Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes

Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes
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Contents
Preface ...................................................................................................................................................15
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Installation Issues ................................................................................................................................19
General Information ........................................................................................................................... 19
New Minimum Memory Requirement ..................................................................................... 19
Changes in Upgrade Support for Solaris Releases ................................................................... 19
Support for Products Not Part of the Solaris OS ...................................................................... 20
Before You Begin ................................................................................................................................. 20
Installation Change for the Solaris Companion DVD ............................................................. 20
Solaris Live Upgrade and Solaris Zones .................................................................................... 20
Patching Miniroot on x86 Machines ......................................................................................... 21
Correct Solaris Data Encryption Supplement Required for Use of Longer Key Lengths on
Solaris 10 Updates ........................................................................................................................ 21
Additional Procedures Required When Installing Patches for Solaris 10 11/06 Release .... 22
Sun Fire V250 Server Installation ............................................................................................... 23
NFS Version 4 Introduces New Prompt at First System Boot ................................................ 23
x86: Systems With elx or pcelx NICs Fail Network Configuration ..................................... 24
Default Size of /var File System Inadequate for Extra Value Products ................................. 24
x86: Do Not Upgrade Hewlett-Packard (HP) Vectra XU Series Systems With BIOS Version
GG.06.13 ....................................................................................................................................... 26
SPARC: Older Firmware Might Need Boot Flash PROM Update ......................................... 26
Additional Patches Are Needed to Run Solaris Live Upgrade ................................................ 27
Limitation When Installing Solaris Live Upgrade Packages ................................................... 27
Solaris Management Console 2.1 Software Is Not Compatible With Solaris Management
Console 1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.0.2 Software .......................................................................................... 28
SPARC: Upgrade Hangs on Sun Blade 1500 Workstations (6363365) .................................. 30
x86: Failure of BIOS Device Utility Prevents Installation or Upgrade From Being
Completed (6362108) .................................................................................................................. 30
Upgrade Option Unavailable if the Root (/) File System Is a RAID-1 Volume (Mirror)
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(6263122) ...................................................................................................................................... 31
Cannot Create a Solaris Flash Archive When Solaris Zones Are Installed (6246943) ......... 33
x86: Sun Java Workstations 2100Z Might Panic When Booting From Solaris 10 Operating
System DVD (6214356) ............................................................................................................... 34
x86: Serial Consoles of Some Sun Fire Systems Do Not Work (6208412) ............................. 36
Solaris Installation GUI Program Might Fail on Systems With Existing x86 fdisk Boot
Partitions (6186606) .................................................................................................................... 36
x86: X Server Unable to Open Mouse Device in Sun LX50 Servers (5027771) ..................... 37
Installation Bugs .................................................................................................................................. 38
Locales Problem After Upgrading a System With Non-Global Zones Installed
(6494427) ...................................................................................................................................... 38
Zones With an fs Resource Defined With a Type of lofs Cannot Be Upgraded to Solaris 10
11/06 (6454140) ............................................................................................................................ 38
SPARC: Installing a Solaris Flash Archive Causes Sun4v System to Hang (6411690) .......... 39
x86: Install Hangs on Systems With 512 Mbyte of Memory (6423854) ................................. 39
x86: SVM Upgrade Fails From Solaris 9 9/05 OS to Solaris 10 11/06 or to Solaris Express
(6397251) ...................................................................................................................................... 40
Solaris Not Sending a PRLI to Tape Device (6379955) ............................................................ 40
x86: Custom JumpStart Profile Test Fails With Locale Keyword (6340509) ........................ 41
x86: Invalid /sbin/dhcpinfo Error During Installation (6332044) ...................................... 42
x86: Installation From CD Media Appears to Hang After Reboot Selection (6270371) ...... 42
x86: kdmconfig Program Runs Twice After Initial Installation (6209092) ........................... 44
x86: System Fails to Boot After Custom JumpStart Installation (6205478) .......................... 44
x86: GUI Interactive Installation From DVD Fails if boot-device Variable Is Not Set
(5065465) ...................................................................................................................................... 44
SPARC: Solaris 10 OS Installation Program Might Not Display Special Case Panels Properly
(5002175) ...................................................................................................................................... 45
x86: USB Keyboards Might Freeze During Install on Some Dell Precision Workstations
(4888849) ...................................................................................................................................... 45
Warnings Might Occur When a File System Is Created (4189127) ....................................... 46
Upgrade Issues and Bugs .................................................................................................................... 46
Upgrade Fails on System With Zones That Have Been Installed But Not Booted ............... 46
Zone Creation Error With SUNWgnome-a11y-libs-share (6437617) .................................. 47
qlc.conf Configuration File Not Updated While Upgrading to Solaris 10 11/06 Release
(6428334) ...................................................................................................................................... 47
Upgrading a Solaris 10 System with Non-Global Zones to the Solaris 10 11/06 Release
Might Cause the Local File System Service to Fail (6428258) ................................................. 48
Upgrade From Solaris 10 to Solaris 10 11/06 Gives SMF Errors on Reboot and Contains
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Solaris Package Issues That Might Impact Patching (6421275) ............................................. 48
x86: Upgrade Option Is Not Available When Upgrading to Solaris Express 3/06 OS
(6386504) ...................................................................................................................................... 52
Device ID Discrepancies After Upgrading From Solaris 9 9/04 OS ....................................... 53
Locale Problem Occurs After You Upgrade a System That Contains Zones (6361672) ..... 53
x86: Adding Driver Updates Might Cause Failure of Network Configuration (6353146) .. 54
x86: Cannot Delete the Solaris Live Upgrade Boot Environment That Contains the GRand
Unified Bootloader Menu (6341350) ......................................................................................... 54
x86: Removal of Agilent Fibre Channel HBA Driver Package Fails When Upgrading to
Solaris 10 11/06 Release (6330840) ............................................................................................ 55
Solaris Live Upgrade luupgrade Command Missing the Progress Bar (6239850) .............. 56
SPARC: Upgrading From Solaris 9 Releases With Recommended Patch Cluster Partially
Succeeds (6202868) ...................................................................................................................... 57
Obsolete Uninstallers Not Removed When You Use Solaris Live Upgrade to Upgrade From
Previous Solaris Releases (6198380) .......................................................................................... 57
Configuration File pam.conf Not Automatically Updated After an Upgrade (5060721) ... 59
Installer Text Display Problem When Using Solaris Live Upgrade (4736488) .................... 59
SPARC: Removal of SUNWjxcft Package Records Error During Upgrade (4525236) ......... 60
Upgrading to Solaris 10 Release Might Disable Existing Secure Shell Daemon (sshd)
(4626093) ...................................................................................................................................... 61
Upgrade Fails if /export Directory Is Near Capacity (4409601) ........................................... 61
Upgrading Diskless Client Servers and Clients (4363078) ..................................................... 61
Additional Installation Issues ............................................................................................................. 62
Patchadd Fails When Installing Patches From the UpgradePatches Directory (6241052) . 62
smosservice add Command Does Not Install Designated ARCH=all Packages
(4871256) ...................................................................................................................................... 62
StarOffice Patch Application Requires Additional Steps ........................................................ 63
StarOffice and StarSuite Software Cannot Coexist in the Same System ................................ 63
Cannot Install Documentation Packages With Names Longer Than Nine Characters on
Documentation Servers Running Solaris 7 or Solaris 8 Software .......................................... 64
Additional Related Locales Might Be Installed ......................................................................... 64
Languages CD Installs All Languages By Default With Solaris Live Upgrade (4898832) ... 64
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Solaris Runtime Issues ........................................................................................................................67
Common Desktop Environment ...................................................................................................... 67
Trusted Stripe Crashes When Users Change Roles (6495454) ............................................... 67
Nautilus ACL MASK is Not in Sync With Group Permissions (6464485) ............................ 67
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SMC CLI Commands Do Not Process the Solaris Trusted Extensions Options
(6447833) ...................................................................................................................................... 68
Mouse Pointer and the dtfile Icon Are Not Displayed When You Drag the dtfile Icon
(6462945) ...................................................................................................................................... 68
SMC Updates the tnrhdb File But Does Not Run tnctl to Update the Trusted Host Cache
(6471594) ...................................................................................................................................... 68
Cannot Login Using GDM Unless Clearance is Set to admin_high (6432114) .................... 69
Trusted Stripe Disappears From The Screen After Resolution Change (6460624) ............. 69
Secure Attention Key or Hot Key Does Not Work on x86 Systems (6486416) ..................... 69
x86: Cannot Configure Full-Screen Magnification on Systems With One Video Card ...... 70
x86: Problems Configuring USB Mouse Device as Extension Device for Use With GNOME
On-Screen Keyboard ................................................................................................................... 72
x86: Support for Intel Integrated i810 and i815 Graphics Chipsets ....................................... 74
x86: GNOME Applications Fail With dtremote (6278039) .................................................... 75
Full-Screen Magnification and Keyboard Accessibility Features Not Working
(6273030) ...................................................................................................................................... 75
x86: kdmconfig Command Does Not Create System Identification Configuration File for
Xorg X Server (6217442) ............................................................................................................. 76
x86: kdmconfig Instructions to Configure Xorg X Server Are Incomplete (6205881) ........ 77
x86: Program That Configures Keyboard, Display, and Mouse Not Working for X Server
(6178669) ...................................................................................................................................... 78
CDE Removable Media Auto Run Capability Removed (4634260) ...................................... 78
Solaris PDASync Cannot Delete Last Entry From the Desktop (4260435) ........................... 79
Documentation DVD ......................................................................................................................... 79
SUNWsdocs Package Needed to Remove Other Documentation Packages ............................ 79
European Locale PDF Documents Available Only Through C Locale (4674475) ............... 79
File Systems .......................................................................................................................................... 80
Overlapping Devices Might be Added to a ZFS Storage Pool (6414648) .............................. 80
zoneadm install Fails With a ZFS Legacy Mount (6449301) ................................................80
zpool Scrubbing Leads to Memory Exhaustion and a System Hang (6456888) .................80
ZFS and UNIX/POSIX Compliance Issues ............................................................................... 81
Adding ZFS Patch to a Solaris 10 11/06 System Causes Spurious Warning Messages
(6429860) ...................................................................................................................................... 81
fdisk -E Can Sweep Disk Used by ZFS Without Warning (6412771) ..................................82
ZFS and Third-Party Backup Product Issues ............................................................................ 82
ZFS GUI Should Check For /usr/lib/embedded_su at the Beginning of Each Wizard
(6326334) ...................................................................................................................................... 83
Fails to Sync File System on Panic (6250422) ........................................................................... 83
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Need Itinerary so That Interrupted scrub or resilverDoesn't Have to Restart
(2136811) ...................................................................................................................................... 84
Upgrading From Some Solaris Express or Solaris 10 Releases Requires Remounting of File
Systems .......................................................................................................................................... 84
NFSv4 Access Control List Functions Might Work Incorrectly ............................................ 84
Access Problems Between Solaris NFSv4 Clients and NFSv4 Servers ................................... 85
Using mkfs Command to Create File System Might Fail on Very Large Disks (6352813) .. 85
File System Creation Might Fail on Small Slices (6346510) .................................................... 86
System Crash Dump Fails on Devices Greater Than 1 TByte (6214480) .............................. 87
Using smosservice Command to Add OS Services Results in Insufficient Disk Space
Message (5073840) ....................................................................................................................... 87
Hardware–Related Issue and Bugs .................................................................................................... 88
Japanese 106 keyboard Cannot Be Set Through kdmconfig (6463842) ................................ 88
SPARC: DR: cfgadm -c configure Command Fails on Slot of Starcat and Silverstone
(6452077) ...................................................................................................................................... 88
mpathadm Does Not Display Load-Balance Setting Specific to Device .................................. 88
Registration Tool Prevents Power Management on Some Framebuffers (6321362) ........... 89
SPARC: Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 Board Versions 1.0 and 1.1 Not Supported in Solaris
10 OS .............................................................................................................................................. 89
Certain USB 2.0 Controllers Are Disabled ............................................................................... 89
Supported USB Devices and Corresponding Hub Configurations ....................................... 90
x86: Limitations Exist With Certain Device Drivers in Solaris 10 OS ................................... 90
DVD-ROM/CD-ROM Drives on Headless Systems ............................................................... 90
x86: Manual Configuration Required to Specify Non-US English Keyboards ..................... 91
SPARC: Power Management in Sun Expert3D and Sun Elite3D Hardware Not Working
Under Certain Circumstances (6321362) ................................................................................. 92
SPARC: jfca Driver for Certain Host Bus Adapters That Are Connected to Tape Devices
Might Cause Errors (6210240) ................................................................................................... 92
Contention Exists Between Certain Devices That Share the Same Bus (6196994) .............. 93
hat_getkpfnum() DDI Function Is Obsolete (5046984) ........................................................ 93
x86: Using Two Adaptec SCSI Card 39320D Cards on a Sun Fire V65x Server Might Cause
the System to Panic (5001908) .................................................................................................... 94
x86: Soft System-Shutdown is Not Supported in Solaris OS on x86 (4873161, 5043369) ... 94
Some DVD and CD-ROM Drives Fail to Boot Solaris (4397457) .......................................... 95
iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 Issues .................................................................................................... 96
Installing Directory Server 5.1 .................................................................................................... 96
Migrating to the Sun Java System Directory Server 5 2005Q1 ................................................ 97
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Issues While Running Debugger ....................................................................................................... 98
SPARC: Problems With dbx Debugger While Processing 64-bit Objects (6347707) .......... 98
System Might Loop When Master CPU Is Changed (4405263) ............................................. 98
Localization Issues ............................................................................................................................... 99
Wnn8 Japanese Input Method .................................................................................................... 99
Keyboard Shortcuts in Mozilla Ambiguous in Spanish Locale (6288620) ............................ 99
Uninstaller Displays Strings Incorrectly in Some Locales (6487062) .................................. 100
Input Method Cannot Be Enabled With Primary Administrator Rights (6475081) ......... 100
Auxilliary Window Fails to Open With Asian And Wnn Input Methods (6481697) ........ 101
New ChuYin Input Method Not Supported in Upgrade to IIIMF rev.12 (6492129) ......... 101
AltGr Does Not Work As Mode Switcher in Some Russian Locales (6487712) ................. 101
Arabic6.kt Keytable Does Not Contain Arabic Symbols (6463576) ................................. 102
Some Compose Key Inputs Do Not Work on GTK Applications (6467756) ..................... 102
Input Method Switcher Does Not Work in Trusted Java DS Environment (6438372) ..... 102
Arabic Text Not Appearing in ar Locales ............................................................................... 103
Solaris PDASync Does Not Support Data Exchange With the Multibyte Internationalized
PDA Device (4263814) .............................................................................................................. 103
Adding Regions Fails With the localeadm Command (6350486) ....................................... 104
L10N Messages Missing When Using localeadm Utility to Add Locales (6423974) ........ 104
SPARC: Keycode 50 Does Not Work for European Keyboard Layouts (6387317) ............ 105
Several Arabic Fonts Do Not Work in GNOME (6384024) .................................................. 105
Unable to Switch Input Language on Session-Saved Applications (6360759) ................... 106
Some Language Input Does Not Work Correctly on Non-U.S. Keyboard Layouts
(6319383) .................................................................................................................................... 106
Keyboard Shortcuts in Mozilla in ES Locale Are Unusual and Ambiguous (6288620) ..... 107
Login Screen Marks UTF-8 Locales as Recommended ......................................................... 107
Migration Note to UTF-8 locales ............................................................................................. 107
Hardware for Estonian Keyboard Type 6, French Canadian Keyboard Type 6, and Polish
Programmers Keyboard Type 5 Not Available ....................................................................... 110
Cannot Print Documents in Portable Document Format (6239307, 6218079) ................. 111
x86: Login Process Might Hang in Certain Asian Non-UTF-8 Locales (6215527) ............ 112
Special Keyboard Keys Do Not Work (5077631) ................................................................... 112
Modifier Keys Do Not Function Correctly (4996542) ........................................................... 112
Chinese and Korean Characters Are Printed In a Box (4977300) ........................................ 112
Sort Capability in the European UTF-8 Locales Does Not Function Correctly (4307314) 113
Networking Issues ............................................................................................................................. 113
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Login Fails on iSCSI Target With Two Portals and One Bad Portal (6476060) .................. 113
System Domain of Interpretation Is Not Configurable (6314248) ...................................... 114
Memory Leaks with ECC and RSA Cipher Suites (6421471) ............................................... 114
iSCSI Initiator Does Not Handle LUN Address Reporting Properly (6377485) ................ 114
Wrong MAC Address is Displayed When There is More Than One Ethernet Card
(6316245) .................................................................................................................................... 114
SPARC: RTM_IFINFO Message Has Different Sizes on 32-bit and 64-bit Compilations 115
IP Forwarding Disabled by Default in Solaris 10 OS ............................................................. 115
Generic LAN Driver Version 3 Fails to Set Field Length of Logical Link Control Frames
(6350869) .................................................................................................................................... 115
Zone Not Booting When IP Address Belongs to a Failed IP Network Multipathing Group
(6184000) .................................................................................................................................... 116
Intermittent Errors Might Occur With the Use of DataDigests (5108515) ........................ 116
ATM LANE Subnets for IPv4/IPv6 Might Not Complete Initialization (4625849) .......... 116
Configuring Multiple Tunnels Between Two IP Nodes With Filtering Enabled Might Result
in Packet Loss (4152864) ........................................................................................................... 117
Security Issues .................................................................................................................................... 117
Nonpassword Logins Fail With pam_ldap Enabled .............................................................. 117
Incorrect Parameters Might Cause Panic in Sun StorEdge T3 (4319812) ........................... 117
Service Management Facility ........................................................................................................... 118
Print Services Have Offline Settings by Default (5100134) ................................................... 118
keyserv Daemon Disables Some File System Services (5084183) ....................................... 118
Login Prompts Sometimes Appear Before File Systems Are Mounted (5082164) ............. 119
Smart Card ......................................................................................................................................... 119
System Does Not Respond to Smart Card (4415094) ............................................................ 119
Edit Config File Menu Item in Smartcards Management Console Does Not Work
(4447632) .................................................................................................................................... 119
Solaris Commands and Standards .................................................................................................. 120
Failed Unconfigure Command cfgadm Might Succeed Later Without Notice (6483258) 120
Bash 2.0.5b No Longer Sets Some Environment Variables ................................................... 120
New ln Utility Requires -f Option .......................................................................................... 120
New tcsh Rejects setenv Variable Names That Use a Dash or an Equals Sign ................. 121
STDIO getc Family EOF Condition Behavior Change ........................................................ 121
Output Columns of the ps Command Have Been Widened ................................................ 122
Command ping -v Does Not Work on IPv6 Addresses (4984993) .................................... 122
Solaris Volume Manager .................................................................................................................. 122
Solaris Volume Manager metattach Command Might Fail ................................................ 122
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Solaris Volume Manager metassist Command Fails in Non-English Locales
(5067097) .................................................................................................................................... 123
Volume Creation Fails in Systems With Unformatted Disks (5064066) ............................ 123
Hot Spares Do Not Work Correctly When Solaris Volume Manager RAID-1 (Mirror) or
RAID-5 Volumes Are Created in Disk Sets Built on Soft Partitions (4981358) ................. 124
Solaris Volume Manager metadevadm Command Fails if Logical Device Name No Longer
Exists (4645721) ......................................................................................................................... 124
Solaris Volume Manager metarecover Command Fails to Update metadb Namespace
(4645776) .................................................................................................................................... 125
Sun Java Desktop System .................................................................................................................. 125
Email and Calendar ................................................................................................................... 125
Login Issues ................................................................................................................................. 126
Help System ................................................................................................................................ 127
Mozilla Browser ......................................................................................................................... 127
System-Level Issues ................................................................................................................... 128
Problems With Sound Recorder .............................................................................................. 129
Volume Control Option Not Working ................................................................................... 129
Outdated List of Allowed Applications for Solaris OS (6267922) ........................................ 130
Problems When Using Keyboard Indicator (6245563) ......................................................... 130
Certain View Options Might Cause File Manager to Fail (6233643) ................................... 130
CD Quality, Lossless Mode Fails at Start of Recording (6227666) ....................................... 131
Cannot Delete Files Outside of Home Directory (6203010, 5105006) ................................ 131
Problems Creating Certain Types of Archives (5082008) ..................................................... 132
System Administration ..................................................................................................................... 132
Solaris Trusted Extensions Administration Tools Display Incorrect Labels (6478436) ... 132
x86: Uninstallation of Solaris Trusted Extensions Fails (6460106) ...................................... 133
Using patchadd With the -R Option To Specify an Alternative Root Path From Systems
That Are Not Zones Aware Should Be Restricted (6464969) ................................................ 133
Upgrade to Solaris 10 11/06 or Changing Specific Device Configurations Might Break
PCI/PCIe Hotplug Administration (6466526) ....................................................................... 134
smosservice or smdiskless Is Broken Due to wbem Issues (6378956) ............................... 135
Sun Patch Manager Tool 2.0 Not Compatible With Previous Versions .............................. 135
Sun Remote Services Net Connect Supported Only in the Global Zone ............................. 136
Error or Warning Messages Might Be Displayed While Installing Non-global Zones With
the zoneadm Command ............................................................................................................. 137
SPARC: Error Messages Displayed During Dynamic Reconfiguration (6312424) ............ 137
Error Messages Displayed by pkgchk After You Remove Patches for Zones (6267966) ... 138
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Race Condition Between EF/kcfd and IPsec Algorithm Availability (6266083) ................ 138
Solaris Product Registry Administration Utility Fails to Launch in a Zone (6220284) ..... 139
Cannot Delete Existing Diskless Clients From the System (6205746) ................................ 140
Net Connect 3.1.1 Installation Fails (6197548) ...................................................................... 140
SPARC: smosservice delete Command Does Not Successfully Remove All Directories
(6192105) .................................................................................................................................... 140
patchadd Command Does Not Support Installing Patches From an NFS Server
(6188748) .................................................................................................................................... 141
lucreate Command Does Not Create RAID-1 Volumes (5106987) .................................. 142
SPARC: Stopping the System by Using Keyboard Sequences Might Cause a System Panic
(5061679) .................................................................................................................................... 143
Using the ipfs Command With -W Option Fails (5040248) ................................................ 143
kill -HUP Does Not Always Cause the Agent to Reread the snmpd.conf Configuration File
(4988483) .................................................................................................................................... 143
x86: Pressing the F4 Key During BIOS Bootup Fails to Boot the Service Partition (4782757,
5051157) ...................................................................................................................................... 144
Solaris WBEM Services 2.5 Daemon Cannot Locate com.sun Application Programming
Interface Providers (4619576) .................................................................................................. 144
Some com.sun Application Programming Interface Method Invocations Fail Under
XML/HTTP Transport Protocol (4497393, 4497399, 4497406, 4497411) .......................... 144
Cannot Modify File-System Mount Properties With Solaris Management Console Mounts
and Shares Tool (4466829) ....................................................................................................... 145
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System-Specific Issues ......................................................................................................................147
Dynamic Reconfiguration on Sun Fire High-End Systems .......................................................... 147
Known Software and Hardware Bugs ...................................................................................... 148
Dynamic Reconfiguration on Sun Fire Midrange Systems .......................................................... 149
Minimum System Controller Firmware ................................................................................. 149
Known DR Software Bugs ......................................................................................................... 150
Sun Enterprise 10000 Release Notes ............................................................................................... 151
System Service Processor Requirement .................................................................................. 151
Dynamic Reconfiguration Issues ............................................................................................. 152
InterDomain Networks ............................................................................................................. 153
OpenBoot PROM Variables ..................................................................................................... 153
Dynamic Reconfiguration on Sun Enterprise Midrange Systems ............................................... 154
Supported Hardware ................................................................................................................. 154
Software Notes ............................................................................................................................ 154
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Known Bugs ................................................................................................................................ 156
4
End-of-Software Support Statements ...........................................................................................159
Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release .................................................................. 159
GNOME Viewer for PDF and PostScript Files ....................................................................... 159
The Graphical Smartcard Admin Interface ............................................................................ 159
iButton Smartcard .................................................................................................................... 160
Cyberflex Smartcard .................................................................................................................. 160
PAM Smartcard .......................................................................................................................... 160
OCF/SCF Smartcard Framework ............................................................................................ 160
SCF Smartcard APIs .................................................................................................................. 160
Remote Program Load Server Funtionality ............................................................................ 160
Transition From ipge to e1000g NIC Driver as the Default Ethernet Driver for Sun4V
Systems ........................................................................................................................................ 161
Solstice Enterprise Agents Support .......................................................................................... 161
Mozilla 1.X Support ................................................................................................................... 161
32-bit x86: Extended Memory File System Support .............................................................. 161
Standard Type Services Framework Support ......................................................................... 161
SPARC: jfca Driver Support ...................................................................................................... 162
zic -s Option Support ............................................................................................................. 162
Removable Volume Management Support ............................................................................ 162
32-bit x86: Controller Devices and Drivers ............................................................................ 162
64-bit SPARC: Dual Basic Rate ISDN Interface and Multimedia Codec Chips .................. 162
SPARC: Certain Drivers Might Not be Supported in a Future Solaris Release ................... 163
Automated Security Enhancement Tool Support .................................................................. 163
Asian Short dtlogin Names ..................................................................................................... 163
Audit Daemon Interfaces .......................................................................................................... 164
Cfront Runtime Support Library ............................................................................................. 164
Configuration Assistant's fp Plug-in Hardware Options ...................................................... 164
Device Allocation Interfaces For the Basic Security Module ................................................ 164
Obsolete Device Driver Interfaces ........................................................................................... 164
Device Management Entries in power.conf .......................................................................... 166
Device Support and Driver Software ....................................................................................... 167
Form and Menu Language Interpreter .................................................................................... 167
Host Files in /etc/net/ti* ...................................................................................................... 167
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Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition 1.4 ...................................................................................... 167
Kerberos Ticket Lifetime Parameters in krb5.conf .............................................................. 167
Korean CID Fonts ...................................................................................................................... 168
Legacy or Traditional Non-UTF-8 Locales ............................................................................. 168
Functions in the CPU Performance Counters Library (libcpc) ......................................... 168
libXinput Library ..................................................................................................................... 169
Network Information Service Plus (NIS+) Name Service Type ........................................... 170
nstest Test Program ................................................................................................................... 170
Perl Version 5.6.1 ....................................................................................................................... 170
Solaris Management Console Patch Tool (Patch Manager) ................................................. 170
Solstice Enterprise Agents ......................................................................................................... 170
Standalone Router Discovery ................................................................................................... 171
Sun Fire Link Interfaces ............................................................................................................. 171
Sun Java Desktop System Applications ................................................................................... 171
Token Ring and Fiber Distributed Data Interface Device Types ......................................... 171
WBEM-based Dynamic Reconfiguration ............................................................................... 172
XIL Interface ............................................................................................................................... 172
xetops Utility ............................................................................................................................. 172
x86: Xsun DDX Modules, Library, and Related Files ............................................................. 173
5
Documentation Issues ......................................................................................................................175
Discontinuation of Swedish Documentation ................................................................................ 175
Application Server Documentation Refers to Derby Database Instead of Java DB ................... 175
Documents on the Software Supplement CD ................................................................................ 175
System Administration Guide: Basic Administration .................................................................. 176
Managing Diskless Clients (Tasks) .......................................................................................... 176
Solaris 10 Start Here and Solaris 10 Installation Guides ............................................................... 176
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Basic Installations ................................................................... 176
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations ................................................. 177
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Solaris Live Upgrade and Upgrade Planning ....................... 177
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Custom JumpStart and Advanced Installations .................. 177
Solaris 10 Start Here ................................................................................................................... 177
Solaris 10 Documentation and Man Pages ..................................................................................... 177
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Contents
A
Table of Integrated Bug Fixes in the Solaris 10 Operating System ............................................179
Fixed and Integrated Bugs ................................................................................................................ 179
B
Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List ......................................................................................... 183
SPARC Patch List ............................................................................................................................... 183
x86 Patch List ..................................................................................................................................... 228
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Preface
This document describes the Solaris 10 11/06 operating system. For information about the
Solaris 10 3/05, Solaris 10 3/05 HW1, Solaris 10 3/05 HW2, Solaris 10 1/06, and Solaris 10 6/06,
see the “Solaris 10 Release Notes”, Sun part number 819-5947-12.
The Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes contain installation and runtime problem details. Also
included are end-of-software support statements for the SolarisTM 10 Operating System.
Note – This Solaris release supports systems that use the SPARC® and x86 families of processor
architectures: UltraSPARC®, SPARC64, AMD64, Pentium, and Xeon EM64T. The supported
systems appear in the Solaris 10 Hardware Compatibility List at
http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/hcl. This document cites any implementation differences
between the platform types.
In this document the term “x86” refers to 64-bit and 32-bit systems manufactured using
processors compatible with the AMD64 or Intel Xeon/Pentium product families. For supported
systems, see the Solaris 10 Hardware Compatibility List.
Who Should Use This Book
These notes are for users and system administrators who install and use the Solaris 10 software.
Related Books
You might need to refer to the following documentation when you install Solaris software:
■
Java Desktop System Release 3 Solaris 10 Collection
■
Solaris 10 Start Here card
■
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Basic
■
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations
■
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Solaris Live Upgrade and Upgrade Planning
■
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Advanced, JumpStart, Solaris Flash Archives and RAID-1
Volumes
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■
Solaris 10 System Administrator Collection
For information on current CERT advisories, see the official CERT web site at
http://www.cert.org.
For some hardware configurations, you might need supplemental hardware-specific
instructions for installing the Solaris software. If your system requires hardware-specific actions
at certain points, the manufacturer of your hardware has provided supplemental Solaris
installation documentation. Refer to those materials, such as Solaris Sun Hardware Platform
Guide, for hardware-specific installation instructions.
Third-Party Web Site References
Third-party URLs are referenced in this document and provide additional, related information.
Note – Sun is not responsible for the availability of third-party web sites mentioned in this
document. Sun does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any content, advertising,
products, or other material on or available from such sites or resources. Sun will not be
responsible or liable for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection
with use of or reliance on any such content, goods, or services that are available on or through
any such sites or resources.
Documentation, Support, and Training
The Sun web site provides information about the following additional resources:
■
■
■
Documentation (http://www.sun.com/documentation/)
Support (http://www.sun.com/support/)
Training (http://www.sun.com/training/)
Typographic Conventions
The following table describes the typographic conventions that are used in this book.
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TABLE P–1 Typographic Conventions
Typeface
Meaning
Example
AaBbCc123
The names of commands, files, and directories,
and onscreen computer output
Edit your .login file.
Use ls -a to list all files.
machine_name% you have mail.
What you type, contrasted with onscreen
computer output
machine_name% su
aabbcc123
Placeholder: replace with a real name or value
The command to remove a file is rm
filename.
AaBbCc123
Book titles, new terms, and terms to be
emphasized
Read Chapter 6 in the User's Guide.
AaBbCc123
Password:
A cache is a copy that is stored
locally.
Do not save the file.
Note: Some emphasized items
appear bold online.
Shell Prompts in Command Examples
The following table shows the default UNIX® system prompt and superuser prompt for the C
shell, Bourne shell, and Korn shell.
TABLE P–2 Shell Prompts
Shell
Prompt
C shell
machine_name%
C shell for superuser
machine_name#
Bourne shell and Korn shell
$
Bourne shell and Korn shell for superuser
#
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C H A P T E R
1
Installation Issues
This chapter describes problems that relate to the installation of the Solaris 10 Operating
System.
Note – Some of the issues and bugs in this chapter have been fixed in subsequent Solaris 10
releases. If you have upgraded your Solaris software, certain issues and bugs in this chapter
might no longer apply. To see which bugs and issues no longer apply to your specific Solaris 10
software, refer to Appendix A.
General Information
This section provides general information such as behavior changes in Solaris 10 OS.
New Minimum Memory Requirement
Beginning with the Solaris 10 11/06 release, all x86 based systems must now have at least 256
Mbytes of RAM to run the Solaris software.
Changes in Upgrade Support for Solaris Releases
Starting with the Solaris 10 11/06 release, you can upgrade the Solaris OS only from the
following releases:
■
■
■
Solaris 8 OS
Solaris 9 OS
Solaris 10 OS
To upgrade releases previous to the Solaris 8 software to the Solaris 10 11/06 software, upgrade
to any of the releases in the preceding list first. Then upgrade to the Solaris 10 11/06 release.
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Support for Products Not Part of the Solaris OS
Although the Solaris 10 software has been tested for compatibility with previous releases, some
third-party applications might not be fully ABI compliant. Contact the supplier of these
applications directly for information about compatibility.
Your system might run both a Solaris OS and other products that are not part of the Solaris
software. These products might be supplied by either Sun or another company. If you upgrade
this system to the Solaris 10 release, make sure that these other products are also supported on
the Solaris 10 OS. Depending on the status of each of these products, you can perform one of the
following options:
■
Verify that the existing version of the product is supported on the Solaris 10 software.
■
Install a new version of the product that is supported on the Solaris 10 release. You might
need to remove the previous version of the product prior to upgrading to the Solaris
software. See the product documentation for more details.
■
Remove the product prior to upgrading to the Solaris 10 software.
Before You Begin
This section contains critical installation issues that you need to be aware of before installing or
upgrading to Solaris 10 OS. These issues might have an impact that would prevent installation
or upgrades from completing successfully. If bugs in this section apply to your system, you
might need to perform the recommended workarounds before you install or upgrade.
Installation Change for the Solaris Companion DVD
When you are installing the Solaris OS, the Companion DVD is not available to be installed
with the Solaris installation program. Use the pkgadd(1M) command to install the Solaris
Companion DVD. For detailed installation instructions, see the README file on the
Companion DVD.
Solaris Live Upgrade and Solaris Zones
Using Solaris Live Upgrade in conjunction with Solaris zones is not supported. If you have
installed non-global zones on a Solaris 10 system, you cannot upgrade to the Solaris 10 11/06
release by using Solaris Live Upgrade.
If you use the luupgrade command, the following error message is displayed:
Unable to upgrade boot environment.
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Workaround: To upgrade such a system, use either the Solaris interactive installation program
or the custom JumpStart program. These programs apply to your Solaris 10 OS all the patches
and new packages that represent the differences between your current OS and the Solaris 10
11/06 software. The programs also apply the packages and patches to all the non-global zones.
Both programs have limitations. For example, you cannot customize your upgrade by installing
additional software products or additional locale packages, or by modifying the disk layout. .
Patching Miniroot on x86 Machines
The procedures for using patchadd with the -C destination specifier to patch a miniroot on an
x86 machine have changed. You must now unpack the miniroot, apply patches, then repack the
miniroot.
See the following for the detailed steps:
■
Chapter 5, “Installing From the Network With DVD Media (Tasks),” in Solaris 10 11/06
Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations
■
Chapter 6, “Installing From the Network With CD Media (Tasks),” in Solaris 10 11/06
Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations
Correct Solaris Data Encryption Supplement Required
for Use of Longer Key Lengths on Solaris 10 Updates
When you install the Solaris 10 11/06 release and you wish to access longer key lengths for use
with data encryption, you must use the Solaris Data Encryption Supplement packages that
corresponds to Solaris 10. The supplement is delivered in the SUNWcry and SUNWcryr
packages that are available for download from:
http://www.sun.com/download/
To bring these packages up to the same patch level as your current update, you will have to
install the appropriate patch:
■
■
Patch ID 118562-05 or a later revision for SPARC based systems
Patch ID 118563-04 or a later revision for x86 based systems
To determine your current patch level, use showrev -p.
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Additional Procedures Required When Installing
Patches for Solaris 10 11/06 Release
The following patches are applied to resolve problems that were reported in CR 6277164 and
CR 6214222:
■
■
Patch ID 119366-05 for SPARC based systems
Patch ID 119367-05 for x86 based systems
The sections that follow provide further steps that you must perform to completely resolve the
reported problems.
Resolving Issues With the GNOME Display Manager (6277164)
Note – Perform this procedure before you use the GNOME Display Manager (GDM) as your
login program, or if you have already enabled GDM as your login program. Otherwise, you can
skip this procedure.
When applying the patch, load new values into the GDM configuration files. Then restart the
GDM application.
1. To load the new values into the configuration file, choose one of the following options.
■
Copy the /etc/X11/gdm/factory-gdm.conf file to the /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf file.
Perform this step if you have not made any modifications to the gdm.conf file. Then you
can start the GDM application.
■
Manually merge the differences in the factory-gdm.conf file into the gdm.conf file.
Perform this step if you have modified the gdm.conf file and want to retain your
modifications.
When merging files, copy the values for the following commands from the
factory-gdm.conf file to the gdm.conf file. These commands enable you to obtain the
best OS performance.
■
■
■
■
■
■
RebootCommand
HaltCommand
SuspendCommand
DefaultPath
RootPath
GraphicalTheme
2. To restart GDM, perform the following steps:
a. Become superuser.
b. Issue the following command:
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# svcadm disable application/gdm2-login
c. In the console that is now displayed, press Return to display a command prompt.
d. To restart GDM, issue the following command:
# svcadm enable application/gdm2-login
Sun Fire V250 Server Installation
The SUNWCXall software metacluster must be installed on a Sun Fire V250 Server.
NFS Version 4 Introduces New Prompt at First System
Boot
Solaris 10 OS uses NFS Version 4 (NFSv4) as the default distributed file system mechanism. In
NFSv4, file user and group attributes are exchanged as strings of the form “user@domain” and
“group@domain,” respectively.
The domain portion of the string should be common between client and server. This
information is automatically derived from the system's name service domain name. However,
in certain cases, the derived domain might not match between client and server. This mismatch
might typically occur in environments where either of the following circumstances is true:
■
■
The DNS TXT record is not used.
Multiple administrative domain boundaries are crossed.
If domain information between client and server does not match, NFSv4-accessed files might
appear to be owned by “nobody.”
To ensure proper configuration, on the first system boot the system now prompts you for a
domain to use for NFSv4. Answer “no” to this prompt if one of the following configurations
describes your deployment:
■
■
Your deployment utilizes the DNS TXT record to configure the NFSv4 domain.
Your deployment has a single (flat) administrative domain.
Custom JumpStart and Advanced Installations
Environments that use the Custom JumpStartTM method to perform unattended system
installations require minimal tuning to suppress the first boot prompts.
A sample script, set_nfs4_domain, is provided in the Solaris 10 distribution media and is
located in the ${CDrom_mnt_pt}/Solaris_10/Misc/jumpstart_sample directory. A copy of
this script should be modified to set the NFS4_DOMAIN variable to site-specific needs and be
called from within JumpStart's finish script. The target system's NFSv4 domain is therefore
preconfigured as part of the JumpStart finish phase, and thus suppresses any first boot prompts.
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Follow these steps to perform unattended installations:
1. Create a copy of the set_nfs4_domain script in the same directory as your JumpStart's
finish.sh scripts.
2. Edit the script and set the NFS4_DOMAIN variable to your specific needs.
3. Edit your finish.sh script and append a call to set_nfs4_domain.
4. Perform the JumpStart installations as usual.
For further details, refer to the sysidconfig(1M), sysidtool(1M), nfsmapid(1M), and nfs(4)
man pages. See also the System Administration Guide: Network Services.
x86: Systems With elx or pcelx NICs Fail Network
Configuration
Systems with an elx or a pcelx network interface card (NIC) fail to install. During the
configuration of the NIC, the following error message might be displayed:
WARNING: elx: transmit or jabber underrun: d0<UNDER, INTR, CPLT>
See the elxl(7D) or pcelx(7D) man page for more information.
Workaround: Install and run on systems that do not have elx or pcelx NICs.
Default Size of /var File System Inadequate for Extra
Value Products
The default size of the /var file system might be insufficient for the Extra Value products in the
following situations:
■
If you install any of the Extra Value products that are provided on the Solaris 10 DVD or
CDs
■
If the /var file system is located on a separate slice
You must manually specify a larger slice size for the /var file system.
Note – If the /var file system is not on a separate slice or partition, this problem does not occur.
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds.
■
If you are using the Solaris installation program GUI, follow these steps.
1. Begin the installation.
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2. From Select Type of Install, select Custom Install.
The Solaris installation program displays several screens that enable you to customize
the software localizations, products, and disk layout that you want to install.
3. From Lay Out File Systems, select Modify.
The disk layout screen is displayed.
4. Type /var in the File System column for a specific slice, then click Apply.
The installation program suggests a default size for the /var file system.
5. Edit the Size column entry for the /var file system to twice the disk space size.
For example, if the installation program assigns 40 Mbytes of space, change the Size
value to 80.
6. Complete the installation.
■
If you are using the Solaris installation program's text installer, follow these steps.
1. Begin the installation.
2. From Select Type of Install, select Custom Install.
The Solaris installation program displays several screens that enable you to customize
the software localizations, products, and disk layout that you want to install.
3. From Lay Out File Systems, select Auto Layout.
The disk layout screen is displayed.
4. Type /var in the File System column for a specific slice.
The installation program suggests a default size for the /var file system.
5. Press F4_Customize to customize the size of the /var file system.
6. Edit the Size column entry for the /var file system to twice the disk space size.
For example, if the installation program assigns 40 Mbytes of space, change the Size
value to 80.
7. Complete the installation.
■
If you are using the custom JumpStart program, use the filesys profile keyword to set the
size of the /var file system. The following example sets the size of the /var file system on
slice 5 to 256 Mbytes.
filesys c0t0d0s5 256 /var
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x86: Do Not Upgrade Hewlett-Packard (HP) Vectra XU
Series Systems With BIOS Version GG.06.13
The Solaris 10 software includes a feature that enables you to install large partitions. The system
BIOS must support logical block addressing (LBA). BIOS Version GG.06.13 does not support
LBA access. The Solaris boot programs cannot manage this conflict. This issue can also affect
other HP Vectra systems.
If you perform this upgrade, your HP system can no longer boot. Only a blank black screen with
a flashing underscore cursor is displayed.
Workaround: Do not upgrade HP Vectra XU Series systems with the latest BIOS Version
GG.06.13 to the Solaris 10 release. This version no longer supports these systems.
You can still boot your system by using the boot diskette or boot CD because the boot paths do
not use the hard disk code. Then select the hard disk as your bootable device instead of the
network or CD-ROM drive.
SPARC: Older Firmware Might Need Boot Flash PROM
Update
On SPARC based systems, Solaris 10 OS runs in 64–bit mode only. Some Sun4UTM systems
might need to be updated to a higher level of OpenBootTM firmware in the flash PROM to run
the OS in 64-bit mode. The following systems might require a flash PROM update:
■
■
■
UltraTM 2
Ultra 450 and Sun EnterpriseTM 450
Sun Enterprise 3000, 4000, 5000, and 6000 systems
The following table lists the UltraSPARC systems and the minimum firmware versions that are
required to run the 64–bit Solaris 10 OS. System type is the equivalent of the output of the uname
-i command. You can determine which firmware version you are running by using the
prtconf -V command.
TABLE 1–1 Minimum Firmware Versions Required to Run 64–Bit Solaris Software on UltraSPARC Systems
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System Type From uname -i
Minimum Firmware Version From prtconf -V
SUNW,Ultra-2
3.11.2
SUNW,Ultra-4
3.7.107
SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise
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Note – If a system is not listed in the previous table, the system does not need a flash PROM
update.
See any edition of the Solaris 8 Sun Hardware Platform Guide at http://docs.sun.com for
instructions to perform a flash PROM update.
Additional Patches Are Needed to Run Solaris Live
Upgrade
For Solaris Live Upgrade to operate correctly, a limited set of patch revisions must be installed
for a given OS version. Make sure you have the most recently updated patch list by consulting
http://sunsolve.sun.com. For additional information, search for the info Doc 72099 on the
SunSolveSM web site.
Limitation When Installing Solaris Live Upgrade
Packages
If you are running the Solaris 7 or Solaris 8 release, you might not be able to run the Solaris Live
Upgrade installer. These releases do not contain the set of patches that is needed to run the Java
2 runtime environment.
The typical failure that results is a Java exception error. The following messages might be
displayed:
InvocationTargetException in ArchiveReader constructornull
java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
at install.instantiateArchiveReader(Compiled Code)
at install.<init>(Compiled Code)
at install.main(Compiled Code)
To run the Solaris Live Upgrade installer and install the packages, you must have the Java 2
runtime environment recommended patch cluster.
Workaround: Complete the following workaround:
■
Install the Solaris Live Upgrade packages by using the pkgadd command.
For step-by-step instructions, refer to Chapter 4, “Using Solaris Live Upgrade to Create a
Boot Environment (Tasks),” in Solaris 10 11/06 Installation Guide: Solaris Live Upgrade and
Upgrade Planning.
■
Install the Java 2 runtime environment recommended patch cluster. The patch cluster is
available on http://sunsolve.sun.com. Then, you can use the Solaris Live Upgrade installer to
install the packages.
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Solaris Management Console 2.1 Software Is Not
Compatible With Solaris Management Console 1.0,
1.0.1, or 1.0.2 Software
Solaris Management Console 2.1 software is not compatible with Solaris Management Console
1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.0.2 software. If you are upgrading to the Solaris 10 release, and you have Solaris
Management Console 1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.0.2 software installed, you must first uninstall the Solaris
Management Console software before you upgrade. Solaris Management Console software
might exist on your system if you installed the SEAS 2.0 overbox, the SEAS 3.0 overbox, or the
Solaris 8 Admin Pack.
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
■
Before you upgrade, use the /usr/bin/prodreg command to perform a full uninstall of
Solaris Management Console software.
■
If you did not uninstall Solaris Management Console 1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.0.2 software before you
upgraded to the Solaris 10 release, you must first remove all Solaris Management Console
1.0, 1.0.1, or 1.0.2 packages. Use the pkgrm command for package removal instead of the
prodreg command. Carefully follow the order of package removal. Complete the following
steps:
1. Become superuser.
2. Type the following command:
# pkginfo | grep “Solaris Management Console“
If the description does not start with “Solaris Management Console 2.1,” the package
names in the output identify a Solaris Management Console 1.0 package.
3. Use the pkgrm command to remove all instances of Solaris Management Console 1.0
packages in the following order:
Note – Do not remove any package that has “Solaris Management Console 2.1” in its
description. For example, SUNWmc.2 might indicate Solaris Management Console 2.1
software.
If the pkginfo output displays multiple versions of Solaris Management Console 1.0
packages, use the pkgrm command to remove both packages. Remove the original
package. Then, remove the package that has been appended with a number. For
example, if the SUNWmcman and SUNWmcman.2 packages appear in the pkginfo output, first
remove the SUNWmcman package and then remove the SUNWmcman.2 package. Do not use
the prodreg command.
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#
#
#
#
#
#
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
SUNWmcman
SUNWmcapp
SUNWmcsvr# pkgrm SUNWmcsvu
SUNWmc
SUNWmcc
SUNWmcsws
4. In a terminal window, type the following command:
# rm -rf /var/sadm/pkg/SUNWmcapp
The Solaris Management Console 2.1 software should now function properly. For future
maintenance, or if the Solaris Management Console 2.1 software does not function
properly, remove the Solaris Management Console 2.1 software. Reinstall the software by
completing the following steps:
1. Use the pkgrm command to remove all Solaris Management Console 2.1 packages and
dependent packages in the following order:
Note – If your installation has multiple instances of Solaris Management Console 2.1
packages, such as SUNWmc and SUNWmc.2, first remove SUNWmc, and then SUNWmc.2 . Do
not use the prodreg command.
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
pkgrm
SUNWpmgr
SUNWrmui
SUNWlvmg
SUNWlvma
SUNWlvmr
SUNWdclnt
SUNWmga
SUNWmgapp
SUNWmcdev
SUNWmcex
SUNWwbmc
SUNWmc
SUNWmcc
SUNWmccom
2. Insert the Solaris 10 Software - 4 CD into your CD-ROM drive. Type the following in a
terminal window:
#
# cd /cdrom/cdrom0/Solaris_10/Product
# pkgadd -d . SUNWmccom SUNWmcc SUNWmc SUNWwbmc SUNWmcex SUNWmcdev \
SUNWmgapp SUNWmga SUNWdclnt SUNWlvmr SUNWlvma SUNWlvmg SUNWpmgr \
SUNWrmui
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All previous Solaris Management Console versions are removed. The Solaris Management
Console 2.1 software is now functional.
SPARC: Upgrade Hangs on Sun Blade 1500
Workstations (6363365)
Upgrading to the Solaris 10 11/06 software might hang if you are installing or upgrading from a
DVD media. The problem affects certain Sun BladeTM 1500 workstations that are equipped with
the JLMS DVD drive. The error occurs when you use any of the following installation methods:
■
■
Solaris interactive installation program
Solaris Live Upgrade
When the system hangs, no error messages are displayed.
