My installation of BFI 9.2.9 on RHEL is not applicable, and I have narrowed it down to the following applicability statement:
Q: name of effective user of process "BESClient"
E: Singular expression refers to non-unique object.
The statement is used in 2 of the 6 Relevance statements. Is this a known issue?
Q: (name of user of it) of processes "BESClient"
Q: (name of it, name of user of it, command line arguments of it) of process whose (name of user of it equals "nobody")
A: BESClient, nobody, -RPMHelper
The RPMHelper process can be disabled as a workaround for this (I would suspect) but create the following potential issue, detailed in this link:
Disabling the child will cause the client process to directly access the RPM database,exposing the client to risk of RPM-related deadlock.
Also of note is this thread to which I also responded: Client Setting BES Client inspector RPMDisableHelper