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After run ps , uptime , w command I get reply "killed"

Hi,

After run ps , uptime , w command I get reply "killed" as normal dba and staff group user.

As root every command works fine.
I cheched all the user settings , right with other servers and I could not find any error and other settings.

The oslevel is 5300-10-01-0921.

Any idea to check?
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Can you paste the exact terminal output that you see?
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Hi,
Yes , for example?

[root@fihelor03:/root/]#su - test
[test@fihelor03:/home/test]$ps
Killed
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Just a guess: could it be that the user is missing access to the shared libraries somehow?

I hope this helps.

bakunin
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What do you mean under shared libraries. Exactly which?
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On an AIX 5.3 system /usr/bin/ps uses libc.a, libwlm.a and libaacct.a.
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Try comparing all ulimit values for root and the user.

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