Your set of privileges affects the system resources and system
functions you are allowed to use. The following table describes
privileges and their functions:
ACNT Create a process for which no accounting is performed.
ALL Allow all privileges.
ALLSPOOL Allocate spooled devices.
ALTPRI Increase the base execution priority for any process.
BUGCHK Make bugcheck error log entries.
BYPASS Access resources without regard to UIC protection.
CMEXEC Change mode to Executive.
CMKRNL Change mode to Kernel.
DETACH Create detached processes.
DIAGNOSE Issue diagnostic I/O requests.
EXQUOTA Exceed resource quotas.
GROUP Control execution of other processes in the same group.
GRPNAM Enter names in the group logical name table.
GRPPRV Allow access to files in the group and system
LOG_IO Issue logical I/O requests.
MOUNT Issue mount volume I/O requests.
NETMBX Create a network device.
OPER Perform system operator functions.
PFNMAP Create or delete sections mapped by page frame.
PHY_IO Issue physical I/O requests.
PRMCEB Create permanent common event flag clusters.
PRMGBL Create permanent global clusters.
PRMMBX Create permanent mailbox devices.
PSWAPM Change process swap mode.
READALL Bypass restrictions otherwise preventing process from
reading a file.
SECURITY Perform security-related functions.
SETPRV Grant a process any privilege.
SHARE Assign a channel to a device.
SHMEM Create or delete data structures in shared memory.
SYSGBL Create system global sections.
SYSLCK Request locks on system resources.
SYSNAM Enter names in the system logical name table.
SYSPRV Access resources as if the process has a system UIC.
TMPMBX Create temporary mailbox devices.
VOLPRO Override protection on a volume.
WORLD Control the execution of any process on the system.