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patchadd
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To install single patches, use the patchadd command:
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# patchadd /patches/106541-15
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where /patches is the directory in which your patches are downloaded, and 106541-15 is the patch filename (it should be the same as the patch number). To add multiple patches from the same directory, use the following command:
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# patchadd /patches/106541-15 106541-10 107453-01
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where 106541-15, 106541-10, and 107453-01 are the patches to be installed. Once the patches have been successfully installed, you can verify them by using the showrev command, as shown here for 106541-15:
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# showrev -p | grep 106541-15
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patchadd has a large number of options that you can use for nonstandard patch installations. For example, if you need to patch a net install image, you need to specify the path to the image. Alternatively, if you don t want to have the option to back out of a patch, then you can flag this. As a strategy, this is not recommended, because you won t be able to revert your system to a prepatched state. The following are the options for patchadd: B C d M p u R Specifies a directory for storing backout information other than the default Specifies the path to the net install image that is to be patched, if required Disallows backing out of patch installations Specifies an alternative directory where patches are located Prints a list of all installed patches Does not validate file installations Specifies an alternative root directory for client installations
S Patches a client from a server, where clients share the server s operating system directories Let s look at how some of these options can be used in practice. In order to patch a client system called mars, with its root directory mapped to /export/mars, you could use the following command:
# patchadd d -R /export/mars /var/spool/patch/106541-15
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Installing Software, Live Upgrade, and Patching
Note that this command would disallow backing out of the patch installation. To add the patch to a net install image, located in /export/Solaris_2.10/Tools/boot, you would use the following command:
# patchadd -C /export/Solaris_2.10/Tools/boot /var/spool/patch/106541-15
Since patches overwrite system files, you may experience some potential pitfalls when applying patches. The most common problem is running out of disk space on the / var partition. If this occurs during patch installation, you see the following error message:
Insufficient space in /var/sadm/pkg/106541-15/save to save old files
In this situation, there are several possible courses of action, listed in order of desirability: Increase the available space on /var by removing unnecessary files, even temporarily, until the patch can be applied. Specify an alternative backout directory that is located on a different file system. Create a symbolic link from /var/sadm/pkg/106541-15/save to a directory on another file system, such as /usr/local/var/sadm/pkg/106541-15/save. Switch off backing out of the patch installation. Any error messages for the patch installation generally are logged in /tmp/ log.106541-15, which may indicate other reasons for installation failure. For example, if a patch is applied twice to a system, then the following entry will appear in the log:
This appears to be an attempt to install the same architecture and version of a package which is already installed. This installation will attempt to overwrite this package.
patchrm
Patches can be easily removed using the patchrm command. For example, to remove the patch 106541-15, the following command would be used:
# patchrm 106541-15
If the patch was previously installed, it would now be removed.
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System Essentials
However, if the patch was not previously installed, the following error message would be displayed:
Checking installed packages and patches... Patch 106541-15 has not been applied to this system. patchrm is terminating.
Like patchadd, patchrm has a number of options that may be passed on the command line: B Specifies a directory for storing backout information for the patch removal, other than the default C Specifies the path to the net install image from which a patch is to be removed, if required f Forces a package to be removed R Specifies an alternative root directory for patch removal from client installations S Removes a patch from a client system, executed from the server
For example, to remove patch 106541-15 from the client system jupiter, the following command could be used:
# patchrm -C /export/Solaris_2.10/Tools/boot 106541-15
Summary
In this chapter, you have examined how to install software in the Solaris environment using GUI and CUI tools. In previous Solaris versions, admintool would have been used in this context, but future versions of Solaris will not ship with admintool, so it s a good practice to stop using it.
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