Workaround: To upgrade such a system, use a network installation image.
x86: Failure of BIOS Device Utility Prevents
Installation or Upgrade From Being Completed
(6362108)
On certain occasions, the utility for BIOS devices (/sbin/biosdev) might fail and prevent a
successful installation or upgrade. The failure can occur under either of the following
circumstances:
■
Patch ID 117435-02 was applied, but the system was not rebooted.
■
The system contains two or more identical disks that have identical fdisk partitions.
The following error message is displayed:
biosdev: Could not match any!!
Workaround: Make sure that you reboot the system after applying Patch ID 117435-02. Ensure
that identical disks to be used in the installation or upgrade are configured with different
fdisk-partition layouts.
The following example is based on a system that has two disks with identical fdisk-partition
layouts. To change the layouts, perform the following steps.
1. Become superuser.
2. Start the disk maintenance utility.
# format
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A list of available disks in the system is displayed.
3. To select the disk whose fdisk partition you want to change, type the disk's number.
4. From the list of Format options, select fdisk.
The disk's partition information and a list of fdisk options are displayed.
5. To change the disk's layout, choose one of the following:
■
■
■
To specify a different active partition, press 2.
To add another disk partition, press 1.
To delete an unused partition, press 3.
6. To save your changes and exit the fdisk menu, press 5.
7. To exit the disk maintenance utility, select Quit from the Format options.
8. Reboot the system.
9. After the system reboots, verify that the error message no longer appears. As superuser, type
the following command:
# /sbin/biosdev
If the error message is still generated, repeat the procedure but select a different option in
Step 5.
10. If the system contains other identical disks with identical fdisk-partition layouts, repeat
Steps 1-9 on these disks. Otherwise, you can proceed with your Solaris installation or
upgrade.
Upgrade Option Unavailable if the Root (/) File System
Is a RAID-1 Volume (Mirror) (6263122)
A problem occurs when you upgrade to the Solaris 10 11/06 software a system whose root (/)
file system is a RAID-1 volume. This problem occurs when you perform the upgrade as follows:
■
■
You use CD media or an network installation image.
You use the Solaris interactive installation program or custom JumpStart.
One of the following problems occurs:
■
If you are using the Solaris interactive program, you are not given the option of upgrading in
the panel Select upgrade or initial install.
■
If you use custom JumpStart to upgrade, the following error message is displayed:
ERROR: No upgradeable root file systems were found.
Workaround: Perform Workaround 1 first. Proceed to Workaround 2 only if the first
workaround did not resolve the issue.
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Workaround 1:: Remove the RAID configurations before performing the upgrade. Rebuild
your RAID configuration after the upgrade is completed. To remove the RAID
configurations, follow these steps.
1. Find the physical devices that are being used for the root partition's RAID-0 volumes or
submirrors, as in the following example:
# df -k /
Filesystem
/dev/md/dsk/d0
kbytes
used avail capacity Mounted on
4459950 3089180 1326171
70%
/
# metastat -p d0
d0 -m d10 d11 1
d10 1 1 c1t0d0s0
d11 1 1 c1t1d0s0
2. Remove the mirror that is not being upgraded. In the example, if the disk to be upgraded
is c1t0d0s0, you need to remove d11. Type the following:
# metadetach d0 d11
3. Revert to using the appropriate physical device to be upgraded. For the previous
example, you issue the following command.
# metaroot c1t0d0s0
4. If necessary, verify that the /etc/vfstab has been updated with the required device.
# grep c1t0d0s0 /etc/vfstab
/dev/dsk/c1t0d0s0 /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s0 / ufs 1 no -
5. Shut down the system.
6. Boot the system from the DVD or CD media.
In the panel Select upgrade or initial install, you can now choose to upgrade. You can
also select the device to upgrade from the list of devices in the panel. Typically, the list
contains the devices that comprise the original root subvolume.
However, if the option to upgrade remains unavailable, then skip to the alternative
workaround.
7. To proceed with the upgrade, select the device.
To rebuild your RAID configurations after the upgrade has been completed, follow these
steps.
1. Redefine the boot device.
# metaroot d0
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2. Reboot the system.
3. Add the subvolume.
# metattach d0 d11
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Workaround 2: Use this workaround only if Workaround 1 was not successful. Do not
perform this workaround without attempting the previous workaround first.
1. Reboot the system.
The system boots back to the existing Solaris release.
2. Delete the active metadevices that comprise the root partition by using the metaclear
command.
# metaclear d0 d10 d11
3. Shut down the system.
4. Boot the system from the DVD or CD media.
5. Proceed with the installation by following the installation or upgrade options that appear
on the screen.
6. After the upgrade is completed, reconfigure your metadevices by following the normal
procedures.
The following example shows the steps to configure the root (/) metadevice, set up the
system files for the metadevice, and reattach the subvolume.
# metainit d0 -m d10
# metaroot d0
# reboot
# metainit d11 1 1 c1t1d0s0
# metattach d0 d11
Note – You reattach the old subvolume after the system boot is completed.
Cannot Create a Solaris Flash Archive When Solaris
Zones Are Installed (6246943)
Starting with the current Solaris release, a Solaris Flash archive cannot be properly created when
a non-global zone is installed. The Solaris Flash feature is not currently compatible with the
Solaris containers (zones) feature.
Do not use the flar create command to create a Solaris Flash archive in these instances:
■
In any non-global zone
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In the global zone if there are any non-global zones installed
If you create a Solaris Flash archive in such an instance, the resulting archive might not install
properly when the archive is deployed.
Workaround: None.
x86: Sun Java Workstations 2100Z Might Panic When
Booting From Solaris 10 Operating System DVD
(6214356)
The DVD combo-drive firmware in a Sun Java Workstation 2100Z might cause a system panic.
The panic occurs when you boot the workstation from the Solaris 10 Operating System DVD.
After the kernel banner is displayed, the following message is very quickly flashed:
panic[cpu0]/thread=fec1be20: mod_hold_stub:
Couldn’t load stub module sched/TS_DTBL
fec25cb0 genunix:mod_hold_stub+139 (fec04088, 63, fea11)
fec25cc4 unix:stubs_common_code+9 (1, 8, fec026e4)
fec25ce4 unix:disp_add+3d (fec026dc)
fec25d00 genunix:mod_installsched+a4 (fef01530, fef01518)
fec25d20 genunix:mod_install+2f (fef01518, fec25d3c,)
fec25d2c TS:_init+d (0, d6d89c88, fec25d)
fec25d3c genunix:modinstall+d9 (d6d89c88)
fec25d50 genunix:mod_hold_installed_mod+2e (d6d77640, 1, fec25d)
fec25d7c genunix:modload+ac (fec026c4, fec26c4)
fec25d98 genunix:scheduler_load+3d (fec026c4, fec026dc)
fec25db4 genunix:getcid+50 (fec026c4, fec28514)
fec25dcc unix:dispinit+df (fec25ddc, fe814ba9)
fec25dd4 unix:startup_modules+d5 (fec25dec, fe8cac37)
fec25ddc unix:startup+19 (fe800000, 166130, 7)
fec25dec genunix:main+16 ()
Then the system automatically resets.
Workaround: Choose one of the following options:
Workaround 1: Modify some BIOS configuration settings. This temporary workaround
enables a Solaris 10 installation to be completed. However, this method might cause poor
read-DVD performance. Follow these steps:
1. During system boot, press F2 at the prompt to enter the setup.
The screen displays attachment-type options similar to the following example:
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Primary Master [ ]
Primary Slave [ ]
Secondary Master [CD-ROM]
Secondary Slave [ ]
2. Choose the DVD drive's attachment type by selecting the attachment type for CD-ROM.
Note – The screen might display more than one attachment type for CD-ROM, for example,
if your system has multiple optical drives. In such cases, you might need to open the system
case to determine the DVD drive's point of attachment. Make sure that you select the correct
attachment type that applies to the DVD drive.
3. After selecting the correct CD-ROM attachment type, press Enter.
The next screen appears with Type:[Auto] automatically selected.
4. Press the spacebar twice to change the selection to Type:[CD-ROM].
5. Use the arrow keys to select Transfer Mode.
6. Press Enter to display a list of other Transfer Mode options.
7. Use the arrow keys to select Standard, then press Enter to accept your selection.
8. Press F10 to save the configuration changes and exit BIOS setup.
The system restarts.
Workaround 2: Update the DVD combo drive's firmware to v1.12. This option requires your
DVD combo drive to be attached to a system that is running Microsoft Windows. Follow these
steps.
1. Remove your DVD combo drive from the Sun Java Workstation 2100z. See the
workstation's user's guide for steps to remove the drive properly.
2. Connect the drive to a system that is running Microsoft Windows. Make sure to change the
drive's master and slave jumper settings, if needed.
3. Go to AOpen's download center at http://download.aopen.com.tw/default.aspx.
4. Search for your DVD drive's firmware by using the following information:
■
■
■
Product: Combo drives
Model: COM5232/AAH
Categories: Firmware
5. Download and install the firmware version R1.12.
6. Reinstall the drive on the workstation. If needed, restore the original master and slave
jumper settings.
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Note – Newer versions of the firmware might already be available at the site. Sun's tests confirm
that the v1.12 release resolves the panic issue. Sun cannot confirm whether newer firmware
revisions after v1.12 similarly resolve the problem.
x86: Serial Consoles of Some Sun Fire Systems Do Not
Work (6208412)
The serial console (ttya) on the following Sun Fire systems does not work by default:
■
■
■
■
Sun Fire V20z
Sun Fire V40z
Sun Fire V60x
Sun Fire V65x
To use the serial console, you must manually configure the system's BIOS.
Workaround: This workaround requires your system to have a Sun keyboard and a display
monitor. Follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Boot the machine.
During system boot, press F2 at the prompt to access the Phoenix BIOS.
Under Peripherals, change the comm port from disabled to enabled.
Save the configuration and boot the system.
Use the eeprom command to change input-device and output-device to ttya.
Note – Pressing the Stop and N keys at system boot to reset the low-level firmware to default
settings does not work on these systems.
Solaris Installation GUI Program Might Fail on Systems
With Existing x86 fdisk Boot Partitions (6186606)
The Solaris installation GUI program might fail on a system with an existing x86 boot partition.
The failure occurs if the existing x86 boot partition was created with the Solaris text-based
installer. The following error message is displayed.
Default layout will not work on this system.
Error:
Error: ERROR: Could not create explicit fdisk partition on c0t0d0,
requested cylinders 14581 - 14597 in use by fdisk partition 1
Error:
Error: ERROR: System installation failed
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Pfinstall failed. Exit stat= java.lang.UNIXProcess@a89ce3 2
artition on c0t0d0, requested cylinders 14581 - 14597 in use by fdisk
partition 1 ERROR: System installation failed
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds.
Workaround 1: When the installation program prompts you to select an installation type,
select 3 Solaris Interactive Text (Desktop Session).
Workaround 2: If you use the Solaris installation GUI program, follow these steps.
1. Begin the installation.
2. At the prompt to select an installation type, select Custom Install.
The custom installation panels prompt you for information about the locales, software, and
disks that you want to install.
3. Answer the questions on the screens as appropriate for your system.
4. On the Fdisk Selection screen, check the disk that contains the x86boot partition.
5. Remove the x86boot partition by changing it to UNUSED in the pull-down menu.
6. Add the x86boot partition back by changing UNUSED back to x86boot.
7. Continue the installation.
x86: X Server Unable to Open Mouse Device in Sun
LX50 Servers (5027771)
On a Sun LX50 system, the X server might be unable to open a PS/2 mouse device. The error
might occur either during installation or when the system reboots. When the problem occurs,
the following error message is displayed:
ddxSUNWmouse: Error opening mouse device ’/dev/kdmouse;
/dev/kdmouse: No such device or address
Consequently, the Solaris installation program can proceed only in command-line interface
mode. After installation, the problem might persist during Solaris runtime.
Workaround: On the Y-cable that connects to the server's PS/2 connector, switch the
connections between the PS/2 keyboard and mouse.
If the PS/2 mouse remains unrecognized after a system reboot, press the LX50 server's Reset
button. Alternatively, use the reconfigure option (b -r) when the following boot prompt
appears:
Select (b)oot or (i)nterpreter:
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Installation Bugs
The following bugs might occur during or after the installation of Solaris 10 OS.
Locales Problem After Upgrading a System With
Non-Global Zones Installed (6494427)
If you are upgrading to the Solaris 10 11/06 release and your system contains non-global zones,
the locales setting is incorrect. The locales are unset after an upgrade. No error message is
displayed.
Workaround: Perform the following steps:
1. Before the upgrade, make a copy of the /var/sadm/system/admin/data/install_locales
file before the upgrade.
2. After the upgrade, copy the same file to the upgraded install_locales file.
Zones With an fs Resource Defined With a Type of lofs
Cannot Be Upgraded to Solaris 10 11/06 (6454140)
If all non-global zones that are configured with lofs fs resources are mounting directories that
exist in the miniroot, the system can be upgraded from an earlier Solaris 10 release to the Solaris
10 11/06 release using standard upgrade. For example, a lofs mounted /opt directory presents
no issues for upgrade.
However, if any of the non-global zones are configured with a non-standard lofs mount, such
as a lofs mounted /usr/local directory, the following error message is displayed:
The zones upgrade failed and the system needs to be restored
from backup. More details can be found in the file
/var/sadm/install_data/upgrade_log on the upgrade root file
system.
Although this error message states that the system must be restored from backup, the system is
actually fine, and it can be upgraded successfully using the workaround.
Workaround:
1. Reboot the system with the installed OS.
2. Reconfigure the zones, removing the fs resources that are defined with a type of lofs.
3. After removing these resources, upgrade the system to Solaris 10 11/06.
4. Following the upgrade, reconfigure the zones again to restore the additional fs resources
that were removed.
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SPARC: Installing a Solaris Flash Archive Causes Sun4v
System to Hang (6411690)
If you use the flarcreate command to create a Solaris Flash archive and use the -L pax option,
the installation of the archive hangs on a Sun4v system. The archive failure occurs during the
retrieval of the archive. This failure affects the both the T1000 and T2000 models.
The following error message is displayed.
/pci@7c0/pci@0: Device 1c Nothing there
/pci@7c0/pci@0: Device 1d Nothing there
/pci@7c0/pci@0: Device 1e Nothing there
/pci@7c0/pci@0: Device 1f Nothing there
Probing I/O buses
Sun Fire T200, No Keyboard
Copyright 2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
OpenBoot 4.20.4, 8184 MB memory available, Serial #000000.
Ethernet address 0:13:3f:3d:b3:13, Host ID: 000db914.
Rebooting with command: boot
Boot device: disk File and args:
Loading ufs-file-system package 1.4 04 Aug 1995 13:02:54.
FCode UFS Reader 1.12 00/07/17 15:48:16.
Loading: /platform/SUNW,Sun-Fire-T200/ufsboot
Loading: /platform/sun4v/ufsboot
ERROR: Last Trap: Memory Address not Aligned
[Exception handlers interrupted, please file a bug]
[type ’resume’ to attempt a normal recovery]
{0} ok
(This hangs and will never complete)
Workaround: Create the archive by using the cpio copy option. The cpio option is the default.
See the following example:
# flarcreate -n test.flar.sun4v.cpio -c
/net/server/export1/rw/test.flar.sun4v.cpio
x86: Install Hangs on Systems With 512 Mbyte of
Memory (6423854)
Installations can run out of memory and hang on 512-Mbyte systems under the following
conditions:
■
You install using a network installation image of the OS.
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The Solaris installation program is in a windowing environment:
■
The graphical user interface (GUI).
■
The -text option or “3. Solaris Interactive Text (Desktop session)” in the menu below.
When the system exhausts available memory, the GUI installation process slows and eventually
fails. The text does not display in a windowing environment.
Workaround:
To avoid this problem, select a non-windowing environment during the initial installation
startup. During startup from the installation media the following menu is displayed:
----------1.
Solaris Interactive (default)
2.
Custom JumpStart
3.
Solaris Interactive Text (Desktop session)
4.
Solaris Interactive Text (Console session)
5.
Apply driver updates
6.
Single user shell
Enter the number of your choice.
-----------
At this point, choose “4. Solaris Interactive Text (Console session)”. This non-windowing
environment will initiate a text-only installation, without using memory-intense processes.
x86: SVM Upgrade Fails From Solaris 9 9/05 OS to
Solaris 10 11/06 or to Solaris Express (6397251)
If you upgrade a Solaris Volume Manager (SVM) on x86 platforms, the upgrade fails. The
failure occurs if the SVM volume is configured on the root (/) file system and you upgrade from
the Solaris 9 9/05 OS to the Solaris 10 11/06 OS or to a Solaris Express release.
The following error message is displayed:
Processing profile
ERROR: The specified root and/or boot was not found or was not upgradeable
Solaris installation program exited.
Solaris Not Sending a PRLI to Tape Device (6379955)
Solaris OS is not sending Process Login (PRLI) data to the tape device during a path recovery
sequence.
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No error message is displayed to the user, but the problem can be identified from:
■
■
■
Regular system log messages indicates a path issue, such as offline or online.
Cfgadm -al command. This command shows the failed condition for the tape device.
I/O to a tape device has ceased.
Workaround:
To recover from this situation, use the luxadm forcelip command to the FC host bus adapter.
For example:
luxadm -e forcelip /dev/cfg/c99
c99 is the specific controller that is being used to communicate with the tape transport.
x86: Custom JumpStart Profile Test Fails With Locale
Keyword (6340509)
When you test your JumpStart profile using the pfinstall -D command, the dry run test fails
under the following conditions:
■
The profile contains the locale keyword.
■
You are testing a release that contains GRUB software. Starting with the Solaris 10 11/06
release, the GRUB boot loader facilitates booting different operating systems installed on
your system with the GRUB menu.
With the introduction of GRUB software, the miniroot is compressed. The GRUB software can
no longer find the list of locales from the compressed miniroot. Aminiroot is the smallest
possible Solaris root (/) file system and is found on the Solaris installation media.
The following error message is displayed:
Could not select locale
Workaround:
The script values are as follows:
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■
■
■
MEDIA_DIR=/cdrom/cdrom0/s0
MINIROOT_DIR=$MEDIA_DIR/Solaris_10/Tools/Boot
MINIROOT_ARCHIVE=$MEDIA_DIR/boot/x86.miniroot
TEMP_FILE_NAME=/tmp/test
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Perform the following steps:
1. Uncompress the miniroot archive.
# /usr/bin/gzcat $MINIROOT_ARCHIVE > $TEMP_FILE_NAME
2. Create the miniroot device using the lofiadm command.
# LOFI_DEVICE=/usr/sbin/lofiadm -a $TEMP_FILE_NAME
# echo $LOFI_DEVICE/dev/lofi/1
3. Mount the miniroot with lofi under the miniroot directory.
# /usr/sbin/mount -F ufs $LOFI_DEVICE $MINIROOT_DIR
4. Test the profile.
# /usr/sbin/install.d/pfinstall -D -c $MEDIA_DIR $path-to-jumpstart_profile
5. After the pfinstall testing is completed, unmount the lofi device.
# umount $LOFI_DEVICE
6. Delete the lofi device.
# lofiadm -d $TEMP_FILE_NAME
x86: Invalid /sbin/dhcpinfo Error During Installation
(6332044)
If you install the Solaris 10 11/06 release on an x86 based system, the following error message is
displayed.
/sbin/dhcpinfo: primary interface requested but no primary interface is set
The error does not affect the installation, and the installation succeeds.
Workaround: Ignore the error message.
x86: Installation From CD Media Appears to Hang
After Reboot Selection (6270371)
A problem might occur when you are using the Solaris installation program and are using CD
media. After the installation of the Solaris software from the Solaris 10 11/06 Software CD - 4,
the following prompt is displayed:
Press Reboot now to continue.
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If you press Reboot, the system might not respond. The installation is successful. However, the
error prevents the installation program from exiting normally. Consequently, the typical
postinstallation cleanup and system reboot cannot occur.
An error message similar to the following example is logged in /tmp/disk0_install.log file:
Exception in thread "Thread-70" java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException:
Index: 6, Size: 5
at java.util.ArrayList.add(ArrayList.java:369)
at
com.sun.wizards.core.WizardTreeManager.
actualExitButtonPressed(WizardTreeManager.java:1499)
at
com.sun.wizards.core.WizardTreeManager.
exitButtonPressed(WizardTreeManager.java:1486)
at
com.sun.wizards.core.AutonextController.
run(AutonextController.java:736)
at
java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:595)
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds.
■
Workaround 1: Follow these steps.
1. Shut down the system, then turn on the power again.
2. After the system starts up, insert the appropriate CD at the prompt. Although the CD is
inserted, no additional software is installed on the system. In a moment, the system
reboots normally.
■
Workaround 2: Follow these steps.
1. Open a terminal window.
2. Log in as superuser.
3. Create or modify access to the .instsuccess file.
# touch /tmp/.instsuccess
4. Stop the Java process.
# pkill -9 java
The system reboots without prompting for the CD media.
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x86: kdmconfig Program Runs Twice After Initial
Installation (6209092)
During the first system reboot after an initial Solaris 10 OS installation, the kdmconfig program
might run twice. During this initial startup, each time the program starts, you are prompted to
select an X server. This situation occurs on x86 based systems that have not been configured to
use the X server. An example of such a system is a “headless” system that is not using a graphics
display.
Workaround: Each time the program starts and prompts for an X server, press F3_Exit. A short
delay might occur before the startup process resumes. After this initial startup is completed, the
problem no longer occurs if the system is subsequently rebooted.
x86: System Fails to Boot After Custom JumpStart
Installation (6205478)
If you use the Custom JumpStart installation method to install on an x86 based system, and
explicitly configure slice 2 as the overlap slice in the profile, an error occurs. The system does
not reboot successfully after the installation is completed. The following error message is
displayed:
Cannot find Solaris partition
This failure occurs because the overlap slice 2 (c0t0d0s2, for example) is set to begin at cylinder
1 rather than cylinder 0.
Workaround: In the Custom JumpStart profile, remove the filesys keyword entry that
configures slice 2 as the overlap slice. For example, you would remove a keyword entry that is
similar to the following entry.
filesys c0t0d0s2 all overlap
After you remove the entry, perform the Custom JumpStart installation.
x86: GUI Interactive Installation From DVD Fails if
boot-device Variable Is Not Set (5065465)
If you install Solaris from the Solaris 10 Operating System DVD, the interactive GUI installation
might fail. This failure occurs if the boot-device configuration variable is not set on the system.
To determine if the boot-device configuration variable is set, type the following command.
# prtconf -pv | grep boot-device
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If the output of this command is boot-device: with no associated device, you cannot use the
interactive GUI installation program to install from the Solaris 10 Operating System DVD.
Workaround: Use the interactive text installer to install Solaris 10 software. When the
installation program asks you to select a type of installation, select option 3, Solaris Interactive
Text (Desktop Session).
For more information about installing from the Solaris 10 Operating System DVD, see
Solaris 10 11/06 Installation Guide: Basic Installations.
SPARC: Solaris 10 OS Installation Program Might Not
Display Special Case Panels Properly (5002175)
If you install the Solaris 10 software by using the Solaris installation program, some of the
information and exit panels for the SunSM Remote Services (SRS) Net Connect software might
not display properly.
The installation panel frame and Cancel button are displayed, but the installation panel content
is missing.
Note – This problem might also occur during a Solaris installation of other software products
that are included in this Solaris OS release.
Workaround: Follow these steps:
1. Bypass the SRS Net Connect installation by clicking the Cancel button when the empty
installation panel is displayed.
2. After the installation of the Solaris 10 software has completed, manually install the SRS Net
Connect software from the Solaris 10 Operating System DVD or Solaris 10 Software - 2 CD.
Installing the SRS Net Connect software after the initial Solaris 10 software installation has
completed ensures that all panels are displayed properly.
x86: USB Keyboards Might Freeze During Install on
Some Dell Precision Workstations (4888849)
During installation, USB keyboards on some Dell Precision Workstations might freeze or
become partially inoperative, thereby preventing installation.
Workaround: Perform one of the following workarounds:
■
Switch the USB emulation mode in the firmware.
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■
■
Switch to a PS/2 keyboard.
Reboot and try again.
