MQ websphere create mq failing AMQ6239

Hello EE,

I am trying to create a qm using the below , however receiving "AMQ6239 : Permission denied attempting to access filesystem location \\server1\wmq\data"

However, the websphere mq user whihc the ibm instance runs under does have fiull access to the \\server1\wmq\data . I also loged in to the mq server as that user and browsed to the fileshare location and able to read and write , can you please help.

crtmqm -a "somedomain\domain mqm" -sax -u SYSTEM.DEAD.LETTER.QUEUE -md \\server1\wmq\data -ld \\server1\wmq\logs  QM1

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davesnbAsked:
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HonorGodSoftware EngineerCommented:
1. What version of MQ are we talking about? (not that I think it has anything to do with this specific situation).
2. What OS are you using (including version)?
3. Do you really have a space in the -a value?
    "somedomain\domain mqm"
4. Is the whihc user a member of "somedomain\domain mqm"?
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lgacsCommented:
Your problem - potential causes and the solution - is described here:
http://www.mqseries.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=321786&sid=7d3f24dc1bb88a66d10d043f54763edb
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davesnbAuthor Commented:
@Igacs, so what is the solution , it is not articulated well in that article as it pertains to my situation .
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davesnbAuthor Commented:
1. What version of MQ are we talking about? (not that I think it has anything to do with this specific situation).

MQ version 8.0.2


2. What OS are you using (including version)?

2012 server R2

3. Do you really have a space in the -a value?
    "somedomain\domain mqm"

yes

4. Is the whihc user a member of "somedomain\domain mqm"?

yes
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lgacsCommented:
"Did you look at the prerequisites for a Multi Instance qmgr on Windows?
Like
NFS4 shared file system
both primary and secondary being on a domain controller machine

and other considerations for domain access and security come to mind..."
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davesnbAuthor Commented:
Issue was with the read only attribute in 2012 .
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HonorGodSoftware EngineerCommented:
What had the read only attribute?  The specified filesystem (i.e., \\server1\wmq, or \\server1\wmq\data, or \\server1\wmq\logs)?
Thanks, btw
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