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Oracle® Identity Manager Connector Guide for IBM RACF Advanced
Release 9.0.4

Part Number E10451-20
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H Voyager and Pioneer Control File Parameters

Table H-1 lists Voyager control file parameter and the corresponding descriptions.

Table H-1 Voyager Control File Parameters

Voyager Control File Parameter Descriptions

SUBPOOL_SIZE=

The size of the cache in Subpool 231(ECSA) Voyager will allocate for event messages created by installed exits. The values are from 0200K to 7500K. Before allocating verify that there is enough ECSA storage available.

TCPN=

The TCPIP STC name where Voyager is executing. This is required for socket allocations.

IPAD=

The LDAP IP address or hostname. The hostname can only be 40 characters long.

PORT=

The port the LDAP is listening on for Voyager messages.

DEBUG=

Turn on debugging (Y) or off (N), if "Y" output goes to DEBUGOUT.

ESIZE=

Always a value of 16, this never changes.

CSDATA=

Y or N, if the RACF database is supporting CSDATA fields, set this to "Y", if not set to "N".

VOYAGER_ID=

The ID defined to LDAP for Voyager, if several Voyagers are using the same RACF database, then they must all have the same VOYAGER_ID=

CACHE_DELAY=

The delay Voyager will use when issuing a write socket to the LDAP. This parameter is used in conjunction with the Oracle's OIM. If the installation does not use Oracle Identity Manager, code CACHE_DELAY=000. If the installation uses Oracle Identity Manager, initial setting of CACHE_DELAY=005 is a good starting point. The value is in seconds.

AUDIT_LOG=

Turn on Audit logging, "YES" or turn off "NO".

PIONEER_ID=

If coded, this value must be the RACF userID defined for Pioneer. When Voyager reads a subpool message and the issuer is this RACF userID, then Voyager will not send this message to the LDAP. If the parameter is not coded, no action takes place.


Table H-2 lists Pioneer control file parameter and the corresponding descriptions.

Table H-2 Pioneer Control File Parameters

Pioneer Control File Parameter Descriptions

TCPN=

The TCPIP STC name where Voyager is executing. This is required for socket allocations.

IPAD=

Must always be 0.0.0.0

PORT=

The Port Pioneer is listening on for LDAP messages.

DEBUG=

Turn on debugging (Y) or off (N), if "Y" output goes to DEBUGOUT.

ESIZE=

Always a value of 16, this never changes.

LPAR=

A 20 byte unique name.

POST_PROC_ALIAS=

If "T", true then Pioneer will honor all DEFINE/DELETE Alias requests from the LDAP, if "N", Pioneer will ignore all requests for DEFINE/DELETE Aliases.

IDLEMSG=

Y or N, If "Y" then Pioneer will output an IDLE message ever 60 minutes it is idle.

DEBUGOUT=

Only valid if DEBUG=Y, if DEBUG=N, this is ignored. If the output is to go to SYSOUT the following format should be used: DEBUGOUT=SYSOUT,CLASS(x)

Where "x" is the JES2 output class desired.

SPIN_CLASS=

The output SPIN class for DEBUGOUT when Pioneer shutsdown or debugging is turned off via Operator command.

AUDIT_LOG=

"YES", turns on the Audit log, output goes to AUDTLOG ddname of Pioneer

"NO" auditing will not be in effect.