package list question

package list question

Post by Coy Hil » Fri, 03 Dec 2004 03:32:41



Hi all,

Is there an easy way to get package list delta from one update to the
next (eg, from solaris 10b69 to solaris10b72) from the files in the
Solaris_10/Product directory?  This could be useful when the updated
package list publication doesn't hit docs.sun.com right away to allow
one to update jumpstart profiles.

Thanks,

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package list question

Post by Darren Dunha » Fri, 03 Dec 2004 04:16:49



> Hi all,
> Is there an easy way to get package list delta from one update to the
> next (eg, from solaris 10b69 to solaris10b72) from the files in the
> Solaris_10/Product directory?  This could be useful when the updated
> package list publication doesn't hit docs.sun.com right away to allow
> one to update jumpstart profiles.

Is there still a Product/.packagetoc file?  If so, running that through a
quick filter might be the way to go.

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package list question

Post by Peter C. Tribb » Fri, 03 Dec 2004 04:47:32




Quote:> Hi all,

> Is there an easy way to get package list delta from one update to the
> next (eg, from solaris 10b69 to solaris10b72) from the files in the
> Solaris_10/Product directory?  This could be useful when the updated
> package list publication doesn't hit docs.sun.com right away to allow
> one to update jumpstart profiles.

I just ls the old and the new and diff the two. Works for me.

(Well, most of the time. So much changed in b69 that the diff was
rather extensive. So then I started trawling through the .clustertoc
files.)

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package list question

Post by Kev » Fri, 03 Dec 2004 06:02:13


Quote:> (Well, most of the time. So much changed in b69 that the diff was
> rather extensive. So then I started trawling through the .clustertoc
> files.)

Not much changed for me from b69 to b72, I did a developer install
of both and I dont think I added much in the ways of extra pkgs since
install of b69 or b72.

Kev

$ for h in s10_b69 s10_b72 ; do ssh -x $h pkginfo | awk '{print $2}' | sort -u > $h ; done

$ wc -l s10_b??
  807 s10_b69
  808 s10_b72

$ sdiff -bs -w 72 s10_b??
                                   >    SUNWapch2d
                                   >    SUNWapch2r
                                   >    SUNWapch2u
SUNWdtnsc                          <
SUNWerego                          <
                                   >    SUNWgnome-a11y-poke-share
SUNWgnome-pilot-link               <
SUNWgnome-pilot-link-root          <
SUNWgnome-pilot-link-share         <
                                   >    SUNWgnome-print-root
                                   >    SUNWipmi
SUNWj2pi                           <
SUNWmpatchmgr                      <
                                   >    SUNWsmbac
                                   >    SUNWsmbau
                                   >    SUNWsogm
                                   >    SUNWsom
SUNWsregu                          <
SUNWxf86r                          |    SUNWxge
SUNWxf86u                          <

Kev

 
 
 

package list question

Post by David Com » Sat, 25 Dec 2004 12:19:46


Silly question, probably, but might "comm" be an
alternative (better?  not as good?) way, vs diff?

Was it designed for just such use?

David

 
 
 

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