I have rev 02, but Sunsolve has rev 01?

I have rev 02, but Sunsolve has rev 01?

Post by Phil Edward » Wed, 18 Aug 1999 04:00:00



Methinks the new "release more often with the month/year as part of the
OS version" approach is causing some problems in SunSolve.

I've recently put 5.7 (5/99 release) on some systems, and it comes with
this handy booklet of all the patches that have been integrated into
that release.  The booklet and "showrev -p" agree that patch 106793-02
is installed on the systems (since that's what burned on the CD).

Just ran patchdiag, however, and it tells me that the "latest revision"
is 01.  I blinked, boggled, went to SunSolve, and sure enough, the
latest posted revision is 01.

Do the revisions stop getting posted (even to SunSpectrum customers)
once they've been integrated into a new hardware release?  This would
be a Bad Thing for people who haven't gotten the 5/99 CD...

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I have rev 02, but Sunsolve has rev 01?

Post by Alan Coopersmi » Thu, 19 Aug 1999 04:00:00



Quote:>Do the revisions stop getting posted (even to SunSpectrum customers)
>once they've been integrated into a new hardware release?

They're not supposed to be, but obviously some patches haven't made
their way onto SunSolve yet.

Quote:>This would be a Bad Thing for people who haven't gotten the 5/99 CD...

Anyone can download the Maintenance Update that includes all the
patches, no support contract required.

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