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[31:20] You have no permission to start backup

Hi,

I have this error message when i try to start a backup from client.
Note: The script where is the omnib command is executed by external scheduler.

thanks,
regards,
Mehdi.
mehdi.dib@cheops.fr
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

Hi,
Under which user does the scheduler run ? Is that user configured as a DP user ?
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

Hi, no , it's a Windows user (it's Admin, local account)
and my cell Manager is on HP-UX.
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

Hi,
Add a Windows "Admin" user to the DP admin group, set "client" and "domain" to
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

I have already try , but i have same error occured.

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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

Hi.
Check the file inet.log on the cell manager. Which user actually try to connect.
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

The entry would be:

"whatever" ADMINISTRATOR * admin

For a local user, the domain is the name of the local system (shortname) as that's the security domain where that user is defined. The username and domain must be in all caps for Windows users.

inet.log unfortunately doesn't log details of failed connect attempts. You'd have to restart inet with -debug 10 login.txt to get the connection parameters in the OB2DBG...login.txt debug file.

Thanks,
Scott
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

I have the same problem when starting a backup.

The postexec of this backup shoud start a new backup and this postexec fails with "you have no permission to start a backup"

i.e postexec "posback.sh" on_host HOST1

posback.sh: omnib -datalist posback -mode full

But if a ran #omnib -datalist posback
it runs normally.
Any suggestion to help me ?
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

In your script, export the environment -in order to see WHO you are.

You may be suprised.

Then make sure that that user is in the users/UserList file.

Omniback and NT problems? double check name resolution, DNS/HOSTS...
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

The id command in the script shows root,sys,other
and the Userlist file
"root" "root" "sys" "HOST1" "admin"
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

The problem is that your inetd is likely running root:root because it was started by the bootup process. If you kill and restart inetd when logged in as root:sys, does the post-exec now work fine?

You shouldn't have root in there as root:sys. Put * for the group. You never know when you're going to have stuff running as root:sys or as root:root.

Thanks,
Scott
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Re: [31:20] You have no permission to start backup

Putting as domain or unix group in the user definirion, it worked

Thanks for all your replies
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