Remote ufsdump

From: Robert (
Date: 04/10/03

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    Hi list,
    I am testing a remote ufsdump command which worked before but it is giving permission denied error.
    Tape drive is connected to server and the Server is authenticated from the Client
    and I can run SSH commands from the client
    Client: ssh Server date returns date I can also login into Server using ssh Server command
    But when I try ufsdump it is giving the following error
    Client# ufsdump 0f Server:/dev/rmt/0 /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s0
      DUMP: permission denied
      DUMP: Cannot connect to tape host `Server'
      DUMP: The ENTIRE dump is aborted.
    I am also enclosing the truss output for the command.

    Thanks in advance
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