I am trying to recover some files from one client to a different destination client. Command is "recover -s Networkerserver -c source_client". After selecting the files and typing "recover" the Networkerserver shows: "recover: Total estimated disk space needed for recover is xxx Recovering 1 file into its original location Volumes needed (all on-line):
Finally the recover fail with "recover: recover of rsid 30705 failed: recover: Permission denied."
In the source_client-Administration the "Remote Access"-Entry of the destination host and user exist.
This usually means that the remote access of your destination machine does not include the source machine. On your destination client client resource please add the following to the remote access attribute:
user@source machine user@the machine you are running recover from (unless it is nsrserverhost)
Looks like a permissions problem as mentioned earlier. Does not look like a issue with remote access. The error message seems to indicate a problem with permissions on the destination directory / drive on the target machine to which the restoration is being attempted.
I've got the information that the target system is not a "normal" Solaris 10 machine, it is an Solaris zone... Well, the filesystem on the target system is a lofs from the globel zone, so recover from this zone works fine. So i have to be engaged with NW and Solaris Zones. Thank you for help.