Alternatively, update the system's BIOS to resolve the problem.
Warnings Might Occur When a File System Is Created
(4189127)
When a file system is created during installation, one of the following warning messages might
be displayed:
Warning: inode blocks/cyl group (87) >= data blocks (63) in last
cylinder group. This implies 1008 sector(s) cannot be allocated.
Or:
Warning: 1 sector(s) in last cylinder unallocated
The warning occurs when the size of the file system that you created does not equal the space on
the disk that is being used. This discrepancy can result in unused space on the disk that is not
incorporated into the indicated file system. This unused space is not available for use by other
file systems.
Workaround: Ignore the warning message.
Upgrade Issues and Bugs
Note – For the latest information about upgrade support beginning with the Solaris 10 11/06
release, see “Changes in Upgrade Support for Solaris Releases” on page 19.
This section describes upgrade bugs. Some might occur while you are upgrading to Solaris 10
OS. Others might occur after you have completed upgrading.
Upgrade Fails on System With Zones That Have Been
Installed But Not Booted
A non-global zone that has been installed but never booted or made ready prevents a system
from being upgraded correctly. No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
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If such a zone is found, the zone should be made ready and then halted prior to starting the
upgrade. For example:
global# zoneadm -z myzone ready ; zoneadm -z myzone halt
Zone Creation Error With
SUNWgnome-a11y-libs-share (6437617)
If you are installing whole-root non-global zones in the Solaris 10 11/06 release, the following
error message might appear in the zone error log:
/export/home/wholerootzone/root/var/sadm/pkg/
SUNWgnome-a11y-libs-share/install/postinstall:
cannot return when not in function
pkgadd: ERROR: postinstall script did not complete successfully
Installation of <SUNWgnome-a11y-libs-share> on zone <wholerootzone>
Note – The name wholerootzone in the error message is for illustrative purposes, and the path
that appears in the installation log might be different on different systems.
Workaround: None.
qlc.conf Configuration File Not Updated While
Upgrading to Solaris 10 11/06 Release (6428334)
While upgrading to Solaris 10 11/06 release with an existing /kernel/drv/qlc.conf
configuration file, the qlc.conf file is not acquiring the updated format and parameters. No
error message is displayed.
Workaround:
To update the qlc.conf file, install the following patches after upgrading to Solaris 10 11/06
release:
■
■
SPARC: Patch 119130-21 or latest revision.
i386: Patch 119131-21 or latest revision.
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Upgrading a Solaris 10 System with Non-Global Zones
to the Solaris 10 11/06 Release Might Cause the Local
File System Service to Fail (6428258)
Upgrading a Solaris 10 3/05 system or a Solaris 10 1/06 system to the Solaris 10 6/06 or the
Solaris 10 11/06 release with non-global zones might cause the SMF service that mounts local
file systems to fail in the non-global zones. As a result, other services in the non-global zones
might fail to start.
After upgrading a Solaris 10 system with non-global zones to the Solaris 10 6/06 or the Solaris
10 11/06 release, services might be in the maintenance state. For example:
# zlogin myzone svcs -x
svc:/system/filesystem/local:default (local file system mounts)
State: maintenance since Wed May 24 13:18:06 2006
Reason: Start method exited with $SMF_EXIT_ERR_FATAL.
See: http://sun.com/msg/SMF-8000-KS
See: /var/svc/log/system-filesystem-local:default.log
Impact: 18 dependent services are not running. (Use -v for list.)
Workaround:
Reboot the non-global zone from the global zone. For example:
global# zoneadm -z myzone reboot
Upgrade From Solaris 10 to Solaris 10 11/06 Gives SMF
Errors on Reboot and Contains Solaris Package Issues
That Might Impact Patching (6421275)
When upgrading from Solaris 10 to Solaris 10 11/06, multiple SMF and package violation errors
occur upon reboot. The following error message is displayed:
oyster console login: May 3 15:05:47 svc.startd[7]:
svc:/system/basicreg:default: Method "/usr/sbin/sconadm register -c -m autoreg"
failed with exit status 1.
May 3 15:05:48 svc.startd[7]: svc:/system/basicreg:default:
Method "/usr/sbin/sconadm register -c -m autoreg" failed with exit status 1.
May 3 15:05:48 svc.startd[7]: svc:/system/basicreg:default:
Method "/usr/sbin/sconadm register -c -m autoreg" failed with exit status 1.
May 3 15:05:48 svc.startd[7]: system/basicreg:default failed
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#scvs -xv
svc:/system/basicreg:default (?)
State: maintenance since Wed May 03 15:05:48 2006
Reason: Start method failed repeatedly, last exited with status 1.
See: http://sun.com/msg/SMF-8000-KS
See: /var/svc/log/system-basicreg:default.log
Impact: This service is not running.
#
# cat /var/svc/log/system-basicreg:default.log
[ May 3 15:05:33 Enabled. ]
[ May 3 15:05:33 Rereading configuration. ]
[ May 3 15:05:47 Executing start method
("/usr/sbin/sconadm register -c -m autoreg") ]
You must accept terms of use (by passing in -a) in order to register.
The terms of use and binary code license agreement are located at:
Terms of Use : http://sun.com/applink/sunuc/tou1en
Binary Code License Agreement :
http://sun.com/applink/sunuc/bcl1en
[ May 3 15:05:48 Method "start" exited with status 1 ]
[ May 3 15:05:48 Executing start method
("/usr/sbin/sconadm register -c -m autoreg") ]
You must accept terms of use (by passing in -a) in order to register.
The terms of use and binary code license agreement are located at:
Terms of Use : http://sun.com/applink/sunuc/tou1en
Binary Code License Agreement :
http://sun.com/applink/sunuc/bcl1en
[ May 3 15:05:48 Method "start" exited with status 1 ]
#
we also had multiple packages owning the same type "f" files
after zones upgrade as follows:
/usr/lib/breg/basicreg.jar
/usr/lib/breg/br-common.jar
/usr/lib/breg/data/RegistrationProfile.properties
/usr/lib/breg/jdom.jar
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_de.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_es.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_fr.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_it.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_ja.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_ko.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_sv.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_zh.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/assetStrings_zh_TW.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_de.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_es.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_fr.properties
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/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_it.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_ja.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_ko.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_sv.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_zh.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/countryStrings_zh_TW.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_de.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_es.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_fr.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_it.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_ja.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_ko.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_sv.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_zh.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/languageStrings_zh_TW.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_de.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_es.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_fr.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_it.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_ja.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_ko.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_sv.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_zh.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/wizardStrings_zh_TW.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_de.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_es.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_fr.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_it.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_ja.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_ko.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_sv.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_zh.properties
/usr/lib/breg/resources/i18n/xmlValueStrings_zh_TW.properties
/usr/lib/breg/wizard.jar
/usr/sbin/sconadm
/usr/sbin/smpatch
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Workaround: Follow these steps:
1. Become superuser.
2. List the SUNWbreg and SUNWbrg localization packages that are installed on the system.
# pkginfo | awk ’{print $2}’ | grep ’SUNW.breg’ > /tmp/list.breg
# cat /tmp/list.breg
SUNWcbreg
SUNWdbreg
SUNWebreg
SUNWfbreg
SUNWhbreg
SUNWibreg
SUNWjbreg
SUNWkbreg
SUNWsbreg
# pkginfo | awk ’{print $2}’ | grep ’SUNW.brg’ > /tmp/list.brg
# cat /tmp/list.brg
SUNWcbrg
SUNWdbrg
SUNWebrg
SUNWfbrg
SUNWhbrg
SUNWibrg
SUNWjbrg
SUNWkbrg
SUNWsbrg
Note – The contents of the /tmp/list.breg file and /tmp/list.brg file might vary
depending on which localization packages are installed on the system, or the files might be
empty. If the /tmp/list.brg file contains packages, save the list of package names so that
you know which packages you will need to copy in step 5. If the files are empty, skip to step 4.
3. Uninstall the packages found in step 2.
# pkgrm ‘cat /tmp/list.breg /tmp/list.brg‘
4. Uninstall the SUNWbrg, SUNWdc, and SUNWbreg packages.
# pkgrm SUNWbrg SUNWdc SUNWbreg
5. Copy the SUNWbrg package and the localization packages that you need from the
distribution media, such as CD or DVD.
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Note – The localization packages that you need are listed in the /tmp/list.brg file.
# cd distribution-media
# cd Solaris_10/Product
# cp -rp SUNWbrg ‘cat /tmp/list.brg‘ /tmp
6. Install the SUNWbrg and localization packages.
# pkgadd -d /tmp SUNWbrg
If the /tmp/list.brg file is not empty, install the localization packages.
# pkgadd -d /tmp ‘cat /tmp/list.brg‘
x86: Upgrade Option Is Not Available When Upgrading
to Solaris Express 3/06 OS (6386504)
The upgrade operation fails when upgrading the OS to the Solaris Express 3/06 OS as follows:
■
■
For the Solaris installation program, the upgrade option is unavailable.
For the custom JumpStart program, the upgrade fails.
This problem is due to an unused boot partition that must deleted.
The problem occurs under the following circumstances:
■
You have performed an initial installation from the Solaris 8, 9, or 10 3/05 release. An x86
boot partition was created during installation.
■
You have performed an initial installation from the Solaris 10 11/06 release or Solaris
Express release that supports GRUB. The x86 boot partition is preserved, but is not used.
■
You try to upgrade to the Solaris Express 3/06 OS.
The following error will be in /tmp/install_log:
# more /tmp/install_log
kdmconfig: The following warning was noted:
Error while executing loadkeys command.
Checking c1d0s0 for an upgradeable Solaris image.
The x86 Boot fdisk partition is missing /a/boot/solaris/bootenv.rc
Workaround:
■
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If you are upgrading with the Solaris installation program, delete the unused boot partition
using the format or fdisk command. Repartition before you upgrade.
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■
If you are upgrading with JumpStart, specify the disk that contains the root (/) file system to
be upgraded with the root_device keyword. For example, the profile would contain the
following keywords:
■
■
install_type upgrade
root_device c1t0d0s0
Device ID Discrepancies After Upgrading From Solaris
9 9/04 OS
In this Solaris 10 release, Solaris Volume Manager displays device ID output in a new format.
Solaris 9 9/04 OS, which introduced device ID support in disk sets, does not recognize the new
format. When you upgrade to Solaris 10 OS from the Solaris 9 9/04 release, device IDs that are
associated with existing disk sets are not updated in the Solaris Volume Manager configuration.
If you need to revert to Solaris 9 9/04 OS, configuration changes made to disk sets after the
upgrade might not be available to Solaris 9 9/04 OS. For more information, see Chapter 25,
“Troubleshooting Solaris Volume Manager (Tasks),” in Solaris Volume Manager
Administration Guide.
Locale Problem Occurs After You Upgrade a System
That Contains Zones (6361672)
A locale problem occurs when you use the GUI-based installation program to upgrade a system
that contains zones. After the installation, the LANG variable in the /etc/default/init file is set
to null. If you issue any system command, the following error message is displayed:
couldn’t set locale correctly
Workaround: As superuser, choose one of the following workarounds:
■
Workaround 1: If you have already upgraded the system, manually edit the
/etc/default/init file to set the correct LANG and LC_* variables. Then reboot the system.
For more information and examples, see the locale(1) man page.
■
Workaround 2: Use the text-based installation program to upgrade the system. Perform
either of the following steps that is appropriate to your system:
■
For SPARC systems, use the text flag with the boot command. For example, if you are
using the CD media to install the software, issue the following command:
ok boot cdrom - text
■
For x86 systems, at the installation selection screen, select 3 Solaris Interactive Text
(Desktop session).
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For more information, see the Solaris 10 Installation Guides.
x86: Adding Driver Updates Might Cause Failure of
Network Configuration (6353146)
Installation of the Solaris 10 OS might fail while you are adding Driver Updates (DU), which are
also known as Install Time Updates (ITU). This error occurs if you are using the GUI to install
the Solaris 10 software. The following message is displayed:
Unable to run cmd: /usr/sbin/sysidput
Workaround: Use either of the following workarounds.
■
■
Workaround 1: Configure the installation to use DHCP to gather network configuration
information.
Workaround 2: Use a text-based installation method.
■
If you are performing the text-based installation in a desktop session, follow these steps.
1. After you have finished adding ITUs, type Ctrl-c instead of typing e.
2. Choose option 3.
■
If you specify a serial console to use during the installation, follow these steps.
1. After you have finished adding ITUs, type Ctrl-c instead of typing e.
2. Choose option 4.
x86: Cannot Delete the Solaris Live Upgrade Boot
Environment That Contains the GRand Unified
Bootloader Menu (6341350)
When you use Solaris Live Upgrade to create boot environments, one of the boot environments
in the system hosts the GRand Unified Bootloader (GRUB) menu. This boot environment
cannot be removed with the ludelete command.
If you attempt to remove the boot environment, the following error message is displayed:
ERROR: The boot environment name-of-boot-environment contains the GRUB menu.
ERROR: You are not allowed to delete this BE.
Unable to delete boot environment.
Workaround: Use either the lumake command or the luupgrade command to reuse this boot
environment. Make the boot environment that contains the GRUB menu the last boot
environment to be deleted.
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Note – Solaris Live Upgrade does not allow the last boot environment to be deleted. Nor can the
boot environment that contains the GRUB menu be deleted. Therefore, if the last boot
environment also contains the GRUB menu, then you can delete all other boot environments if
needed.
x86: Removal of Agilent Fibre Channel HBA Driver
Package Fails When Upgrading to Solaris 10 11/06
Release (6330840)
If you use Solaris Live Upgrade to upgrade from the Solaris 8 2/02 release to the Solaris 10 11/06
release, the removal of the Agilent Fibre Channel HBA Driver Package (HPFC) fails. The
following error message is recorded in the upgrade_log file.
Removing package HPFC:
Modifying /a/kernel/drv/sd.conf
cmdexec: ERROR: unable to open
/a/var/sadm/pkg/HPFC/save/sed/kernel/drv/sd.conf
pkgrm: ERROR: class action script did not complete successfully
Removal of partially failed.
pkgrm return code = 2
The upgrade succeeds, but two instances of the HPFC package
are included on the system.
Workaround: Follow these steps.
1. Become superuser.
2. Remove both instances of the HPFC package.
# pkgrm HPFC
# pkgrm HPFC.2
3. Insert the Solaris 10 11/06 OS DVD in the DVD-ROM drive.
4. Change directories to the directory that contains the HPFC package.
# cd /cdrom/Solaris_10/Product
5. Add the HPFC package to the system.
# pkgadd -d ‘pwd‘ HPFC
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Solaris Live Upgrade luupgrade Command Missing the
Progress Bar (6239850)
The upgrade progress bar does not appear when you use the Solaris Live Upgrade software in
the following manner:
■
You use the Solaris 10 11/06 CD media to upgrade the OS.
■
You upgrade a boot environment by using the luupgrade command with the following
options:
■
■
-i to install from the CD media
■
-O “-nodisplay -noconsole” to run the installer on the second CD in text mode and
without user interaction
You are upgrading to the Solaris 10 11/06 software from the following releases:
■
■
■
Solaris 8 release
Solaris 9 release
Solaris 10 release
For example, if you run the following command, the progress bar should be displayed after you
see the following output:
Running installer on BE s10u1.
However, the bar fails to appear.
# luupgrade -i -n s10u1 -s /net/installsrv/export/s10u1
-O "-nodisplay -noconsole"
Validating the contents of the media /net/installsvr/export/s10u1.
The media is a standard Solaris media.
The media contains a standard Solaris installer.
The media contains Solaris 3 version 10.
Mounting BE s10u1.
Running installer on BE s10u1.
No error message is displayed.
Workaround: Use the prstat command. This command enables you to watch the progress
while packages are being added during the installation.
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SPARC: Upgrading From Solaris 9 Releases With
Recommended Patch Cluster Partially Succeeds
(6202868)
For a system that is running a Solaris 9 release with the recommended patch cluster installed,
upgrading to Solaris 10 OS only partially succeeds. This problem affects systems that are
running the following releases with the Solaris 9 recommended patch cluster installed.
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Solaris 9 release
Solaris 9 9/02 release
Solaris 9 12/02 release
Solaris 9 4/03 release
Solaris 9 8/03 release
Solaris 9 12/03 release
Solaris 9 4/04 release
When you upgrade to the Solaris 10 release, the SUNWcti2x package is not successfully
removed from the system.
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds.
■
To avoid this problem, apply patch ID 117426-03, or a later version, to the system before
you upgrade to the Solaris 10 OS.
To download this patch, go to http://sunsolve.sun.com.
■
If you encounter this problem during the upgrade, follow these steps.
1. In a text editor, comment out the following line in the
/var/sadm/pkg/SUNWcti2x/install/preremove file.
rem_drv -b ${BASEDIR} sc_nct || EXIT=1
2. Remove the SUNWcti2x package.
# pkgrm SUNWcti2x
Obsolete Uninstallers Not Removed When You Use
Solaris Live Upgrade to Upgrade From Previous Solaris
Releases (6198380)
If you use Solaris Live Upgrade to upgrade from the Solaris 8 or Solaris 9 releases to Solaris 10
OS, obsolete uninstaller programs are not removed. These uninstaller programs from the
previous OS remain in the system's /var/sadm/prod directory.
The following obsolete uninstallers are not removed.
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uninstall_Alternate_Pathing_2_3_1.class
uninstall_CDRW_1_1.class o uninstall_CDRW_1_0.class
uninstall_Bonus_Localization_-_Catalan_CDE_Desktop.class
uninstall_Bonus_Localization_-_Polish_CDE_Desktop.class
uninstall_Bonus_Localizations_-_Russian_CDE_Desktop.class
uninstall_Capacity_on_Demand_1_0.class
uninstall_Java3D_1_3_1.class
uninstall_Java3D_1_3.class
uninstall_Java3D_1_2_1_04.class
uninstall_Java3D_1_2_1_03.class
uninstall_Lights_Out_Management_2_0.class
uninstall_Man_Page_Supplement.class
uninstall_OpenGL_1_3.class
uninstall_OpenGL_1_2_3.class
uninstall_Netra_ct_Platform_1_0.class
uninstall_Netra_t11xx_Alarms_2_0.class
uninstall_Netscape_6_2_3.class
uninstall_Netscape_6_2_1_Beta.class
uninstall_PC_launcher_1_0_2.class
uninstall_PC_launcher_1_0_1_PCfileviewer_1_0_1.class
uninstall_RSC_2_2_2.class
uninstall_RSC_2_2_1.class
uninstall_RSC_2_2.class
uninstall_ShowMeTV_1_3.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_French_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_German_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Hong_Kong_Traditional_Chinese_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Italian_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Japanese_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Korean_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Simplified_Chinese_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Spanish_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Swedish_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_9_Traditional_Chinese_Localization.class
uninstall_Solaris_On_Sun_Hardware_Documentation.class
uninstall_Sun_Hardware_AnswerBook.class
uninstall_SunATM_5_0.class
uninstall_SunATM_5_1.class
uninstall_SunFDDI_PCI_3_0.class
uninstall_SunFDDI_SBus_7_0.class
uninstall_Sun_Fire_880_FC-AL_Backplane_Firmware_1_0.class
uninstall_Sun_Fire_B10n_Load_Balancing_Blade_1_1.class
uninstall_SunForum_3_1.class
uninstall_SunForum_3_2.class
uninstall_SunHSI_PCI_3_0.class
uninstall_SunHSI_SBus_3_0.class
uninstall_SunScreen_3_2.class
uninstall_SunVTS_5_1_PS6.class
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uninstall_SunVTS_5_1_PS5.class
uninstall_SunVTS_5_1_PS4.class
uninstall_SunVTS_5_1_PS3.class
uninstall_SunVTS_5_1_PS2.class
uninstall_SunVTS_5_1_PS1.class
uninstall_SunVTS_5_0.class
uninstall_System_Management_Services_1_4.class
uninstall_System_Management_Services_1_3.class
uninstall_System_Management_Services_1_2.class
uninstall_System_Service_Processor_3_5.class
uninstall_WBEM_DR_1_0.class
uninstall_Web_Start_Wizards_SDK_3_0_2.class
uninstall_Web_Start_Wizards_SDK_3_0_1.class
uninstall_Web_Start_Wizards_SDK.class
uninstall_XML_Libraries_2_4_12.class
Workaround: After you upgrade the system, manually remove the obsolete uninstallers in the
/var/sadm/prod directory.
Configuration File pam.conf Not Automatically
Updated After an Upgrade (5060721)
This Solaris 10 release introduces changes in pam_ldap functionality. When you upgrade to the
current release, pam_ldap configurations in your existing pam.conf configuration file are not
updated to reflect these changes. If pam_ldap configuration is detected, the CLEANUP file that is
generated at the end of the upgrade contains the following notification:
/etc/pam.conf please examine/update the pam_ldap configuration
because its functionality has changed,
refer to pam_ldap(5) documentation for more information
Workaround: After the upgrade, examine /etc/pam.conf. If necessary, modify this file
manually to be compatible with the new functionalities of pam_ldap. The modifications involve
password prompting such as the use_first_pass and try_first_pass options as well as
password updates. For more information about updating pam.conf, refer to the pam_ldap(5)
man page and documentation.
Installer Text Display Problem When Using Solaris Live
Upgrade (4736488)
When using the Solaris Live Upgrade luupgrade(1M) command with the -i option to complete
an upgrade of an inactive boot environment, the text that the installers display might be
unreadable in some languages. The text is corrupted when the installers request fonts that do
not exist on the older release that is on the current boot environment.
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Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
■
Use a combined network installation image to do the installation.
■
Enable the C locale by setting the environment variable on your system.
■
If you are using the Bourne shell or Korn shell, follow these steps:
1. Set the C locale.
# LANG=C; export LANG
2. Begin the installation.
■
If you are using the C shell, follow these steps:
1. Type the following:
# csh
2. Set the C locale.
# setenv LANG C
3. Begin the installation.
SPARC: Removal of SUNWjxcft Package Records Error
During Upgrade (4525236)
When you upgrade from the Solaris 8 software to the Solaris 10 release, a problem is
encountered when the SUNWjxcft package is removed. The following error message is recorded
in the upgrade_log file:
Removing package SUNWjxcft:
Can’t open /a/usr/openwin/lib/locale/ja/X11/fonts/TTbitmaps/fonts.upr
Can’t open /a/usr/openwin/lib/locale/ja/X11/fonts/TTbitmaps/fonts.scale
Can’t open /a/usr/openwin/lib/locale/ja/X11/fonts/TTbitmaps/fonts.alias
Can’t open /a/usr/openwin/lib/locale/ja/X11/fonts/TT/fonts.upr
Can’t open /a/usr/openwin/lib/locale/ja/X11/fonts/TT/fonts.scale
Can’t open /a/usr/openwin/lib/locale/ja/X11/fonts/TT/fonts.alias
Removal of <SUNWjxcft> was successful
Workaround: Ignore the error message.
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Upgrading to Solaris 10 Release Might Disable
Existing Secure Shell Daemon (sshd) (4626093)
If you upgrade to the Solaris 10 release on a system that is running a third-party Secure Shell,
such as OpenSSH from the /etc/init.d/sshd daemon, the upgrade disables the existing
Secure Shell daemon. During an upgrade, Solaris 10 software overwrites the contents of
/etc/init.d/sshd.
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
■
If you do not want the Secure Shell protocol server program on your system, do not install
the SUNWsshdr and SUNWsshdu packages during the upgrade.
■
If you do not want the Secure Shell protocol server or client programs on your system, do
not install the Secure Shell Cluster (SUNWCssh) during the upgrade.
Upgrade Fails if /export Directory Is Near Capacity
(4409601)
If the /export directory is near full capacity when you upgrade to the Solaris 10 release, space
requirements for /export are miscalculated. The upgrade then fails. This problem commonly
occurs if a diskless client is installed. Another instance of when the problem occurs is when
third-party software is installed in the /export directory. The following message is displayed:
WARNING: Insufficient space for the upgrade.
Workaround: Before you upgrade, choose one of the following workarounds:
■
Rename the /export directory temporarily, until the upgrade is completed.
■
Temporarily comment out the /export line in the /etc/vfstab file until the upgrade is
completed.
■
If /export is a separate file system, then unmount /export before you perform the upgrade.
Upgrading Diskless Client Servers and Clients
(4363078)
If your system currently supports diskless clients that were installed with the Solstice
AdminSuiteTM 2.3 Diskless Client tool, you must perform the following two steps:
1. Delete all existing diskless clients that are the same Solaris version and architecture as the
server.
