How to determine which SIP a package belongs

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Old 02-17-2008
How to determine which SIP a package belongs

Hi Folks,

Is there anyway I can determine the package set (or SIP) that a package belongs to. It doesn't seem that pkginfo does it?? I'm trying to remove a whole lot of unecessary packages, and it would be far more convenient if I could remove whole sets at a time instead of indivdual packages.

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order(4)                                                           File Formats                                                           order(4)

order - package installation order description file DESCRIPTION
The package installation order file, .order, is an ASCII file specifying the order in which packages must be installed based on their pre- requisite dependencies. Any package with prerequisite dependencies must be installed after any packages it lists as a prerequisite dependency in its depend file. A .order file is required for the OS product. The .order file must reside in the top-level directory containing the product. The ordering is specified as a list of package identifiers, from the first package to be installed to the last, one package identifier per line. NOTES
The depend file supports incompatible and reverse dependencies. These dependency types are not recognized in the order file. SEE ALSO
cdtoc(4), clustertoc(4), depend(4), packagetoc(4), pkginfo(4) SunOS 5.10 24 Feb 1993 order(4)