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BA Client privileges - access to file denied ans4007e

Discussion in 'Backup / Archive Discussion' started by Harry_Redl, Jun 21, 2004.

  1. Harry_Redl

    Harry_Redl Moderator

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    Hi all,

    have a strange problem.

    When I want to backup one of 10+ nfs mounts, I get



    ANS1228E Sending of object '/mnt/aphrodite-etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key' failed

    ANS4007E Error processing '/mnt/aphrodite-etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key': access to the object is denied

    ANS1802E Incremental backup of '/mnt/aphrodite-etc' finished with 19 failure







    -rw------- 1 root root 887 Sep 12 2003 /mnt/aphrodite-etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key



    mounted as:

    aphrodite:/etc /mnt/aphrodite-etc nfs ro,soft,intr 0 0







    Why? I am the root user and I can read the file from console (cat <filename> for example) and the dsmc runs under root as well ...

    Thanx for ideas

    Harry



    Update: OS Linux RH EL 3.0

    TSM Server 5.2.2.4, Client 5.2
     
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  3. JeanSeb

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    I hate to be the guy that resuscitate a 6 years old thread...BUT, did you ever got around to fix this Harry ? :)
    I can't find a solution for the exact same problem.
     
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    Is your domain set to backup ALL-NFS ???

    DOMAIN ALL-AUTO-NFS
    DOMAIN ALL-NFS
     
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    Yes it is. Thanks for the suggestion Chad_small.
    Although, I just realized i cannot create a file on the mounted NFS share, even if i'm root and it's exported as read-write.
    I guess it's not a TSM problem, sorry about that :)
     
  6. Harry_Redl

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    Hi,

    hope you solved that - I do not remember whether or not I solved it and if I did, what the solution was. The machine was retired long ago and I found nothing in my notes.

    Sorry

    Harry
     

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