2. Install or upgrade to the Solaris 10 release.
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For specific instructions, see the System Administration Guide: Basic Administration.
If you attempt to install the Solaris 10 software over existing diskless clients, the following error
message might be displayed:
The Solaris Version (Solaris version-number) on slice
<xxxxxxxx> cannot
be upgraded.
There is an unknown problem with the software configuration installed
on this disk.
In this error message, version-number refers to the Solaris version that is currently running on
your system. <xxxxxxxx> refers to the slice that is running this version of the Solaris software.
Additional Installation Issues
This section describes issues that are related to the installation of the Solaris OS.
Patchadd Fails When Installing Patches From the
UpgradePatches Directory (6241052)
If you use the patchadd command to install patches that are in the DVD media
UpgradePatches directory, patchadd fails. These patches are used for the standard upgrade
process and should not be used with any patch installation program.
No error message is displayed.
smosservice add Command Does Not Install
Designated ARCH=all Packages (4871256)
The smosservice add command does not install any packages that are designated ARCH=all in
the root (/) or /usr file systems. There is no error message indicating these packages were
skipped. This problem exists in all Solaris OS versions, and applies to both SPARC® based and
x86 based clients.
Note that the list of missing packages varies, depending on the Solaris release that you are
running.
Workaround: Locate and install the missing ARCH=all packages.
For step-by-step instructions on locating and installing missing packages, see “How to Locate
and Install Missing ARCH=all Packages” in System Administration Guide: Basic
Administration.
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Additional Installation Issues
StarOffice Patch Application Requires Additional
Steps
The following patches are applied to the Solaris OS to resolve StarOfficeTM problems that were
reported in CR 6234855 and CR 6262830:
■
For SPARC based systems
■
■
■
Patch ID 119412-06
Patch ID 119906-03
For x86 based systems:
■
■
Patch ID 119413-06
Patch ID 119907-03
To completely resolve the reported problems, perform the following steps after applying the
patches. These steps enable you to use StarOffice 7 Product 5 software to open, for example,
those OpenDocument files that were created in StarOffice 8 software.
1. Become superuser.
2. Issue the following command:
# update-mime-database /usr/share/mime
3. Log out of the system and then log in again.
StarOffice and StarSuite Software Cannot Coexist in
the Same System
When you install Solaris 10 OS, either the StarOffice or the StarSuiteTM software is also
automatically installed, depending on which language you select. The languages and the
corresponding software that these languages support are listed as follows:
Selected Language
Supported Software
Chinese, Japanese, Korean
StarSuite
Other languages
StarOffice
StarOffice and StarSuite cannot coexist in the same system. If you want to replace a software
that you accidentally installed, follow these steps.
1. Insert the Solaris 10 Software - 3 CD or Solaris 10 Operating System DVD in the drive.
2. Become superuser.
3. Change to the Product directory, for example, /cdrom/cdrom0/Solaris_10/Product.
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4. Replace the software.
■
To replace StarOffice with StarSuite, use the following commands:
# pkgrm SUNWsogm SUNWsom
# pkgadd -d . SUNWsoagm SUNWsoam
■
To replace StarSuite with StarOffice, use the following commands:
# pkgrm SUNWsoagm SUNWsoam
# pkgadd -d . SUNWsogm SUNWsom
Cannot Install Documentation Packages With Names
Longer Than Nine Characters on Documentation
Servers Running Solaris 7 or Solaris 8 Software
Some localized documentation collections in PDF format have package names that are longer
than nine characters. To install these PDF collections on servers that are running Solaris 7 or 8
software, you must first install two patches.
Workaround: For instructions on how to install these patches, see the Solaris Documentation
Important Information file on Solaris 10 OS Documentation DVD. This file is located in the
following directory:
mount-point/README/locale/install_
locale.html
Additional Related Locales Might Be Installed
When you select a locale for your installation, additional related locales might also be installed.
This change in behavior occurs in the Solaris 10 release because all full locales, with message
translations, and the Asian and Japanese partial locales, locale enabler, have been repackaged
based on language support for locales. Other partial locales are still packaged and installed
based on geographic region, such as Central Europe.
Languages CD Installs All Languages By Default With
Solaris Live Upgrade (4898832)
If you use Solaris Live Upgrade with multiple CDs to install the Solaris 10 release, the Languages
CD installs all languages by default.
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After the installation, if you log in to the system in a locale that is different than the locale you
selected during installation, garbled characters might be displayed. After you log in to any of
these locales, the English locale is displayed.
Workaround: During installation, select the custom install option. Uncheck any languages that
you do not want to install during the Languages CD installation.
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C H A P T E R
2
Solaris Runtime Issues
This chapter describes runtime issues that are known to be problems.
Note – Some of the issues and bugs in this chapter have been fixed in subsequent Solaris 10
releases. If you have upgraded your Solaris software, certain issues and bugs in this chapter
might no longer apply. To see which bugs and issues no longer apply to your specific Solaris 10
software, refer to Appendix A.
Common Desktop Environment
The following bugs in Solaris 10 OS apply to the Common Desktop Environment (CDE).
Trusted Stripe Crashes When Users Change Roles
(6495454)
Trusted Stripe crashes when you change roles on any locale except the C locale.
Workaround: Perform any one of the following steps:
■
Use the C locale.
■
Remove the usr/share/locale/$locale/LC_MESSAGES/tsoljds-tstripe.mo file from the
login locale.
Nautilus ACL MASK is Not in Sync With Group
Permissions (6464485)
The Group permissions in the Permissions tab should be the same as the Mask permissions in
the Access Tab, but on some occasions they appear out of sync.
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Workaround: Click the Close button, and then click Reload. View the file properties again. The
Group permissions and the Mask permissions will now be in sync again. The permissions are
set to what you changed the Mask to in the previous step.
SMC CLI Commands Do Not Process the Solaris Trusted
Extensions Options (6447833)
This bug affects management of SolarisTM Trusted Extensions by using the SMC. When the SMC
command line with the -B toolbox option is used to pass in the Trusted Extensions options, the
command is not executed. This failed execution prevents the use of the SMC CLI to manage
Solaris Trusted Extensions. The following error message is displayed:
There was an unrecognized extended, nonstandard option specified with the -x option.
Please refer to man pages for additional information and correct syntax usage
Workaround: Use the SMC GUI for administration of users, roles, and profiles.
Mouse Pointer and the dtfile Icon Are Not Displayed
When You Drag the dtfile Icon (6462945)
When you drag the dtfile icon, the icon and the the mouse pointer might not be displayed. No
error message is displayed.
Workaround: Add the following lines to the /usr/dt/config/<locale>/sys.resources file ,
under #if EXT_SUN_TS OL:
!! DragNDrop protocol. Other styles cause policy violation.
*DragInitiatorProtocolStyle:
DRAG_DYNAMIC
*DragReceiverProtocolStyle:
DRAG_DYNAMIC
SMC Updates the tnrhdb File But Does Not Run tnctl
to Update the Trusted Host Cache (6471594)
When the SMC is used to manage network security templates, the /etc/s
ecurity/tsol/tnrhdb file is updated but the tndb cache is not updated. Network security
definitions do not take effect. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: After you modify a network entry in the SMC, manually refresh the tndb cache
with one of the following commands:
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# /usr/sbin/tnctl -H /etc/security/tsol/tnrhdb
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Modify an entry in the LDAP scope:
# /usr/sbin/tnctl -H <hostname>
Cannot Login Using GDM Unless Clearance is Set to
admin_high (6432114)
The login fails when you log in to the Solaris Trusted Extensions Java Desktop Systems (JDS) by
using GDM. This failure is caused by the PAM configuration. The pam.conf(4) file does not
contain the required entries for GDM.
On login, the following error message is displayed:
The system administrator has disabled access to
the system temporarily
Workaround: Add the following two lines to the /etc/pam.conf file:
gdm account requisite pam_roles.so.1
gdm account required pam_unix_account.so.1
For information about the file format, see the pam.conf(4) man page.
Trusted Stripe Disappears From The Screen After
Resolution Change (6460624)
When you type the /usr/X11/bin/xrander -s command to set a smaller screen resolution,
Trusted Stripe is no longer displayed. This affects the Trusted CDE Desktop but not the Trusted
Java DS Desktop. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: After the resolution changes, restart the Workspace Manager. Select windows ->
Restart Workspace Manager from the CDE workspace menu and click OK.
Secure Attention Key or Hot Key Does Not Work on x86
Systems (6486416)
The Secure Attention key or hot key, Alt+Break, on PC keyboards does not work on x86
systems. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: None.
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x86: Cannot Configure Full-Screen Magnification on
Systems With One Video Card
If your Solaris 10 system has a single physical video card, you cannot configure the system for
full-screen magnification. For such a configuration, you must use a separate configuration file
in which you define settings for a dummy driver. First, make sure that the Xserver is not
running. Then perform the following steps:
1. Log in to a command-line session.
■
If you are using the GNOME Display Manager, follow these steps:
a. Log in to a session as superuser.
b. At the prompt, type svcadm disable application/gdm2-login .
c. Log in again as superuser.
■
If you are using dtlogin, follow these steps:
a. In the dtlogin window, click Options and select Command Line Login.
b. Log in as superuser.
2. Create a new xorg.conf file.
# /usr/X11/bin/Xorg -configure
The command creates the file xorg.conf.new in the root (/) directory.
3. Copy the new configuration file to the /etc/x11 directory and rename the file xorg.conf.
# cp /xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf
4. Modify the configurations in the file by using the following sample configurations:
■
Add a new monitor section.
Section "Monitor"
Identifier "monitor_dummy"
ModelName
"dummy"
HorizSync
10-200
VertRefresh 20-90
EndSection
■
Add a new device section.
Section "Device"
BoardName
"dummy"
Driver
"dummy"
Identifier "device_dummy"
VendorName "dummy"
videoram
10000
EndSection
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Note – You might need to adjust the videoram value, depending on the screen width,
height, and color depth of your particular graphics card. The value in Kbytes must be
large enough for the intended screen. For example, you can compute the value by using
the formula width * height * bpp/8.
■
Add a new screen section.
Section "Screen"
DefaultDepth 24
SubSection "Display"
Depth
24
Modes
"1280x1024"
EndSubSection
Device
"device_dummy"
Identifier "screen_dummy"
Monitor
"monitor_dummy"
EndSection
Note – You might need to adjust the resolution value for your particular system setup.
5. Look for the following line under the ServerLayout section:
Screen
0 "Screen0" 0 0
6. Insert the following line below the line in the previous step:
Screen
1 "screen_dummy" RightOf "Screen0"
This new line defines Screen1, a second dummy screen that is notionally to the right of
Screen0, the physical and primary screen.
7. Save the changes.
8. Reboot the system from the appropriate command-line session:
■
If you are using GDM, perform the following:
a. Type svcadm enable application/gdm2-login.
b. Reboot the system.
■
If you are using dtlogin, reboot the system and log in.
9. Start the Gnopernicus screen reader.
10. Change the Startup Mode to Magnifier.
11. Click Preferences, then select Magnifier.
12. Click Add/Modify.
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13. Assign the following values for Magnifier preferences:
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For Source: 0.1
■
For Zoomer Placement:
■
■
Left and Top: 0
Bottom and Right: maximum
14. Click Apply.
Because of the overlaying full-screen magnification zoomer, the Gnopernicus windows
become invisible. However, full-screen magnification is now available.
x86: Problems Configuring USB Mouse Device as
Extension Device for Use With GNOME On-Screen
Keyboard
You cannot set up a USB mouse device as an extension device with the GNOME On-Screen
Keyboard (GOK). The configuration fails when you are setting up the USB mouse device while
using a PS2 mouse device as the core pointer. To properly set up the USB mouse, follow these
steps.
1. Log in as superuser.
2. While the USB mouse device is unplugged, type the following in a terminal window:
# ls -l /dev/usb/hid*
3. Connect the USB mouse and type the previous command again.
4. Record the path of the USB mouse that is displayed on the screen.
5. Log in to a command-line session.
■
If you are using the GNOME Display Manager, follow these steps:
a. Log in to a session as superuser.
b. At the prompt, type svcadm disable application/gdm2-login.
c. Log in again as superuser.
■
If you are using dtlogin, follow these steps:
a. In the dtlogin window, click Options and select Command Line Login.
b. Log in as superuser.
6. Create a new xorg.conf file.
# /usr/X11/bin/Xorg -configure
The command creates the file xorg.conf.new in the root (/) directory.
7. Copy the new configuration file to the /etc/x11 directory and rename the file xorg.conf.
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# cp /xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf
8. Modify the configurations in the file:
■
In the ServerLayout section, add an input device for Mouse1 after the line InputDevice
"Mouse0" "CorePointer". See the following example:
InputDevice
InputDevice
■
"Mouse0" "CorePointer"
"Mouse1"
In the InputDevice section that contains the line Identifier "Mouse0", apply the
following changes:
■
Change Option "Device" "/dev/mouse" to Option "Device" "/dev/kdmouse".
■
Change Option "Protocol" "auto" to Option "Protocol" "VUID".
■
Add the following new Option:
Option
"StreamsModule" "vuid3ps2"
After you have applied the changes, the section should appear similar to the following
example:
Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Mouse0"
Driver
"mouse"
Option
"Protocol" "VUID"
Option
"Device" "/dev/kdmouse"
Option
"StreamsModule" "vuid3ps2"
EndSection
■
Create a new InputDevice section after the preceding InputDevice section:
Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Mouse1"
Driver
"mouse"
Option
"Device" "/dev/usb/hid1"
EndSection
Note – /dev/usb/hid1 is an example path for the USB mouse. Use the path in Step 4 to
replace /dev/usb/hid1.
9. Save the file and exit.
10. Reboot the system from the appropriate command-line session:
■
If you are using GDM, perform the following:
a. Type svcadm enable application/gdm2-login.
b. Reboot the system.
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If you are using dtlogin, reboot the system.
11. Log in to the accessible UI user's account.
12. Enable Assistive Technology Support by clicking Launch Menu => Preferences =>
Accessibility => Assistive Technology Support.
13. Log out of the system then log in to the accessible UI user's account again.
14. Open a terminal window and type the following command:
% /usr/sfw/bin/gok --select-action=switch1
15. In the GOK window, click GOK and select Preferences.
16. If necessary, set up GOK to the accessible UI user's needs. Otherwise, to accept the current
setup, click Apply then click OK in the GOK Preferences window.
17. Exit GOK and then restart it by clicking Launch Menu => Applications => Accessibility =>
On-Screen Keyboard. The following warning message might be displayed:
The device you are using to control GOK is
also controlling the system pointer.
18. Click OK.
19. Exit GOK and then repeat steps 14-17.
The warning message is no longer displayed.
x86: Support for Intel Integrated i810 and i815
Graphics Chipsets
Intel Integrated i810 and i815 Graphics Chipsets are not supported by the Xorg X Window
System server. Support is available with the Xsun server. To configure the Xsun server to use
these chipsets, follow these steps:
1. Become superuser.
2. Run the program to configure keyboard, display, and mouse.
# kdmconfig
3. On the Introduction and X Server Selection screen, select the Xsun server.
On the View and Edit Window System Configuration screen, Intel i810/i815 (4MB) should
be automatically selected and displayed as the Video Device.
4. If the Intel i810 and i815 Chipsets are not automatically selected, select the Change Video
Device/Monitor option.
5. On the Video Device Selection screen, select the Intel i810/i815 (4MB) option.
6. Continue to select other kdmconfig options.
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x86: GNOME Applications Fail With dtremote
(6278039)
GNOME applications do not start if you log in remotely and enable accessibility in
gnome-at-properties. If you attempt to start a GNOME application, the following error message
is displayed:
** ERROR **: Accessibility app error:
exception during registry activation from id:
IDL:Bonobo/GeneralError:1.0
aborting...
Workaround: None. Do not enable accessibility when you log in by using dtremote.
To revert to the default desktop settings in which accessibility is disabled, close the GNOME
session. Issue the following command:
% gnome-cleanup
Full-Screen Magnification and Keyboard Accessibility
Features Not Working (6273030)
On your Java Desktop System software, you cannot set up the following:
■
■
Full-screen magnification
Keyboard accessibility features
Workaround: Perform the following steps:
1. Open the /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf file.
2. Depending on your system's platform, perform the following:
■
On SPARC based systems:
a. Look for the line in the file that begins as follows:
command=/usr/openwin/bin/Xsun
b. Append the following modification to the line:
+kb +accessx -dev framebuffer1 -dev
framebuffer2
For example:
+kb +accessx -dev /dev/fbs/pfb1 -dev /dev/fbs/pfb0
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On x86 based systems:
a. Look for the line in the file that begins as follows:
command=/usr/X11R6/bin/Xorg
b. Append the following modification to the line:
+kb +accessx
x86: kdmconfig Command Does Not Create System
Identification Configuration File for Xorg X Server
(6217442)
If you use the JumpStart installation method, the process might use a system identification
configuration (sysidcfg) file. This file is used to generate a specific Xsun configuration file for a
system. The Xsun configuration portion of a sysidcfg file is created by the command
kdmconfig -d filename. However, on systems that use the default Xorg server, the command
does not create a file with any Xorg configuration information. Consequently, you cannot use
the JumpStart method on these systems without some additional preparatory steps.
Workaround: Before using the JumpStart installation method on a system that uses the Xorg
server, perform the following steps.
1. Prepare a specific xorg.conf file to be used on the system. Store this file in the JumpStart
directory of the JumpStart server.
For instructions to create an xorg.conf file and to access Xorg information, see “x86:
Program That Configures Keyboard, Display, and Mouse Not Working for X Server
(6178669)” on page 78.
2. Create a finish script that copies the xorg.conf file to the /etc/X11 directory in the system
that you want to install. For example, the script might include the following line:
cp ${SI_CONFIG_DIR}/xorg.conf /etc/X11/Xorg.conf
3. In the custom JumpStart rules file, include the finish script in the rules entry for systems of
the type that you want to install.
4. Perform the custom JumpStart installation.
For instructions about how to perform a custom JumpStart installation, see the Solaris 10 11/06
Installation Guide: Custom JumpStart and Advanced Installations. Chapter 4 includes
information about the JumpStart rules file, while Chapter 5 contains a section about finish
scripts.
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x86: kdmconfig Instructions to Configure Xorg X
Server Are Incomplete (6205881)
Instructions that are provided in the kdmconfig program to configure the Xorg server are
incomplete. The program lists basic instructions to generate an xorg.conf file. However, some
relevant information is unavailable. For example, options in the xorg.conf file can be
overridden in several places:
■
Command-line options
■
Information that is detected by the Xorg server when the server starts
■
The startup scripts for the Xorg server, which might include passing overriding arguments
Thus, for more information about Xorg configuration, refer to the following sources:
■
Xorg(1x) man page in the /usr/X11/man directory
■
Man pages for the desktop systems that use the X server, such as the following:
■
■
dtlogin(1X) in the /usr/dt/man directory
gdm(1) in the /usr/share/man directory
If these directories are not in your man path, use one of these options:
■
■
Add the directory to the MANPATH environment variable setting.
Use the -M directory option of the man command.
Some scripts that start the Xorg server use smf(5) repository properties. In particular, the FMRI
svc:/applications/x11/x11-server is used for storing X server properties. The following
properties are relevant to the Xorg server:
■
■
■
options/xserver
options/default_depth
options/server_args
You can set and retrieve these properties by becoming superuser and using the svccfg
command, as shown in the following example:
# svccfg
svc:> select application/x11/x11-server
svc:/application/x11/x11-server> listprop options/default_depth
options/default_depth integer 24
svc:/application/x11/x11-server> setprop options/default_depth = 8
svc:/application/x11/x11-server> listprop options/default_depth
options/default_depth integer 8
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svc:/application/x11/x11-server> end
#
x86: Program That Configures Keyboard, Display, and
Mouse Not Working for X Server (6178669)
In this current Solaris 10 release, the default X server has changed from Xsun to Xorg. The
program that configures keyboard, display, and mouse ( kdmconfig ) applies only to the Xsun
server. The program has no effect on Xorg server configuration. Consequently, you cannot use
kdmconfig to configure the Xorg server. While kdmconfig allows you to select which server to
use, kdmconfig only configures the Xsun server.
Workaround: To configure the Xorg server, perform the following steps:
1. Create an xorg.conf file with one of these commands:
■
■
■
/usr/X11/bin/Xorg -configure
/usr/X11/bin/xorgconfig
/usr/X11/bin/xorgcfg
2. Edit the resultant xorg.conf file with the necessary changes.
3. Move the xorg.conf file to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.
For more details about Xorg configuration, refer to the Xorg man pages in /usr/X11/man. This
directory is not in the default man page path. To view these man pages, use one of the following
options:
■
■
Add the path to the settings of the environment variable MANPATH .
Use the syntax man -M /usr/X11/man.
Note – Xorg command line options can override xorg.conf settings. See the man pages for more
details about options to use with Xorg.
CDE Removable Media Auto Run Capability Removed
(4634260)
The Removable Media auto run capability in the CDE desktop environment has been
temporarily removed from the Solaris 10 software.
Workaround: To use the auto run function for a CD-ROM or another removable media
volume, you must do one of the following:
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Run the volstart program from the top level of the removable media file system.
■
Follow the instructions that are included with the CD for access from outside of CDE.
Solaris PDASync Cannot Delete Last Entry From the
Desktop (4260435)
After you delete the last item from the desktop, the item is restored from the handheld device to
the desktop when you synchronize your handheld device. Examples of items that you might
delete, and then have restored, are the last appointment in your Calendar or the last address in
the Address Manager.
Workaround: Manually delete the last entry from the handheld device prior to
synchronization.
Documentation DVD
The following Documentation DVD bugs apply to the Solaris 10 release.
SUNWsdocs Package Needed to Remove Other
Documentation Packages
If you remove the SUNWsdocs package, then try to remove other documentation packages, the
removal fails. This problem occurs because the SUNWsdocs package is installed with any
collection and provides the browser entry point.
Workaround: If you removed the SUNWsdocs package, reinstall the SUNWsdocs package from
the documentation media and then remove the other documentation packages.
European Locale PDF Documents Available Only
Through C Locale (4674475)
On systems that are running the current Solaris 10 release, PDF documents on the Solaris 10
Documentation DVD are not accessible in the following European locales:
■
■
■
■
■
de (German)
es (Spanish)
fr (French)
it (Italian)
sv (Swedish)
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Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds.
■
On x86 based platforms, set the environment variable LC_ALL to C acroread. For example,
in the C shell, type the following command in a terminal window:
% env LC_ALL=C acroread
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On SPARC based systems, upgrade to Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or a later version.
File Systems
The following file system bugs apply to the Solaris 10 release.
Overlapping Devices Might be Added to a ZFS Storage
Pool (6414648)
Using the zpool add command might inadvertently add identical devices and might lead to
data corruption. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: If a ZFS storage pool with identical devices is created, remove the pool and
recreate the storage pool.
zoneadm install Fails With a ZFS Legacy Mount
(6449301)
If a non-global zone is initially configured with a ZFS file system to be mounted with the `add
fs subcommand and specifies mountpoint=legacy, the subsequent zone installation fails. The
following error message is displayed.
ERROR: No such file or directory:
cannot mount </zones/path/root/usr/local> in non-global zone to install:
the source block device or directory </path/local> cannot be accessed
Workaround: Add access to a ZFS file system after installing the non-global zone.
zpool Scrubbing Leads to Memory Exhaustion and a
System Hang (6456888)
A zpool scrub or resilver operation of large amounts of data might lead to a system hang or
panic. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: If the system hangs or panics, perform the following steps:
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1. Reboot the system.
2. Continue the resilver or scrub operation.
3. Do not stress the system with additional load until the resilver or scrub operation
completes.
ZFS and UNIX/POSIX Compliance Issues
ZFS is designed to be a POSIX compliant file system and in most situations, ZFS is POSIX
compliant. However, two edge case conditions exist when ZFS does not meet the POSIX
compliance tests:
1. Updating ZFS files system capacity statistics.
2. Modifying existing data with a 100 percent full file system.
Related CRs:
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■
6362314
6362156
6361650
6343113
6343039
Adding ZFS Patch to a Solaris 10 11/06 System Causes
Spurious Warning Messages (6429860)
Adding ZFS patches to a Solaris 10 11/06 system causes spurious warning messages from the
patchadd command because the ZFS packages are being added to the system for the first time.
