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# 1  
Old 07-22-2009
Problem with patch bundle installation on Solairs 10

Smilie Smilie Hello,

Could some help me to resolve why i am geting the below errors... Smilie

Just tried installing patch bundle on solairs 10.

many patches are been failed. wen i am trying to install it manualy i am geting the below errors..

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patchadd 124924-01
Validating patches...

Loading patches installed on the system...

Done!

Loading patches requested to install.

Done!

The following requested patches have packages not installed on the system
Package SUNWvolu from directory SUNWvolu in patch 124924-01 is not installed on the system. Changes for package SUNWvolu will not be applied to the system.

Checking patches that you specified for installation.

Done!


The following requested patches will not be installed because
the packages they patch are not installed on this system.

0 No Packages from patch 124924-01 are installed on the system.




No patches to install.

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patchadd 120011-14



showrev -p | grep 141414-02
patchadd 141414-02
Validating patches...

Loading patches installed on the system...

Done!

Loading patches requested to install.

Version of package SUNWcakr from directory SUNWcakr.v in patch 141414-02 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWcakr from directory SUNWcakr.us in patch 141414-02 differs from the package installed on the system.
Done!

The following requested patches have packages not installed on the system
Package SUNWcpr from directory SUNWcpr.u in patch 141414-02 is not installed on the system. Changes for package SUNWcpr will not be applied to the system.
Package SUNWs9brandr from directory SUNWs9brandr in patch 141414-02 is not installed on the system. Changes for package SUNWs9brandr will not be applied to the system.
Package SUNWust1 from directory SUNWust1.v in patch 141414-02 is not installed on the system. Changes for package SUNWust1 will not be applied to the system.
Package SUNWust2 from directory SUNWust2.v in patch 141414-02 is not installed on the system. Changes for package SUNWust2 will not be applied to the system.
Package FJSVmdb from directory FJSVmdb in patch 141414-02 is not installed on the system. Changes for package FJSVmdb will not be applied to the system.

Checking patches that you specified for installation.

Done!


The following requested patches will not be installed because
at least one required patch is not installed on this system.

0 For patch 141414-02, required patch 120011-14 does not exist.



No patches to install.

***************************************************Smilie
# 2  
Old 07-23-2009
you try to install patches for packages that are not installed. which update of solaris do you use? check and post the output of "less /etc/release".
# 3  
Old 07-23-2009
The recommended patch clusters from Sun contain a lot of patches and it is normal for some of them to fail to install because of missing dependent packages or patches.
If you're worried you should read the documentation for the failed patches and see if they patch software that actually exists on your system. If you don't have it installed then don't worry about the patch failing.
# 4  
Old 07-23-2009
Quote:
Originally Posted by bullz26
many patches are been failed.
error codes?
some are common and you can ignore them (example 2,8 etc.)

Quote:
Originally Posted by bullz26
The following requested patches have packages not installed on the system
...error code 8

try in this way:
Code:
# script /tmp/p.log
# ./install_cluster

Code:
# grep failed /tmp/p.log | egrep -v 'code 2|code 8' | less

so you can compare the codes with this: Solaris Patch Return Codes - patchadd
# 5  
Old 07-24-2009
package version differs for many of the packages...!

Hello all,

For sample, see the below log for patch 120011-14

Patchadd is terminating.
[66/258] Installing 120011-14 ...
Validating patches...

Loading patches installed on the system...
**********************************************************

Version of package SUNWcpc from directory SUNWcpc.v in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWkvm from directory SUNWkvm.us in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWcar from directory SUNWcar.us in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWcakr from directory SUNWcakr.v in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWkvm from directory SUNWkvm.v in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWcakr from directory SUNWcakr.us in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWcar from directory SUNWcar.v in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.
Version of package SUNWcpc from directory SUNWcpc.us in patch 120011-14 differs from the package installed on the system.


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wen i verifed, the pkg version is differs from patch bundle and installed packages.

example below

pkginfo -l SUNWcpc
PKGINST: SUNWcpc
NAME: CPU Performance Counter driver
CATEGORY: system
ARCH: sparc.sun4u
VERSION: 11.10.0,REV=2005.01.21.15.53
BASEDIR: /
VENDOR: Sun Microsystems, Inc.
DESC: Kernel support for CPU Performance Counters
PSTAMP: gaget20050121155930
INSTDATE: Mar 17 2006 02:03
HOTLINE: Please contact your local service provider
STATUS: completely installed
FILES: 10 installed pathnames
5 shared pathnames
1 linked files
7 directories
1 executables
42 blocks used (approx)

#more pkgingo

PKG=SUNWcpc
NAME=CPU Performance Counter driver
ARCH=sparc.sun4v
VERSION=11.10.0,REV=2005.07.25.02.27

Could some one tell what REV is?
# 6  
Old 07-24-2009
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# 7  
Old 07-24-2009
Thanks, just i wana to highlight the errors... Thats y i used colors..

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