Thanks for all the replies I received - I haven't recieved my copy of the question yet!
Thanks in the order they arrived go to:-
Tim Evans <email@example.com>
"Borba, Wilter" <WBorba@BSE.COM.uy>
Casper Dik <casper@holland.Sun.COM>
System Administrator <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (Dirk Jansen)
Matthew Stier <Matthew.Stier@tddny.fujitsu.com>`
Art Schoenstadt <0085P@VM1.CC.NPS.NAVY.MIL>
Rich Kulawiec <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gerald Combs - Unicom Communications <email@example.com>
"Michael R. Zika" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The first problem was relativly simple, I'll quote Tim as he was the first to reply:-
Someone made a typo in doing a backup and directed it to "/dev/nrst9:-"
instead of "/dev/nrst9". The backup was directed to this file,
rather than to the tape drive represented by the correct devname.
You can remove it. Be careful with future backups. If you're using
a backup script, check it to make sure the typo isn't in the script.
The second problem I've had a couple of suggestions for
Bob Hoffnam said:-
/etc/mnttab contains the status of every mounted device. It sounds like the
automounter expected to find a line with dev=28c0066 in that file and did not.
Art Schoenstadt said:-
The second message is one we see a lot. My lead sysadmin says
that he contacted Sun Solve, and this is a known bug. (And apparently
not a high priority one.) We're still trying to understand it!
I'll send another summary when I've figurred it out.
Many thanks to all
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