The following error message is displayed:
The following requested patches have packages not installed on the system:
Package SUNWzfskr from directory SUNWzfskr in patch 122641-03
is not installed on the system.
Changes for package SUNWzfskr will not be applied to the system.
Workaround:
Ignore the spurious messages from the patchadd command.
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fdisk -E Can Sweep Disk Used by ZFS Without
Warning (6412771)
If you use the fdisk -E command to modify a disk that is used by a ZFS storage pool, the pool
becomes unusable and might cause an I/O failure or system panic.
Workaround:
Do not use the fdisk command to modify a disk that is used by a ZFS storage pool. If you need
to access a disk that is used by a ZFS storage pool, use the format utility. In general, disks that
are in use by file systems should not be modified.
ZFS and Third-Party Backup Product Issues
The following are the issues with the Veritas NetBackup and Brightstor ARCserve Backup
products.
Veritas NetBackup Does Not Back Up and Preserve Files With
ZFS/NFSv4 ACLs (6352899)
The Veritas NetBackup product can be used to back up ZFS files, and this configuration is
supported. However, this product does not currently support backing up or restoring
NFSv4-style ACL information from ZFS files. Traditional permission bits and other file
attributes are correctly backed up and restored.
If a user tries to back up or restore ZFS files, the NFSv4-style ACL information from ZFS files is
silently dropped. There is no error message indicating that the ACL information from ZFS files
has been dropped.
Support for ZFS/NFSv4 ACLs is under development and is expected to be available in the next
Veritas NetBackup release.
Workaround 1:
As of the Solaris 10 11/06 release, both the tar and cpio commands correctly handle ZFS files
with NFSv4-style ACLs.
Use the tar command with the -p option or the cpiocommand with the -P option to write the
ZFS files to a file. Then, use the Veritas NetBackup to back up the tar or cpio archive.
Workaround 2:
As an alternative to using Veritas NetBackup, use the ZFS send and receive commands to back
up ZFS files. These commands correctly handle all attributes of ZFS files.
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BrightStor ARCserve Backup Client Agent for UNIX (Solaris) and ZFS
Support
The BrightStor ARCserve Backup (BAB) Client Agent for UNIX (Solaris) can be used to backup
and restore ZFS files.
However, ZFS NFSv4-style ACLs are not preserved during backup. Traditional UNIX file
permissions and attributes are preserved.
Workaround: If you want to preserve ZFS files with NFSv4-style ACLs, use the tar command
with the -p option or the cpio command with the -P option to write the ZFS files to a file. Then,
use BAB to backup the tar or cpio archive.
ZFS GUI Should Check For /usr/lib/embedded_su at
the Beginning of Each Wizard (6326334)
If you add the SUNWzfsg package from a Solaris 10 11/06 release to a system that runs a
pre-Solaris 10 6/06 release, which does not have the embedded_su patch, the ZFS
Administration application wizards are not fully functional.
If you attempt to run the ZFS Administration application on a system without the embedded_su
patch, you will only be able to browse your ZFS configuration. The following error message is
displayed:
/usr/lib/embedded_su: not found
Workaround:
Add the embedded_su patch (119574-02) to the system that runs a pre-Solaris 10 6/06 release.
Fails to Sync File System on Panic (6250422)
If a host panics with file system I/O occurring to a target, which is connected by using the Solaris
iSCSI software initiator, the I/O might not be able to flush or sync to the target device. This
inability to flush or sync might cause file system corruption. No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
Use the journaling file system like UFS. Starting with Solaris 10, UFS logging is enabled by
default. For more information about UFS, see “What’s New in File Systems in the Solaris 10
Release?” in System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems.
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Need Itinerary so That Interrupted scrub or
resilverDoesn't Have to Restart (2136811)
If a ZFS snapshot is created while a data scrub or resilver operation is in progress, the scrub
or resilver operation will restart from the beginning. If snapshots are taken frequently, the
scrub or resilver operation might never complete.
Workaround:
Do not take snapshots while a scrub or resilver operation is in progress.
Upgrading From Some Solaris Express or Solaris 10
Releases Requires Remounting of File Systems
After you upgrade an NFSv4 server from 6/05 to Solaris Express 7/05 or later (including all
Solaris 10 updates), your programs might encounter EACCES errors. Furthermore, directories
might erroneously appear to be empty.
To prevent these errors, unmount and then remount the client file systems. In case unmounting
fails, you might need to forcibly unmount the file system by using umount -f. Alternatively, you
can also reboot the client.
NFSv4 Access Control List Functions Might Work
Incorrectly
NFSv4 Access Control List (ACL) functions might work improperly if clients and servers in the
network are installed with different previous Solaris 10 releases. The affected ACL functions and
command-line utilities that use these functions are the following:
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■
■
■
acl()
facl()
getfacl
setfacl
For more information about these functions and utilities, see their respective man pages.
For example, errors might be observed in a network that includes the following configuration:
■
■
A client that is running Solaris 10 Beta software
A server that is running Solaris 10 software
The following table illustrates the results of the ACL functions in client-server configurations
with different Solaris 10 releases.
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Operation
Client S10 OS
Server S10 OS
Result
get ACL
S10 Beta
S10 OS
fabricated ACL *
get ACL
S10 OS
S10 Beta
works ok
set ACL
S10 Beta
S10 OS
works ok
set ACL
S10 OS
S10 Beta
Error: EOPNOTSUP
Workaround: For the NFSv4 ACL functionality to work properly, perform a full installation of
the Solaris 10 OS on both the server and the client.
Access Problems Between Solaris NFSv4 Clients and
NFSv4 Servers
In the current Solaris 10 version, Solaris implementation of NFSv4 Access Control Lists (ACL)
is now compliant with RFC 3530 specifications. However, errors occur for NFSv4 clients that
use the Solaris 10 Beta 2 or Beta 1 versions. These clients cannot create files in the NFSv4 servers
that are using the current Solaris 10 release. The following error message is displayed:
NFS getacl failed for server_name: error 9 (RPC: Program/version mismatch)
Workaround: None.
Using mkfs Command to Create File System Might Fail
on Very Large Disks (6352813)
The mkfs command might be unable to create a file system on disks with a certain disk
geometry and whose sizes are greater than 8 Gbytes. The derived cylinder group size is too large
for the 1-Kbyte fragment. The large size of the cylinder group means that the excess metadata
cannot be accommodated in a block.
The following error message is displayed:
With 15625 sectors per cylinder, minimum cylinders
per group is 16. This requires the fragment size to be
changed from 1024 to 4096.
Please re-run mkfs with corrected parameters.
Workaround: Use the newfs command instead. Or, assign a larger fragment size, such as 4096,
when you use the mkfs command.
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File System Creation Might Fail on Small Slices
(6346510)
Creating a UFS file system with the newfs command might fail under the following conditions:
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■
The size of the slice is small, approximately less than 4 Mbytes.
The size of the disk exceeds 8 Gbytes.
The error is caused by the large-size requirement of the file system for metadata. The following
warning message is displayed:
Warning: inode blocks/cyl group (295) >= data blocks (294) in last
cylinder group. This implies 4712 sector(s) cannot be allocated.
/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6:
0 sectors in 0 cylinders of 48 tracks, 128 sectors
0.0MB in 0 cyl groups (13 c/g, 39.00MB/g, 18624 i/g)
super-block backups (for fsck -F ufs -o b=#) at:
#
Workaround: As superuser, perform one of the following workarounds:
■
Workaround 1: Specify the number of tracks when you use the newfs command. Follow
these steps.
1. Use the format command to find out the number of tracks to assign. For example:
# format
Searching for disks...done
AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS:
0. c0t0d0 <SUN18G cyl 7506 alt 2 hd 19 sec 248>
/pci@1f,4000/scsi@3/sd@0,0
Specify disk (enter its number):
In the example, the number of tracks is 19.
2. Assign the number to the file system that you create with the newfs command. For
example:
# newfs -v -t 19 /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s6
newfs: construct a new file system /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6: (y/n)? y
mkfs -F ufs /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6 4712 -1 19 8192 1024 16 10 167 2048
t 0 -1 8 128 n
mkfs: bad value for nsect: -1 must be between 1 and 32768
mkfs: nsect reset to default 32
Warning: 152 sector(s) in last cylinder unallocated
/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6:
4712 sectors in 8 cylinders of 19 tracks,
32 sectors
2.3MB in 1 cyl groups (16 c/g, 4.75MB/g, 2304 i/g)
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super-block backups (for fsck -F ufs -o b=#) at:
32,
#
■
Workaround 2: Specify the number of bytes per inode (nbpi) in the newfs command to
reduce the inode density in the file system. For example:
# newfs -i 4096 /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s6
newfs: construct a new file system /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6: (y/n)? y
Warning: 1432 sector(s) in last cylinder unallocated
/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6:
4712 sectors in 1 cylinders of 48 tracks,
128 sectors
2.3MB in 1 cyl groups (16 c/g, 48.00MB/g, 11648 i/g)
super-block backups (for fsck -F ufs -o b=#) at:
32,
#
System Crash Dump Fails on Devices Greater Than 1
TByte (6214480)
The system cannot generate a dump on a partition that is equal to or greater than 1 Tbyte in
size. If such a device is on a system, the following might occur after the system boots subsequent
to a system panic:
■
The system does not save the dump.
■
The following message is displayed:
0% done: 0 pages dumped, compression ratio 0.00, dump failed: error 6
Workaround: Configure the size of your system's dump device to less than 1 Tbyte.
Using smosservice Command to Add OS Services
Results in Insufficient Disk Space Message (5073840)
If you use the smosservice command to add OS services to a UFS file system, a message that
there is insufficient disk space available is displayed. This error is specific to UFS file systems on
EFI-labeled disks.
Workaround: Complete the following workaround.
1. Apply the SMI VTOC disk label.
2. Re-create the file system.
3. Rerun the smosservice command.
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Hardware–Related Issue and Bugs
The following hardware–related issue and bugs apply to the Solaris 10 release.
Japanese 106 keyboard Cannot Be Set Through
kdmconfig (6463842)
If the Japanese 106 keyboard is attached to the system and the keyboard type
Japanese-106/type7 is selected on kdmconfig, the U.S. layout will be applied to the system
after reboot. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: Set the kbd-type by running the eeprom command:
# eeprom kbd-type=’Japanese(106)’
Reboot the system.
SPARC: DR: cfgadm -c configure Command Fails on
Slot of Starcat and Silverstone (6452077)
This bug affects all existing PCI platforms with hot-pluggable slots when the customer tries to
hot-plug and configure a card making a 64-bit MEM request, for example, the Crystal 2R Fibre
Channel card.
No error message is displayed. However, the configuration fails and the card is not usable.
Workaround: None. Reboot the system with the card inserted in the slot, and the card is
configured and ready for operation.
mpathadm Does Not Display Load-Balance Setting
Specific to Device
The mpathadm show logical-unit subcommand lists the load balancing global configuration
value for the Current Load Balance property. However, entries in the csi_vhci.conf that
change the load-balance type for a specific product are not reflected in the mpathadm output
even when the setting is active.
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Registration Tool Prevents Power Management on
Some Framebuffers (6321362)
If the background processes for the registration tool are left running, the Elite3D and
Creator3D framebuffers stop power management. This failure reduces the power savings when
the system is in a power-managed state. Under certain conditions, sys-suspend might also hang.
No error message is displayed. The system might hang during a system suspend or resume
operation.
Workaround:
Run the following command approximately 60 seconds after each login:
# pkill -f basicreg.jar
# pkill -f swupna.jar
SPARC: Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 Board Versions
1.0 and 1.1 Not Supported in Solaris 10 OS
A new cryptographic framework is provided in Solaris 10 OS. However, versions 1.0 and 1.1 of
the Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 board's software and firmware do not utilize this framework.
Consequently, these versions are not supported in the Solaris 10 OS.
The 2.0 release uses the new framework. This release is available as a free upgrade to current Sun
Crypto Accelerator 4000 users who plan to use Solaris 10 OS. Because the Sun Crypto
Accelerator 4000 is an export-controlled product, you must contact Sun Enterprise Services or
your local sales channel to obtain the free upgrade. Additional information is available on the
Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 web page at Sun's products site.
Certain USB 2.0 Controllers Are Disabled
Support for certain USB 2.0 controllers has been disabled because of incompatibilities between
these devices and the EHCI driver. The following message is displayed:
Due to recently discovered incompatibilities with this
USB controller, USB2.x transfer support has been disabled.
This device will continue to function as a USB1.x controller.
If you are interested in enabling USB2.x support please refer
to the ehci(7D) man page.
Please refer to www.sun.com/io for Solaris Ready products
and to www.sun.com/bigadmin/hcl for additional compatible
USB products.
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For the latest information about USB devices, see
http://www.sun.com/io_technologies/USB-Faq.html.
Supported USB Devices and Corresponding Hub
Configurations
This Solaris release supports both USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 devices. The following table is a
summary of USB devices that work in specific configurations. Connection types can either be
direct to the computer or through a USB hub. Note that USB 1.1 devices and hubs are low speed
or full speed. USB 2.0 devices and hubs are high speed. For details about ports and speeds of
operation, see the System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems.
TABLE 2–1 USB Devices and Configurations
USB Devices
Connection Types
USB 2.0 storage devices
Direct, USB 1.1 hub, USB 2.0 hub
USB 1.1 devices except audio
Direct, USB 1.1 hub, USB 2.0 hub
USB 1.1 audio devices
Direct, USB 1.1 hub
USB 2.0 audio devices
Not supported
x86: Limitations Exist With Certain Device Drivers in
Solaris 10 OS
The following list describes limitations with certain drivers and interfaces in this release of
Solaris 10 for x86 platforms:
Checkpoint Resume
This functionality is turned off for all device types. In the DDI_SUSPEND
code in your detach() function, you should return DDI_FAILURE.
Power Management
This functionality is unavailable to USB devices. Do not create power
management components. Write your driver so that
pm_raise_power() and pm_lower_power() are called only when
power management components are created.
DVD-ROM/CD-ROM Drives on Headless Systems
Power management of interactive devices such as removable media is linked with power
management of your monitor and the graphics card that drives your monitor. If your screen is
active, devices such as the CD-ROM drive and diskette remain at full-power mode. These
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devices might switch to low-power mode on a system without a monitor. To restore power to
the CD or diskette, type volcheck to obtain the latest status from each removable device.
Alternatively, you can disable power management on your system by using the Dtpower GUI.
By disabling power management, these devices are constantly at full power.
x86: Manual Configuration Required to Specify
Non-US English Keyboards
By default, the kdmconfig program specifies Generic US-English(104-Key) as the keyboard type
that is connected to the system. If the system's keyboard is not a US-English keyboard, you must
manually specify the keyboard type during installation. Otherwise, installation continues by
using the default keyboard specification that is inconsistent with the system's actual keyboard
type.
Workaround 1: If the system's keyboard is not a US-English keyboard, perform the following
steps during installation:
1. When the Proposed Window System Configuration For Installation is displayed, press Esc.
Note – The information on the Proposed Window System Configuration For Installation,
which includes the keyboard type, is displayed only for 30 seconds. If you want to change
configuration settings, you must press Esc before the 30 seconds lapse. Otherwise, the
installation continues by using the displayed settings.
2. Change the keyboard type to the type that corresponds to your system's keyboard.
3. Press Enter to accept the changes and continue with the installation.
Workaround 2: If you want to change the keyboard type in a system that is already running
Solaris 10 OS, use the kdmconfig program. Choose the option that applies to the type of X
server your system is running.
■
If your system is running the Xsun server, follow these steps:
1. Run kdmconfig.
2. Use the Change Keyboard option to change the keyboard type.
3. Save the configuration.
■
If your system is running the default Xorg server, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Run kdmconfig.
Select the Xsun server.
Use the Change Keyboard option to change the keyboard type.
Save the configuration.
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5. Run kdmconfig again to switch to the Xorg server.
SPARC: Power Management in Sun Expert3D and Sun
Elite3D Hardware Not Working Under Certain
Circumstances (6321362)
Sun Expert3D or Sun Elite3D cards in Sun BladeTM 1000 or Sun Blade 2000 workstations
normally switch to low-power mode after an idle period. However, if these cards are set as the
primary head in the Xserver, power management does not work. The affected cards remain at
full power and no power savings are realized. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: None.
SPARC: jfca Driver for Certain Host Bus Adapters That
Are Connected to Tape Devices Might Cause Errors
(6210240)
The jfca driver for the following host bus adapters (HBAs) might cause system panics or I/O
failures when these HBAs are connected to tape devices:
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■
SG-PCI1FC-JF2
SG-PCI2FC-JF2
The jfca driver for these HBAs is prone to race conditions when certain operations are being
run, and thus causes the errors. The operations are the following:
■
■
■
■
Link reset
Loop reset
Switch reset
Repeated link failures
Error messages similar to the following examples might be displayed:
■
I/O failure messages
jfca: [ID 277337 kern.info] jfca4: Sequencer-detected error. Recover
immediately.
last message repeated 18376 times
jfca: [ID 716917 kern.notice] jfca4: ExgWarning: SendVerify(1): SHOULD
ABORT THE ORIG I/O PKG=30007520bd8!
scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING:
/pci@1e,600000/SUNW,jfca@3,1/fp@0,0/st@w2100001086108
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628,1 (st3):
SCSI transport failed: reason ’timeout’: giving up
■
System panic message
panic[cpu1]/thread=2a100497cc0:
BAD TRAP: type=31 rp=2a1004978d0 addr=a8 mmu_fsr=0 occurred in module
"jfca" due to a NULL pointer dereference
Workaround: Do not connect tape devices to either the SG-PCI1FC-JF2 or SG-PCI2FC-JF2
HBA.
Contention Exists Between Certain Devices That Share
the Same Bus (6196994)
A bus contention occurs if Quad Fast-Ethernet (QFE) cards share the same bus with any of the
following adapters:
■
■
■
Sun GigaSwift adapter
Sun Dual Gigabit Ethernet and Dual SCSI/P adapter
Sun Quad Gigaswift Ethernet adapter
The infinite-burst parameter of the ce driver that is used by these adapters is enabled by default.
Consequently, little or no bus time is available for the QFE ports that share the same bus.
Workaround: Do not place QFE cards on the same bus as the network adapters in the list.
hat_getkpfnum() DDI Function Is Obsolete (5046984)
The hat_getkpfnum() DDI function is obsolete. Developers should update their device drivers
to not use the hat_getkpfnum() DDI interface. If drivers are using hat_getkpfnum,()
warnings similar to the following example are displayed:
WARNING: Module mydrv is using the obsolete hat_getkpfnum(9F)
interface in a way that will not be supported in
a future release of Solaris. Please contact the
vendor that supplied the module for assistance,
or consult the Writing Device Drivers guide,
available from http://www.sun.com for migration
advice.
--Callstack of bad caller:
hat_getkpfnum_badcall+93
hat_getkpfnum+6e
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mydrv_setup_tx_ring+2d
mydrv_do_attach+84
mydrv_attach+242
devi_attach+6f
attach_node+62
i_ndi_config_node+82
i_ddi_attachchild+4a
devi_attach_node+4b
devi_attach_children+57
config_immediate_children+6e
devi_config_common+77
mt_config_thread+8b
To determine if a driver is using hat_getkpfnum(), consult the driver source code, or examine
the driver's symbols by using nm(). Using the driver mydrv as an example, type the following
syntax:
% nm /usr/kernel/drv/mydrv | grep hat_getkpfnum
For guidance about migrating drivers away from hat_getkpfnum(), refer to Appendix B,
“Summary of Solaris DDI/DKI Services,” in Writing Device Drivers.
x86: Using Two Adaptec SCSI Card 39320D Cards on a
Sun Fire V65x Server Might Cause the System to Panic
(5001908)
Using two Adaptec SCSI Card 39320D cards on a Sun Fire V65x server might cause that system
to panic. The panic occurs during initial reboot after you have installed Solaris 10 software. The
following error message is displayed:
Initializing system Please wait...
1 run-time error M6111: MATH
- floating-point error: stack underflow
Workaround: Remove the second Adaptec card.
x86: Soft System-Shutdown is Not Supported in
Solaris OS on x86 (4873161, 5043369)
The Solaris OS on x86 does not support a soft system-shutdown that is initiated by a command.
A command to shut down simulates pressing the power button to turn the power off. On
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x86-based systems, issuing this command while the Solaris OS is running turns the power off
immediately without properly shutting down the operating system. The improper shutdown
process might corrupt the file system.
Workaround: Before powering off, shut down the operating system first. Perform the following
steps:
1. Become superuser.
2. Use one of the available commands to shut down the Solaris OS properly, such as init,
halt, or shutdown. For example:
# shutdown
3. After the operating system shuts down completely, you can switch off the power by one of
two ways:
■
If the system supports soft system-shutdown, issue the command to turn off the power.
■
If the system does not support soft system-shutdown, turn off the power manually by
using the power switch.
For more information about the commands to shut down the operating system, see the man
pages for the init(1M), halt(1M), and shutdown(1M) commands. For information about
turning off your system's power, refer to the system's manuals.
Some DVD and CD-ROM Drives Fail to Boot Solaris
(4397457)
The default timeout value for the SCSI portion of the SunSwiftTM PCI Ethernet/SCSI host
adapter (X1032A) card does not meet the timeout requirements of Sun's SCSI DVD-ROM drive
(X6168A). With marginal media, the DVD-ROM occasionally experiences timeout errors. The
only exceptions are Sun Fire 6800, 4810, 4800, and 3800 systems. These systems overwrite the
SCSI timeout value by means of OpenBoot PROM.
Workaround: For other platforms, use the on-board SCSI interfaces or DVD-ROM compatible
SCSI adapters, such as the following examples:
■
■
X1018A (SBus: F501-2739-xx)
X6540A (PCI: F375-0005-xx)
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iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 Issues
iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 Issues
This section provides important information for users of iPlanetTM Directory Server 5.1 who are
upgrading to the new Solaris 10 release.
Installing Directory Server 5.1
Sun Java System Directory Server 5 2005Q1 replaces iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 that was
integrated in the Solaris 9 Operating System. In Solaris 10 OS, this new Directory Server can be
installed as part of the Sun Java Enterprise System.
Note – For information about the Sun Java System Directory Server 5 2005Q1, refer to the
documentation for the Sun Java System at http://docs.sun.com.
Solaris 10 OS continues to support Directory Server 5.1. You might need to install Directory
Server 5.1 under the following circumstances:
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■
You need to recover Directory Server 5.1 data.
You want to migrate your data to Directory Server 5 2005Q1.
In Solaris 10 release, you install the Directory Server 5.1 manually. Follow these steps:
1. Insert the Solaris 10 Software - 4 CD into your CD-ROM drive.
2. Become superuser.
3. In a terminal window, install the Directory Server.
# cd /cdrom/cdrom0/Solaris_10/Product/
# pkgadd -d . IPLTnls IPLTnspr IPLTnss IPLTjss IPLTpldap \
IPLTdsr IPLTdsu IPLTadmin IPLTcons IPLTadcon IPLTdscon \
IPLTadman IPLTdsman
To install Simplified Chinese localization packages, issue the following additional
command:
# pkgadd -d . IPLTcdsu IPLTcadmin IPLTccons IPLTcadcon \
IPLTcdscon IPLTcadman IPLTcdsman
To install Japanese localization packages, issue the following additional command:
# pkgadd -d . IPLTjdsu IPLTjadmin IPLTjcons IPLTjadcon \
IPLTjdscon IPLTjadman IPLTjdsman
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4. After installation is complete, configure iPlanet Directory Server 5.1. Refer to Chapter 11,
“Sun ONE Directory Server Configuration,” in System Administration Guide: Naming and
Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP) .
Migrating to the Sun Java System Directory Server 5
2005Q1
Caution – The database formats of the two Directory Server versions are incompatible. Thus, if
you are a Directory Server 5.1 user, Sun recommends that you migrate your database to a
database that is formatted for the Sun Java System Directory Server 5 2005Q1.
To perform a migration, both versions of the Directory Server must exist in the system that has
been upgraded to the Solaris 10 OS. If you are a DS 5.1 user, but are using the compressed
archive (.tar.gz) delivery format, you can skip immediately to the migration instructions in
Step 2.
1. On a terminal window, check whether iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 packages are present in
your system.
$ pkginfo | grep IPLT
If the following packages appear as output, then you can go to Step 2 to proceed with the
migration. The output indicates that the iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 packages are in the
system.
