I installed the Recommended patch without a problem. You have
Solaris 2.6 (Rev 5/98)?? I installed both the Recommended and Y2K
patches and they ran fine. I also use showrev -p and patchdiag (.xref).
As for your problem, ftp the files down and make you see all of the
folders dearchive. Then, after it patches (takes about a good hour for
everything) everything check your patch log files in the var/sadmin
directory. Should work if you got the permissions right and the hard drive
I got into porting the files down, unzip to tar.Z with WinZip (Win95/NT),
porting it over the Sun box and then zcat them. There are many methods of
doing this but I found it a simple way if I didn't have gunzip/gzip
> I'm having trouble with a Sun Enterprise 250 running Solaris 2.6 and
> the current (new as of July 29th) recommended patch cluster.
> I installed Solaris 2.6 Core OS plus:
> Terminal Definitions
> System Accounting
> Then I dropped to init S and installed the patch cluster. When I
> rebooted I had the following error:
> Rebooting with command: boot
> Boot device: disk File and args:
> not found: set_platform_tsb_spares
> krtld: error during initial load/link phase
> Fast Instruction Access MMU Miss
> I did it all again from scratch and got the same problem. I tried it
> with the "End User" install and still got the same problem.
> Has anyone had any experience with this patch cluster?