"Matthew Stier" <Matthew.Stier@MCI.Com>
"Karl E. Vogel" <email@example.com>
Glenn Satchell <Glenn.Satchell@uniq.com.au>
Jim Harmon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Gerhard den Hollander)
I must conclude that two of you are right:
It looks like your dump file is corrupt. Sorry, bad luck.
I havn't made the dump myself and therefore don't know why it isn't
Other suggestions are:
- How about trying ufsrestore tf ufsdump.4.c0t2d0s7 just to see if
there's anything in that file in the first place
- ufsrestore ifs 1 ufsdump.4.c0t2d0s7 to skip?
If so, did you try skipping the the first file on the tape, i.e.,
ufsrestore isf 1 <dumpfile_name>? This was what I did to get around
this problem on my system, although I was using dump/restore.
It didn't do any difference
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