Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.2 Release Notes

On UNIX, overly restrictive execute permissions on Application Server start and stop scripts. (ID 6206176)


If you run the asadmin restore-domain command while logged in as user "A", the scripts will end up with permissions as 744 (rwxr--r--). If you subsequently attempt to start or stop a domain as user "B" (even if "B" is root), it will fail because the scripts are only executable for "A".


Change the permissions on the scripts:

chmod 755 appserv/domains/domain-name/bin/*