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
system
$
IPLTadcon
IPLTadman
IPLTadmin
IPLTcons
IPLTdscon
IPLTdsman
IPLTdsr
IPLTdsu
IPLTjss
IPLTnls
IPLTnspr
IPLTnss
IPLTpldap
Administration Server Console
Administration Server Documentation
Administration Server
Console Client Base
Directory Server Console
Directory Server Documentation
Directory Server (root)
Directory Server (usr)
Network Security Services for Java
Nationalization Languages and Localization Support
Portable Runtime Interface
Network Security Services
PerLDAP
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If the packages do not exist, then install the iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 packages first. Refer
to the 4-step procedure in the preceding section “Installing Directory Server 5.1” on page 96.
After installation is complete, go to Step 2 to proceed with the migration.
2. Migrate your iPlanet Directory Server 5.1 database to the current version. For instructions,
refer to the documentation collection for the Sun Java System Directory Server at
http://docs.sun.com/coll/DirectoryServer_05q1.
After migrating your data, make sure you continue to back up directory data in the same way as
you backed up directory data before migration. Future disaster recovery might require the
migrated database.
Issues While Running Debugger
The following issues involve the kernel debugger.
SPARC: Problems With dbx Debugger While Processing
64-bit Objects (6347707)
The dbx debugger terminates with a memory access failure while processing certain 64-bit
executable files and libraries. However, the problem does not affect the normal use of these
64-bit objects. An error message similar to the following example is displayed:
dbx: internal error: signal SIGBUS (invalid address alignment)
Workaround: Use either the mdb debugger or the Solaris Dynamic Tracing facility instead.
These alternatives can diagnose processes that use the 64-bit objects.
System Might Loop When Master CPU Is Changed
(4405263)
A system that is running the Solaris kernel debugger to debug a live system might loop with
incomplete error messages. This loop occurs when the OpenBoot PROM's master CPU is
changed. A system reset restores the system to operation. However, the traces of the original
failure are lost. Consequently, you cannot perform a diagnosis of the fatal reset.
Workaround: When the system is at the PROM level, the OpenBoot's ok prompt is displayed.
In a system with multiple CPUs, the ok prompt is preceded by a number that is enclosed in curly
braces. This number indicates the active CPU in the system. To run your debug session while at
the PROM level, use the following steps.
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1. Raise pil to f by typing the following command:
{0} ok h# 0f pil!
2. Use the switch-cpu command to selectively switch from the currently active CPU to
different CPUs. For example, to switch from CPU #0 to CPU #1, type the following
command:
(0) ok 1 switch-cpu
The ok prompt is now preceded by the number of the CPU to which you switched.
{1} ok
3. Run your debugger.
4. At the end of your debugger session, issue a reset-all command to return the system to
normal use.
Note – Make sure that you upgrade the system to the latest version of the OpenBoot PROM.
Localization Issues
This section describes localization issues that apply to Solaris 10 OS.
Wnn8 Japanese Input Method
Wnn8 Japanese Input method cannot be used if the Wnn8 servers are not enabled.
Workaround: Enable the Wnn8 servers:
# svcadm enable wnn8/server
In addition, select Wnn8 as the Japanese Language engine by running the iiim-properties
command.
Keyboard Shortcuts in Mozilla Ambiguous in Spanish
Locale (6288620)
The keyboard shortcuts in Mozilla 1.7 are ambiguous in the Spanish (Es) locale. For example,
you can use Ctrl-S to copy or to save. No error message is displayed.
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Workaround: Use the shortcut keys assigned to user actions from the product menu.
Uninstaller Displays Strings Incorrectly in Some
Locales (6487062)
This bugs affects how you uninstall Solaris Trusted Extensions by using prodreg in locales
other than C, POSIX, or any English locale. Strings are not displayed correctly in these locales
when you uninstall by using prodreg.
No error message is displayed. The uninstaller shows placeholder strings, and buttons do not
display correctly.
Workaround: Before you uninstall with prodreg, run the following commands:
# cd <Solaris_installation_media>/Solaris_10/ExtraValue/CoBundled/Trusted_Extensions
# cp -rp locale /var/sadm/tx
Then uninstall with prodreg.
Input Method Cannot Be Enabled With Primary
Administrator Rights (6475081)
A user who has the Primary Administrator right can not use the input method for specific
locales which prevents that user from entering characters normally. The input method status is
not displayed in the workspace. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: Add the following lines to the /etc/security/exec_attr file:
Primary Administrator:solaris:cmd:::/usr/bin/csh:uid=0;gid=0
Primary Administrator:solaris:cmd:::/usr/bin/ksh:uid=0;gid=0
Primary Administrator:solaris:cmd:::/usr/bin/sh:uid=0;gid=0
For information about the file format, see the exec_attr(4) man page.
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Auxilliary Window Fails to Open With Asian And Wnn
Input Methods (6481697)
This bug affects the Solaris Trusted Extensions Desktop when you work with specific labels in
some Asian locales. The AUX window fails to open with the Asian and Wnn Input methods. This
prevents entering Asian characters normally. When the keyboard is used, multibyte characters
are displayed.
Workaround: Perform the following steps:
1. Add the following three lines to the
/usr/openwin/server/etc/TrustedExtensionsPolicy file and to the
/usr/X11/lib/X11/xserver/TrustedExtensionsPolicy file for x86 systems only:
selection /^Wnn/
selection /^wnn/
selection /^com.sun.iiim/
2. Restart the X Xserver.
New ChuYin Input Method Not Supported in Upgrade
to IIIMF rev.12 (6492129)
When you upgrade the OS to the Solaris 10 6/06 or Solaris 10 11/06 release, the input method
framework and individual input methods get upgraded from rev.10 to rev.12. However,
ChuYin is not in the list of supported input methods. Also, you cannot use the function keys F2
and F3 to switch methods
Workaround: Use PinYin to type traditional Chinese characters with Hanyu PinYin. Use
Ctrl+Shift to switch input methods.
AltGr Does Not Work As Mode Switcher in Some
Russian Locales (6487712)
The AltGr key does not work as a mode switcher for the Russian Xsun layout inru_RU.KOI8-R
and ru_RU.ANSI1251 locales.
Workaround 1: Switch to the ru_RU.UTF-8 or the ru_RU.ISO8859-5 locale.
Workaround 2: Use IIIMFTM instead of the Russian keyboard layout.
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Arabic6.kt Keytable Does Not Contain Arabic
Symbols (6463576)
The Arabic6.kt keytable does not contain any Arabic symbols.
Workaround: Use IIIMF. Set the Arabic input through the gimlet switcher instead of
switching to Arabic by using the Altgr key.
Some Compose Key Inputs Do Not Work on GTK
Applications (6467756)
Some Compose key inputs such as Compose+?+? or Compose+|+| do not work on GTK
applications in the EMEA UTF-8 locales. However, the inputs work fine on non-GTK
applications, such as Motif or Java, when IM is inactive .
Workaround 1:
1. Edit the /usr/openwin/lib/locale/common/imsscript/S505multi and change the
GTK_IM_MODULE=iiim to GTK_IM_MODULE=xim.
2. Log in to the system again.
Workaround 2:
Following the GTK application guidelines, choose X Input Method from the Input Methods
submenu in the context menu of the text area. The Compose key inputs work when the IM is
inactive
Input Method Switcher Does Not Work in Trusted Java
DS Environment (6438372)
The input method status display and language switch functions do not work through Input
Method Switcher on Java Desktop Systems (Java DS) panel. Admin label applications however,
do work.
Workaround:
1. To display the IM status, change the display of the IM status to the application's frame by
performing the following steps:
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Start the Input Method Preference Editor (iiim-properties) from the command line or
Launch menu (Preferences -> Desktop Preferences -> Input Methods).
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Select Attach Window Frame at Placement choice button in the General tab.
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Press Apply or click the OK button.
2. Switch input language through the language list which is shown. Left-click on the attached
IM status window of the non-GTK application
Note – The language list will not be shown for GTK applications. When language is switched on
any non-GTK application, it will be reflected to all applications except when "The language is
applied to all applications" check box is unchecked. This check box is checked by default in the
General tab of Input Method Preference Editor. The language list will be shown if you run GTK
applications with GTK_IM_MODULE=xim. For example:
% env GTK_IM_MODULE=xim gedit
Arabic Text Not Appearing in ar Locales
If your x86 system is using Xorg as the default Xserver, the Arabic font (iso7759-6) does not
appear in the ar locale. This error does not occur if you are using XSun instead of XOrg.
Workaround: Follow these steps.
1. As superuser, edit /usr/dt/config/Xservers.
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Uncomment or add the following line:
:0 Local local_uid@console root /usr/openwin/bin/Xsun :0
-nobanner -defdepth 24
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Comment out the following line:
:0 Local local_uid@console root /usr/X11/bin/Xorg :0
2. Reboot the system.
Alternatively, you can log in to ar_EG.UTF-8 or other UTF-8 locales.
Solaris PDASync Does Not Support Data Exchange
With the Multibyte Internationalized PDA Device
(4263814)
If you exchange multibyte data between a PDA device and Solaris CDE, the data might be
corrupted in both environments.
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Workaround: Back up your data on your personal computer with the PDA backup utility
before you run the Solaris PDASync application. If you accidentally exchange multibyte data
and corrupt that data, restore your data from the backup.
Adding Regions Fails With the localeadm Command
(6350486)
The function to add regions in the localeadm command no longer works if you create a new
configuration file. The Language CD is not detected when you add the following regions:
■
■
■
Southern Europe
North America
Northern Europe
The following error message is displayed:
No langcd image has been found in
/cdrom/sol_10_1005_x86_4/Solaris_10/Product
No langcd image has been found in
/cdrom/sol_10_1005_x86_4 /cdrom/sol_10_1005_x86_4
/cdrom/sol_10_1005_x86_4
/cdro m/sol_10_1005_x86_4
/cdrom/sol_10_1005_x86_4
Please enter the path to this image/disk, or enter ’q’ to quit:
Workaround: When you are prompted to create a new configuration file, select No. Instead,
use the configuration file that was installed in the system.
L10N Messages Missing When Using localeadm Utility
to Add Locales (6423974)
When the Locale_config configuration file is created using the DVD/net image, using the
Locale_config file to add locales leaves many unlocalized messages on the Gnome Desktop.
No error message is displayed.
Workaround 1:
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Login as superuser and do the following:
1. Change to the location of the localeadm Locale_config file.
# cd /usr/sadm/lib/localeadm/
2. Revert to the existing Locale_config file bundled with the localeadm utility.
# mv Locale_config_S10.txt.old Locale_config_S10.txt
Workaround 2:
Re-create the Locale_config file by using the CD images.
SPARC: Keycode 50 Does Not Work for European
Keyboard Layouts (6387317)
Keycode 50 is not working for European keyboard layouts. This problem occurs with all
European *6.kt keytable files. All keytables assign some symbols to keycode 50, but the key
does not work. No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
Edit the *6.kt files in the /usr/openwin/share/etc/keytables directory. Duplicate keycode
50 for keycode 49 in the affected *6.kt file. For example, add the following entry for keycode 49
to the affected keytable file:
49 RN XK_numbersign XK_asciitilde
Several Arabic Fonts Do Not Work in GNOME
(6384024)
In GNOME when you select certain Arabic fonts, the characters do not display. This problem
appears when you select fonts for applications, the desktop, or the window title using the
GNOME font properties menu. The affected fonts include:
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■
■
Akhbar MT (Regular, Bold)
Shayyal MT (Regular, Bold)
Naskh MT (Regular, Bold)
No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
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Use any of the newly delivered Kacst family of fonts to display Arabic characters in GNOME
applications.
Unable to Switch Input Language on Session-Saved
Applications (6360759)
Multiple language input is supported in UTF-8 locales, but the language switch is not working
with session-saved applications where mouse button 1 is clicked first after login. This problem
occurs with the Java Desktop System (JDS). No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
Click mouse button 1 on the backgroundworkspace or Launch Menu before clicking any
application.
Some Language Input Does Not Work Correctly on
Non-U.S. Keyboard Layouts (6319383)
Localized keyboard layout based language inputs, such as Cyrillic and Arabic, are not working
correctly with non-U.S. keyboard layouts. For example, if you are using French keyboard and
switch to Arabic input then the typed output results are not based on Arabic Keyboard layout.
For more information about input method, see Input Method Preference Editor and
InputMethod Switcher Applet help. No error message is displayed.
Workaround 1:
Use XKB extension to switch keyboard layouts for Xorg server (x86 only). For example, add the
following entry to the xorg.conf configuration file:
Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Keyboard1"
Driver "Keyboard"
Option "XkbModel" "pc105"
Option "XkbLayout" "us,fr,ru"
Option "XKbOptions" "grp:alt_shift_toggle"
EndSection
This configuration enables you to switch among U.S., French, and Russian keyboard layouts by
pressing the Alt-Shift keys. For more information, see the
/usr/X11/share/doc/README.XKB-Config file.
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Workaround 2:
Use the xorgcfg utility to configure localized keyboard layouts (x86 only).
If a non-root user uses the xorgcfg utility, the configuration is not saved, but keyboard layout is
changed for the current session.
Keyboard Shortcuts in Mozilla in ES Locale Are
Unusual and Ambiguous (6288620)
The keyboard shortcuts in Mozilla 1.7 are unusual, especially in Spanish locale. For example,
Ctrl-S is being used for copying as well as for saving. No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
Identify the shortcut keys assigned to user actions from menu in the product.
Login Screen Marks UTF-8 Locales as Recommended
On the Language menu of the login screen, the UTF-8 locales are labeled as a recommended
option. For example, for Japanese locales, the screen would appear as follows:
ja_JP.eucJP -------------- Japanese EUC
ja_JP.PCK --------------- Japanese PCK
ja_JP.UTF-8 (Recommended) - Japanese UTF-8
Using UTF-8 locales is recommended to users of the Java Desktop System (JDS) because JDS
uses UTF-8/Unicode as internal character encoding. This recommendation also applies to the
announcement of future end-of-software support for non-UTF-8 locales. See “Legacy or
Traditional Non-UTF-8 Locales” on page 168.
Migration Note to UTF-8 locales
When migrating to UTF-8 locales, the files affect the method that you use to import or export
data.
Microsoft Office Files
Microsoft Office files are encoded in Unicode. StarOffice applications can read and write the
Unicode encoded files.
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HTML Files
HTML files authored using HTML editors such as Mozilla Composer, or HTML files saved by a
web browser, usually contain a charset encoding tag. After exporting or importing, you can
browse such HTML files with the Mozilla Navigator web browser, or edit the files with Mozilla
Composer, according to the encoding tag in the HTML file.
Fixing Broken HTML File
Some HTML files might be displayed in garbage characters. This problem is typically due to the
following reasons:
■
■
The charset encoding tag is incorrect.
The charset encoding tag is missing.
To find the charset encoding tag in the HTML file, perform the following actions:
1. Open the file with Mozilla.
2. Press Ctrl-i, or click View to open the View menu.
3. Click Page Info.
The charset information is in the bottom of the General tab, for example:
Content-Type text/html; charset=us-ascii
If the string charset=us-ascii does not match the actual encoding of the file, the file might appear
broken. To edit the encodings of the HTML file, perform the following actions:
1. Open the file with Mozilla Composer.
2. Open the File menu.
3. Select Save as Charset.
4. Choose the correct encoding. Mozilla Composer automatically converts the encoding and
the charset tag as appropriate.
Emails Saved As Portable Format
Modern mails are tagged with the MIME charset tag. The Email and Calendar application
accepts MIME charset tags. You do not need to perform any encoding conversion.
Plain Text Files
Plain text files do not have a charset tag. If the files are not in UTF-8 encoding, encoding
conversion is needed. For example, to convert a plain text file encoded in Traditional Chinese
big5 to UTF-8, execute the following command:
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iconv -f big5 -t UTF-8 inputfilename
> outputfilename
You can also use the File System Examiner for the encoding conversion.
You can use the Text Editor to read and write character encoding text automatically or by
specifying an encoding explicitly when opening or saving a file.
To start Text Editor, click Launch, then choose Applications->Accessories->Text Editor.
File Names and Directory Names
If file names and directory names using multibyte characters are not in UTF-8 encoding,
encoding conversion is needed. You can use File System Examiner to convert file and directory
names and the contents of plain text files from legacy character encodings to UTF-8 encoding.
Refer to the online Help for File System Examiner for more information.
To start File Systems Examiner, click Launch, then choose Applications->Utilities->File System
Examiner.
When you access non-UTF-8 file or directory names on Microsoft Windows via SMB using File
Manager, you can access the non-UTF-8 file or directory names without encoding conversion.
Launching Legacy Locale Applications
For applications that are not ready to migrate to Unicode UTF-8, you can create a launcher on a
front panel to start the application in legacy locales. You can also launch the applications
directly from the command line. Perform the following steps to create a launcher for an
application.
1. Right-click on the panel where you want to place the launcher.
2. Choose Add to Panel->Launcher.
3. Use the following format to type the entry in the Command field in the Create Launcher
dialog:
env LANG=locale LC_ALL=
locale application name
For example, if you want to launch an application called motif-app from /usr/dt/bin in the
Chinese Big5 locale, enter the following text in the Command field of the Create Launcher:
env LANG=zh_TW.BIG5 LC_ALL=zh_TW.BIG5 /usr/dt/bin/motif-app
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4. Click OK to create the launcher on the panel.
When you need to run CLI (command line interface) applications which are specific to a legacy
locale, open a Terminal window in the legacy locale first and then run the CLI applications in
the same Terminal window. To open a Terminal window in a legacy locale, enter the following
command:
eng LANG=locale LC_ALL=locale GNOME-TERMINAL –disbable-factory.
Instead of opening a new Terminal window in a legacy locale, you can switch the locale setting
from UTF-8 to a legacy locale in the current Terminal window by changing the encoding the Set
Character Encoding menu in the Terminal window. Then you must also set the LANG and LANG
environment variables to the current shell.
Hardware for Estonian Keyboard Type 6, French
Canadian Keyboard Type 6, and Polish Programmers
Keyboard Type 5 Not Available
Software support for three additional keyboard layouts has been added to the Solaris OS:
Estonian keyboard Type 6, French Canadian keyboard Type 6, and Polish programmers
keyboard Type 5.
This software gives users in Estonia, Canada, and Poland greater flexibility for keyboard input
by modifying standard U.S. keyboard layouts to their own language needs.
Currently, no hardware is available for the three additional keyboard layout types.
Workaround: To take advantage of this new keyboard software, modify the
/usr/openwin/share/etc/keytables/keytable.map file in one of the following ways:
■
For the Estonian Type 6 keyboard, make the following changes:
1. Change the US6.kt entry to Estonia6.kt in the
/usr/openwin/share/etc/keytables/keytable.map file. The modified entry should
read as follows:
6
0
Estonia6.kt
2. Add the following entries to the /usr/openwin/lib/locale/iso8859-15/Compose file:
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<scaron>
: "/xa8"
scaron
<scaron>
: "/xa6"
scaron
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<scaron>
: "/270"
scaron
<scaron>
: "/264"
scaron
3. Reboot the system for the changes to take effect.
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For the French Canadian Type 6 keyboard, make the following changes:
1. Change the US6.kt entry to Canada6.kt in the
/usr/openwin/share/etc/keytables/keytable.map file. The modified entry should
read as follows:
6
0
Canada6.kt
2. Reboot the system for the changes to take effect.
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If you are using the existing Polish Type 5 keyboard layout, make the following changes:
1. Change the Poland5.kt entry to Poland5_pr.kt in the /usr/openwin/
share/etc/keytables/keytable.map file. The modified entry should read as follows:
4
52
Poland5_pr.kt
Note – If you are using a keyboard with dip-switches, make sure the switches are set to the
correct binary value for the Polish keytable entry (binary 52) before rebooting the
system.
2. If you are using a standard U.S. Type 5 keyboard, change the US5.kt entry to
Poland5_pr.kt in the /usr/openwin/share/etc/keytables/keytable.map file. The
modified entry should read as follows:
4
33
Poland5_pr.kt
3. Reboot the system for the changes to take effect.
Cannot Print Documents in Portable Document
Format (6239307, 6218079)
On all locales, the Document Viewer cannot print localized files that are in Portable Document
Format (PDF).
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
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■
On SPARC based systems, use the Acrobat Reader to print localized PDF files.
On x86 based systems, use StarOffice to create and then print PDF files.
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x86: Login Process Might Hang in Certain Asian
Non-UTF-8 Locales (6215527)
On some x86 based systems, if you log in to certain Asian non-UTF-8 locales, the login process
might hang. The following are examples of the locales where the error is observed:
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■
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zh_CN.EUC
zh_TW.BIG5
ko_KR.EUC
Workaround: At the login window's Language menu, choose UTF-8 locales.
Special Keyboard Keys Do Not Work (5077631)
Special keys on the left of the keyboard do not work on European keyboard mappings. This
problem affects all European locales.
Workaround: Use shortcut keys instead of the special keyboard keys. The following example
lists shortcut keys and the corresponding functions:
■
■
■
■
Ctrl-Z - Undo
Ctrl-C - Copy
Ctrl-V - Paste
Alt-Tab allows you to switch between windows.
Modifier Keys Do Not Function Correctly (4996542)
On all locales, the Alt key and the Shift key might not function as modifier keys when you use
the Internet/Intranet input method. For example, the Shift-arrow key combination might not
allow you to select text. Instead, the combination might insert Latin characters.
Workaround: Use a different input method, for example, Default. To switch input methods,
right-click on an object and select Input method.
Chinese and Korean Characters Are Printed In a Box
(4977300)
The postscript printer does not bundle Chinese or Korean fonts. Consequently, in Chinese or
Korean locales, if you attempt to print from the Mozilla browser, the characters are printed
within a box. The Common UNIX Printer System (CUPS) needs to convert the Mozilla
postscript fonts before a file can be printed.
Workaround: Perform the following steps.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Click Launch => Preferences => Printers.
Right-click the PostScript printer icon, then select Properties.
Click the Advanced tab.
Set the Ghostscript pre-filtering to Convert to PS level 1.
Sort Capability in the European UTF-8 Locales Does
Not Function Correctly (4307314)
The sort capability in the European UTF-8 locales does not work properly.
Workaround: Before you attempt to sort in a FIGGS UTF-8 locale, set the LC_COLLATE
variable to the ISO–1 equivalent.
#
>
#
#
echo $LC_COLLATE
es_ES.UTF-8
LC_COLLATE=es_ES.IS08859-1
export LC_COLLATE
Then start sorting.
Networking Issues
The following networking bugs apply to the Solaris 10 release.
Login Fails on iSCSI Target With Two Portals and One
Bad Portal (6476060)
If an iSCSI target or an array returns more than one IP address as part of its send target
response, the initator takes into account only the last address in the list and not the first one, as
it used to prior to this release. As a result, if the last IP address is bad or invalid, the connection
to this target fails.
Workaround: Return the different target portal group tags (TPGT) for each entry in its send
target response. The initiator tries to establish a connection to all the IP addresses so that the
connection succeeds.
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System Domain of Interpretation Is Not Configurable
(6314248)
The system Domain of Interpretation (DOI) is not configurable. When the SMC is used to
create a new trusted network template, the SMC sets the DOI to 0 and Solaris Trusted
Extensions does not function correctly. Various error messages are displayed.
Workaround: Set the DOI to 1 using the SMC.
Memory Leaks with ECC and RSA Cipher Suites
(6421471)
Memory leak in NSS with ECC and RSA cipher suites might cause a system hang or system
panic. The out of memory error message is displayed.
Workaround: Install the following patches:
■
■
Patch ID 119213-09 for SPARC based systems.
Patch ID 119214-09 for x86 based systems.
iSCSI Initiator Does Not Handle LUN Address
Reporting Properly (6377485)
The Solaris iSCSI software initiator does not support logical units with a LUN greater than 255.
No error message is displayed.
Workaround:
Change the logical unit numbers of the target device to less than 255.
Wrong MAC Address is Displayed When There is More
Than One Ethernet Card (6316245)
When you register to a Solaris 10 11/06 OS for remote update management using the Sun
Update Connection, your system information is displayed. If your system has more than one
Ethernet card, the same MAC address is displayed for all the Ethernet cards. No error message is
displayed.
Workaround: None.
