|> In solaris 1.1, the command:
|> ufsdump 0f - /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s0 | (cd /broot;ufsrestore xf - )
|> executes without requesting any input. However, in solaris 2.3,
|> after the "DUMP: DUMP IS DONE" message, the following question
|> is asked:
|> set owner/mode for '.'? [yn]
|> When I type 'y', another question is asked:
|> Directories already exist, set modes anyway? [yn]
|> Is there a way to do the dump/restore without been prompted
|> for input as in solaris 1.1?
|> Thanks in advance for any help.
Try substituting an "r" for the "x" - it does a complete restore without
The only thing is, it seems to leave a file called "restoredsymtable" at
the top level of the restored filesystem. Anyone know why?
Removing it does no harm and all permissions/links, etc are set properly.
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