>I just installed 101318-45, and I now have in /var/adm/patches directories
>including 101318-36, 101318-41, 101318-45. Can I rm -r the first two with
>no ill effects (they're pretty big)? Can I do this in general for any patches
>that have been superceded?
It would have been better to use backoutpatch first to remove the
older version of the patch. This reinstalls the stuff that has been
saved to /var/sadm/patch/<patch-ID> and removes it there.
You can still do that, but remember that this is a stack: pop off
the latest patch version first.
You can remove the backup directories, but I would make a backup
first, in case you want the patch out for some reason.
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