes | cp SEOS_syscall.* /opt/CA/AccessControl/bin/
5. Set execute permissions on the new files:
# chmod +x /opt/CA/AccessControl/bin/SEOS_syscall*
6. Start PIM with seload
Once PIM is running please verify the issue has been resolved.