/usr/sbin/setbs.sh: /etc/methods/ucfgdevice: 0403-006 Execute perm
Tape 8mm 5gb
sysback 126.96.36.199 (both on the server and client systems)
Customer tried to create a full system backup to a remote system
and got this error message:
sysback -xf /dev/rmt0 -h modj30
Rewinding rmt0 ...
Changing tape block size to 512 ..
/usr/sbin/setbs.sh: /etc/methods/ucfgdevice: 0403-006 Execute
Cannot unconfigure device rmt0
mkboottape: Unable to set block size on device /dev/rmt0.1.
Unable to create bootable tape
On the server system:
1. cd /usr/sbin
2. ls -l setbs
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root system 1418 Jan 05 12:26 setbs
This is incorrect, the permission should be this:
-rwsr-sr-x 1 root system 1418 Jan 05 12:26 setbs
3. chmod +s setbs
This corrected the problem.
The /usr/sbin/setbs program has not been updated in many
years. Recently it was update and the permissions on the
setbs in the production code was not updated. It is however
set correctly in the update image.
"chmod ug+s FILE", where FILE is all of:
Support Line: /usr/sbin/setbs.sh: /etc/methods/ucfgdevice: 0403-006 Execute perm ITEM: FG9000L
Dated: February 1998 Category: N/A
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