Allow remote ufsdump - hosts.equiv & .

Allow remote ufsdump - hosts.equiv & .

Post by Cindy Swearing » Fri, 10 Jan 1997 04:00:00




Quote:> ufs in ufsdump stand for local file systems(unix file systems) - NOT remote.

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 I missed the original poster's problem but ufsdump works quite well remotely--
 like backing up a local UFS file system to remote tape drive. For example:

 # ufsdump 0ucf tape_host:/dev/rmt/0 file_system

 Yes, you need a .rhost on the tape_host system to get this to work.

 Did the original poster get help with his problem?

 Cindy Swearingen
 Sun Microsystems

 My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my employer.

 
 
 

1. Allow remote ufsdump - hosts.equiv & .rhosts??

I can't seem to find out how to allow remote ufsdump's from
        one Sun (Solaris 2.4) machine to another Sun (Solaris 2.4).
        None of the /etc/hosts.equiv and/or /.rhosts combinations
        that I've tried seem to work. I can get rsh commands to work
        as a normal user, but not root. Anybody have any insight?

        TIA,
        Scott Barnett

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