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SPARC: RTM_IFINFO Message Has Different Sizes on
32-bit and 64-bit Compilations
Sixty-four-bit programs that create PF_ROUTE sockets and parse the contents of RTM_IFINFO
messages in the if_msghdr_t structure might work incorrectly unless they are recompiled.
IP Forwarding Disabled by Default in Solaris 10 OS
In this Solaris release, IP forwarding is disabled by default. This setting applies to both IPv4 and
IPv6 regardless of other system configurations. Systems with multiple IP interfaces that
formerly forwarded IP packets by default no longer have this automatic feature. To enable IP
forwarding in multihomed systems, administrators must manually perform additional
configuration steps.
Workaround: The command routeadm enables IP forwarding. The configuration changes that
are the result of routeadm usage persist across system reboots.
■
To enable IPv4 forwarding, type routeadm -e ipv4-forwarding .
■
To enable IPv6 forwarding, type routeadm -e ipv6-forwarding .
■
To apply the enabled IP-forwarding configuration to the currently running system, type
routeadm -u.
For more information about IP forwarding, see the routeadm(1M) man page.
Generic LAN Driver Version 3 Fails to Set Field Length
of Logical Link Control Frames (6350869)
The Generic LAN Driver Version 3 (GLDv3) incorrectly sets the field length of Logical Link
Control (LLC) frames. Consequently, protocols such as AppleTalk that are dependent on LLC
do not function correctly. No error message is displayed. The problem affects the following
network interface controllers:
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■
■
bge
e1000g
xge
Workaround: None.
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Zone Not Booting When IP Address Belongs to a Failed
IP Network Multipathing Group (6184000)
A zone can be configured so that the zone's IP address becomes part of an IP Network
Multipathing (IPMP) group. The configuration process is documented in “How to Extend IP
Network Multipathing Functionality to Non-Global Zones” in System Administration Guide:
Solaris Containers-Resource Management and Solaris Zones.
If all the network interfaces in the IPMP group fail, a zone does not boot if it has an IP address
that is part of the IPMP group.
The following example illustrates the result if you attempt to boot the zone.
# zoneadm -z my-zone boot
zoneadm: zone ’my-zone’: bge0:1:
could not set default interface for multicast: Invalid argument
zoneadm: zone ’my-zone’: call to zoneadmd failed
Workaround: Repair at least one network interface in the group.
Intermittent Errors Might Occur With the Use of
DataDigests (5108515)
Internet SCSI (iSCSI) targets might report cyclic redundancy check (CRC) errors if DataDigests
are enabled. User applications that update input/output buffers after transmitting to the iSCSI
initiator might cause a miscalculation of the CRC. When the target responds with a CRC error,
the iSCSI Initiator retransmits the data with the correct DataDigest CRC. Data integrity is
maintained. However, data transfer performance is affected. No error message is displayed.
Workaround: Do not use the DataDigest option.
ATM LANE Subnets for IPv4/IPv6 Might Not Complete
Initialization (4625849)
During system boot, multiple instances might not connect to their LAN Emulation (LANE)
instance if more than eight LANE instances are on a single adapter. This bug does not appear at
multiuser level.
Workaround: To reinitialize your SunATM network, perform the following steps:
1. Verify the problem by issuing a lanestat -a command.
Instances that are not connected have Virtual Circuit Identifier (VCI) values of 0 to the LAN
Emulation Server (LES) and Broadcast and Unknown Address Server (BUS).
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2. Stop and restart your SunATM network.
# /etc/init.d/sunatm stop
# /etc/init.d/sunatm start
3. Reset netmasks or any other network setup for the SunATM interfaces.
Configuring Multiple Tunnels Between Two IP Nodes
With Filtering Enabled Might Result in Packet Loss
(4152864)
If you configure multiple IP tunnels between two IP nodes, and enable
ip_strict_dst_multihoming or other IP filters, packet loss might result.
Workaround: Choose one of the following:
■
First, configure a single tunnel between the two IP nodes. Add addresses to the tunnel by
using the ifconfig command with the addif option.
■
Do not enable ip_strict_dst_multihoming on tunnels between two IP nodes.
Security Issues
The following security issues applies to the Solaris 10 release.
Nonpassword Logins Fail With pam_ldap Enabled
After the account management PAM module for LDAP (pam_ldap) is enabled, users must have
passwords to log in to the system. Consequently, nonpassword-based logins fail, including
those logins that use the following tools:
■
■
■
Remote shell (rsh)
Remote login (rlogin)
Secure shell (ssh)
Workaround: None.
Incorrect Parameters Might Cause Panic in Sun
StorEdge T3 (4319812)
A Sun StorEdgeTM T3 system might panic if an application uses the HTTP interface to send
tokens with out-of-range parameters.
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Service Management Facility
This section describes issues that involve the Service Management Facility of Solaris 10 OS. For
more information about this new feature in the Solaris OS, see “Solaris Service Manager” in
Solaris 10 What’s New.
Print Services Have Offline Settings by Default
(5100134)
When a host has no local printers configured, two print services, ipp-listener and rfc1179,
are set to offline by default. These services are automatically moved to online after local printers
are configured on the host. The default offline settings of these services do not indicate an error.
Therefore, no user intervention is required.
Workaround: None.
keyserv Daemon Disables Some File System Services
(5084183)
On systems that do not use Network Information Service (NIS) or NIS+ name service, the NFS
and autofs services are disabled. The failure is due to these services' dependency on the keyserv
daemon. The keyserv daemon relies on the RPC domain name, which is not set on systems that
do not use NIS or NIS+. Consequently, the failure of the keyserv daemon causes the NFS and
autofs services to become disabled.
Workaround: To enable the services, perform the following steps:
1. Become superuser.
2. Issue the following commands:
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
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svcadm
svcadm
svcadm
svcadm
svcadm
svcadm
svcadm
disable network/rpc/keyserv
disable -t network/nfs/client:default
enable network/nfs/client:default
disable -t network/nfs/server:default
enable network/nfs/server:default
disable -t network/rpc/gss:ticotsord
enable network/rpc/gss:ticotsord
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Smart Card
Login Prompts Sometimes Appear Before File Systems
Are Mounted (5082164)
During system startups, sometimes the login services such as console or ssh logins start before
remote file systems and naming services become available. Consequently, the user name might
not be recognized or the user's home directory might not be available.
Workaround: If the error occurs, wait for a few seconds and then log in again. Alternatively, log
in from a local account to view the system state.
Smart Card
The following Smart Card bugs apply to Solaris 10 OS.
System Does Not Respond to Smart Card (4415094)
If ocfserv terminates and the display is locked, the system remains locked even when a smart
card is inserted or removed.
Workaround: Perform the following steps to unlock your system:
1. Perform a remote login to the machine on which the ocfserv process was terminated.
2. Become superuser.
3. Kill the dtsession process by typing the following in a terminal window.
# pkill dtsession
ocfserv restarts and smart card login and capability are restored.
Edit Config File Menu Item in Smartcards
Management Console Does Not Work (4447632)
The Edit Config File menu item in the Smartcards Management Console does not edit smart
card configuration files that are located in /etc/smartcard/opencard.properties . If the
menu item is selected, a warning is displayed which indicates not to continue unless requested
by technical support.
Workaround: Do not use the Edit Config File menu item in the Smartcards Management
Console. For information on smart card configuration, see the Solaris Smartcard
Administration Guide.
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Solaris Commands and Standards
The following section describes behavior changes in certain commands and standards in Solaris
10 OS.
Failed Unconfigure Command cfgadm Might Succeed
Later Without Notice (6483258)
Sometimes the cfgadm -c unconfigure command fails because of pending I/Os. With the
changed kernel, the command is retried offline. The cfgadm's unconfigure command might,
however, succeed later without any notice to the user.
Workaround: Run the cfgadm -al command.
Bash 2.0.5b No Longer Sets Some Environment
Variables
Solaris 10 OS includes Bash 2.0.5b. This shell no longer automatically exports the following
variables to the environment:
■
■
■
■
HOSTNAME
HOSTTYPE
MACHTYPE
OSTYPE
This new behavior applies even if the shell assigns default values to these variables.
Workaround: Export these variables manually.
New ln Utility Requires -f Option
The behavior of /usr/bin/ln has changed to adhere to all of the standards from SVID3
through XCU6. If you use the ln command without the -f option to link to an existing target
file, the link is not established. Instead, a diagnostic message is written to standard error, and the
command proceeds to link any remaining source files. Finally, the ln command exits with an
error value.
For example, if file b exists, the syntax ln a b generates the following message:
ln: b: File exists
This behavior change affects existing shell scripts or programs that include the ln command
without the -f option. Scripts that used to work might now fail in Solaris 10 OS.
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Workaround: Use the -f option with the ln command. If you have existing scripts that execute
the link utility, make sure to modify these scripts to comply with the command's new behavior.
New tcsh Rejects setenv Variable Names That Use a
Dash or an Equals Sign
In Solaris 10 OS, tcsh has been upgraded to version 6.12. This version no longer accepts
environment variables whose names use a dash or an equals sign. Scripts that contain setenv
lines and that work in earlier Solaris versions might generate errors in the current Solaris 10
release. The following error message is displayed:
setenv: Syntax error
For more information, refer to the tcsh man page for the Solaris 10 OS.
Workaround: Do not use the dash or equals sign in names for environment variables.
STDIO getc Family EOF Condition Behavior Change
Applications that were built in strict standard C conformance mode are affected by the behavior
changes of certain library functions. An example is applications that were compiled by using the
cc -Xc or c89 compilation mode. The behavior has changed for the following library functions:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
fgetc()
fgets()
fgetwc()
fgetws()
getc()
getchar()
gets()
getwc()
getwchar()
getws()
A formal interpretation of the 1990 C Standard requires that after an end-of-file condition is set,
no more data is returned from the file on subsequent input operations. The exception is if the
file pointer is repositioned or the error and end-of-file flags are explicitly cleared by the
application.
The behavior for all other compilation modes remains unchanged. Specifically, the interfaces
can read additional newly written data from the stream after the end-of-file indicator has been
set.
Workaround: Call fseek() or clearerr() on the stream to read additional data after the EOF
condition has been reported on the stream.
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Output Columns of the ps Command Have Been
Widened
Due to larger UIDs, processor ids, and cumulative execution time, the columns of the ps
command output have been widened. Customer scripts should not assume fixed output
columns.
Workaround: Scripts should use the -o option of the ps command.
For more information, see the ps(1) man page.
Command ping -v Does Not Work on IPv6 Addresses
(4984993)
The command ping -v fails when the command is applied to addresses that use Internet
Protocol version 6 (IPv6). The following error message is displayed:
ping: setsockopt IPV6_RECVRTHDRDSTOPTS Invalid argument
Workaround: None. To obtain the same ICMP packet information that ping -v provides, use
the snoop command.
Solaris Volume Manager
The following Solaris Volume Manager bugs apply to the Solaris 10 release.
Solaris Volume Manager metattach Command Might
Fail
If you have a Solaris Volume Manager mirrored root (/) file system in which the file system does
not start on cylinder 0, all submirrors you attach must also not start on cylinder 0.
If you attempt to attach a submirror starting on cylinder 0 to a mirror in which the original
submirror does not start on cylinder 0, the following error message is displayed:
can’t attach labeled submirror to an unlabeled mirror
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
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■
Ensure that both the root file system and the volume for the other submirror do not start on
cylinder 0.
Note – By default, the JumpStart installation process starts swap at cylinder 0 and the root (/) file
system somewhere else on the disk. Common system administration practice is to start slice 0 at
cylinder 0. Mirroring a default JumpStart installation with root on slice 0, but not cylinder 0, to
a typical secondary disk with slice 0 that starts at cylinder 0, can cause problems. This mirroring
results in an error message when you attempt to attach the second submirror. For more
information about the default behavior of Solaris installation programs, see the Solaris 10
Installation Guides.
Solaris Volume Manager metassist Command Fails in
Non-English Locales (5067097)
In non-English locales, the Solaris Volume Manager metassist command might fail to create
volumes. For example, if LANG is set to ja (Japanese), the following error message is displayed:
xmlEncodeEntitiesReentrant : input not UTF-8
Syntax of value for attribute read on mirror is not valid
Value "XXXXXX"(unknown word) for attribute read on mirror
is not among the enumerated set
Syntax of value for attribute write on mirror is not valid
Value "XXXXXX"(Parallel in Japanse) for attribute write on mirror
is not among the enumerated set
metassist: XXXXXX(invalid in Japanese) volume-config
Workaround: As superuser, set the LANG variable to LANG=C.
For the Bourne, Korn, and Bash shells, use the following command:
# LANG=C; export LANG
For the C shell, use the following command:
# setenv LANG C
Volume Creation Fails in Systems With Unformatted
Disks (5064066)
Creating Solaris Volume Manager volume configurations with the metassist command might
fail if an unformatted disk is in the system. The following error message is displayed:
metassist: failed to repartition disk
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Workaround: Manually format any unformatted disks before you issue the metassist
command.
Hot Spares Do Not Work Correctly When Solaris
Volume Manager RAID-1 (Mirror) or RAID-5 Volumes
Are Created in Disk Sets Built on Soft Partitions
(4981358)
If you create a Solaris Volume Manager RAID-1 (mirror) or RAID-5 volume in a disk set that is
built on top of a soft partition, hot spare devices do not work correctly.
Problems that you might encounter include, but are not limited to, the following:
■
A hot spare device might not activate.
■
A hot spare device status might change, indicating the device is broken.
■
A hot spare device is used, but resynced from the wrong drive.
■
A hot spare device in use encounters a failure, but the broken status is not reported.
Workaround: Do not use this configuration to create a Solaris Volume Manager RAID-1 or
RAID-5 volume in disk sets.
Solaris Volume Manager metadevadm Command Fails if
Logical Device Name No Longer Exists (4645721)
You cannot replace a failed drive with a drive that has been configured with the Solaris Volume
Manager software. The replacement drive must be new to Solaris Volume Manager software. If
you physically move a disk from one slot to another slot on a Sun StorEdge A5x00, the
metadevadm command fails. This failure occurs when the logical device name for the slice no
longer exists. However, the device ID for the disk remains present in the metadevice replica.
The following message is displayed:
Unnamed device detected. Please run ’devfsadm && metadevadm -r to resolve.
Note – You can access the disk at the new location during this time. However, you might need to
use the old logical device name to access the slice.
Workaround: Physically move the drive back to its original slot.
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Solaris Volume Manager metarecover Command Fails
to Update metadb Namespace (4645776)
If you remove and replace a physical disk from the system, and then use the metarecover -p -d
command to write the appropriate soft partition specific information to the disk, an open
failure results. The command does not update the metadevice database namespace to reflect the
change in disk device identification. The condition causes an open failure for each such soft
partition that is built on top of the disk. The following message is displayed:
Open Error
Workaround: Create a soft partition on the new disk instead of using the metarecover
command to recover the soft partition.
Note – If the soft partition is part of a mirror or RAID 5, use the metareplace command without
the -e option to replace the old soft partition with the new soft partition.
# metareplace dx mirror or RAID 5
old_soft_partition new_soft_partition
Sun Java Desktop System
This section describes issues that apply to the Sun Java Desktop System (Java DS) in the Solaris
10 OS.
Email and Calendar
This section describes issues related to Email and Calendars.
Problems With Using Multiple Attachments (6260583)
If you drag and drop email messages to a new email message body, the content of the new email
message is corrupted.
Workaround: To send multiple attachments, perform the following steps:
1. Select the messages you want to attach.
2. On the Menu bar, choose Action => Forward => Attached.
Alternatively, you can press Ctrl-J to send the messages.
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Problem With Changing Authentication Type (6246543)
After you change the authentication type for the incoming mail server, Email and Calendar
might not work correctly.
Workaround: Restart Email and Calendar.
Incomplete List of Contacts in Contact Folder (5088514)
After you import an LDAP Data Interchange Format file containing several contacts, only some
of the contacts are displayed in your contact folder. This is a display problem only. Email and
Calendar has imported all the contacts.
Workaround: Restart Email and Calendar.
Login Issues
This section describes login issue.
Login Error Message
You might encounter the following error message when you log in to a Java Desktop System
session:
Could not look up internet address for hostname.
This will prevent GNOME from operating correctly.
It may be possible to correct the problem by adding
hostname to the file /etc/hosts
Workaround: Ensure that your hostname is set up correctly in the /etc/hosts file. Perform the
following steps:
1. Set the hostname in the /etc/hosts file as follows:
127.0.0.1 localhost loghost hostname
localhost.localdomain
hostname is the name of your system.
2. Ensure that your hostname is listed in the /etc/nodename file. This file must also contain the
following line:
127.0.0.1 localhost loghost hostname
localhost.localdomain
$PATH issues (6247943)
When you log into Java Desktop System Release 3, your $PATH is set incorrectly to the following:
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/usr/bin::/usr/dt/bin:/usr/openwin/bin:/bin:
/usr/ucb:/usr/openwin/bin:/usr/dt/bin
Workaround: Remove the following from your $PATH:
■
■
■
/usr/openwin/bin:
/bin:
::
The resulting path should be similar to the following example:
/usr/bin:/usr/dt/bin:/usr/ucb:/usr/openwin/bin:/usr/dt/bin
Remote Connection Problems (6203727)
If you use dtlogin remote connection, you cannot connect to the GNOME Display Manager
from certain systems.
Workaround: When you are prompted to select the remote login, specify the IP address instead
of the hostname.
Help System
Wrong Help Window Opened For Volume Control (6253210)
If you use the Yelp browser to open the online help for Volume Control, the help file for the
Keyboard Accessibility panel application is opened instead.
Workaround: None.
Online Help Freezes (5090731)
If you open an application's online help and no help files exist for that application, an error
dialog box is displayed. Unless you click OK, the online Help system freezes and you cannot
open the online help of other applications that you start subsequently.
Workaround: You must click the OK button in the error dialog box.
Mozilla Browser
Cannot Print Certain Documents From the Mozilla Browser
You cannot print documents from the Mozilla browser if the documents contain Unicode
characters that are not in the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP).
Workaround: None.
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Cannot Specify User Preferences for Roaming Access in Mozilla Browser
(6200999)
In the Mozilla browser, you can specify that User Preferences should be transferred to and from
the Roaming Access server. You specify your Roaming Access option by following these steps:
1. On the browser, click Edit and select Preferences.
2. Select Roaming User, then select Item Selection.
3. On the right panel, select User Preferences.
However, the selection of User Preferences does not take effect.
Workaround: None.
Keyboard Shortcuts Fail (6192644)
In the Mozilla browser, you enable caret browsing by pressing F7. When caret browsing is
enabled, the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Home brings you to the beginning of the web page that you
are browsing. However, this keyboard shortcut does not work when you browse certain sites
such as www.yahoo.com and www.mozilla.org.
Workaround: Disable caret browsing by pressing F7.
System-Level Issues
User Preferences Not Fully Compatible
User preferences in your home account for an earlier version of the GNOME Desktop might be
partly incompatible with the version on the Java DS Release 3.
Workaround: Reset your preferences. Perform the following steps:
1. Log out of the Java Desktop System.
2. Click Session and choose Failsafe terminal.
3. Log in.
4. In the failsafe terminal window, enter the following commands:
% gnome-cleanup exit
5. Log in again.
Your GNOME preferences are now reset.
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GNU Image Manipulation Program Missing From the Graphics Menu
(6209566)
The GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) is not available in the Graphics menu.
Workaround: Perform the following steps.
1. Open a terminal window.
2. Edit the /usr/share/applications/gimp-2.0.desktop file.
3. Change the Exec and TryExec lines to add the full path to the GIMP binary:
TryExec=/usr/sfw/bin/gimp2.0
Exec=/usr/sfw/bin/gimp-remote-2.0 %u
Problems With Online Registration of StarOffice 7 Software (6208829)
You might be unable to complete the online registration of the StarOffice 7 software if the
software cannot find Mozilla on the system. The software must be able to locate the Email and
Calendar application to successfully send documents.
Workaround: Add /usr/sfw/bin to your PATH. Perform the following steps.
1. Open a terminal window.
2. Issue the following command:
% export PATH=/usr/sfw/bin:$PATH
3. To start the StarOffice software, issue the following command:
% soffice
4. Complete the StarOffice registration procedure.
Problems With Sound Recorder
The slide bar and the side counter do not work when the Sound Recorder is recording a
new.wav file.
Workaround: None.
Volume Control Option Not Working
The option in the Volume Control panel application that enables you to start the Volume
Control desktop applications does not work.
Workaround: None.
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Outdated List of Allowed Applications for Solaris OS
(6267922)
In the Solaris software, you restrict application launching by setting to true the
/desktop/gnome/lockdown/restrict_application_launching gonf key. This setting allows
only certain applications to appear on the Launch menu where you can start these applications.
The allowed applications are listed in the /desktop/gnome/lockdown/allowed_applications
gonf key.
Currently, the list includes applications that are outdated and are no longer included in the Java
Desktop System software. Moreover, the list also contains references to certain applications
with incorrect directory locations. Consequently, if you restrict application launching, certain
key applications such as Mozilla or StarOffice do not appear on the Launch menu.
Workaround: Perform the following steps.
1. Become superuser.
2. Remove the ~/.gconf/desktop/gnome/lockdown directory if the directory exists.
# rm -rf ~/.gconf/desktop/gnome/lockdown
3. Log out of the system and then log in again.
Problems When Using Keyboard Indicator (6245563)
Using the keyboard indicator might make the keyboard unusable when you switch between X
servers.
Workaround: None. Do not use the Keyboard Indicator.
Certain View Options Might Cause File Manager to Fail
(6233643)
The File Manager might fail if you use the following View options:
■
■
View as Catalog
View as Image Collection
Depending on the View options that you use, the following error messages might be displayed:
■
Error:
The application nautilus has quit unexpectedly
■
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The Catalog view encountered an error while starting up
■
Error:
The Image Collection view encountered an error while starting up
Workaround: None. Every time these problems occur, restart File Manager or click the Restart
Application button on the crash dialog box.
CD Quality, Lossless Mode Fails at Start of Recording
(6227666)
If you use the Sound Recorder multimedia application in CD Quality, Lossless mode, the
application fails when recording starts. The following error message is displayed:
The Application "gnome-sound-recorder" has quit unexpectedly.
Workaround: Perform the following steps.
1. Become superuser.
2. Issue the following command:
# GCONF_CONFIG_SOURCE=xml::/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults
/usr/bin/gconftool-2 --makefile-install-rule
/etc/gconf/schemas/gnome-audio-profiles.schemas
In addition, existing users must perform the following steps.
1. If the gnome-audio-profiles-properties application is running, stop the application by
closing the application window.
2. If the profile cdlossless exists in ~/.gconf/system/gstreamer/audio/profiles, remove
the profile.
% rm ~/.gconf/system/gstreamer/audio/profiles/cdlossless
3. Log out of the system and then log in again.
Cannot Delete Files Outside of Home Directory
(6203010, 5105006)
You can only delete files from your own home directory file system.
Workaround: To delete files outside your home directory file system, open a terminal window
and use the command line.
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Problems Creating Certain Types of Archives
(5082008)
You cannot use Archive Manager to create the following types of archives:
■
■
■
■
■
.arj
.lha
.bzip
.lzop
.zoo
Workaround: None.
System Administration
This section describes system administration bugs in Solaris 10 OS.
Solaris Trusted Extensions Administration Tools
Display Incorrect Labels (6478436)
Solaris Trusted Extensions administration tools such as the Solaris Management Console
(SMC) and tninfo might not display the ADMIN_LOW or ADMIN_HIGH labels. Instead the
administration tools might incorrectly display labels like PUBLIC and CNF : RESTRICTED.
This incorrect display of labels can result in misconfigured systems. For example, the SMC
might incorrectly display PUBLIC for a zone when the actual default label is ADMIN_LOW. Because
of incorrect label display the zone fails to boot.
The error is because the default label view is EXTERNAL when it should be INTERNAL. This causes
ADMIN_LOW to be promoted to the minimum user label and ADMIN_HIGH to be demoted. As a
result, the administration tools incorrectly display the lowest and highest labels defined instead
of correctly displaying ADMIN_LOW and ADMIN_HIGH.
Workaround: Perform the following steps:
1. Install Solaris Trusted Extensions but do not reboot the system.
2. Edit your label encodings file. The default label_encodings file is
/etc/security/tsol/label_encodings. Add the following line in the LOCAL DEFINITIONS
section:
Default Label View is Internal;
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x86: Uninstallation of Solaris Trusted Extensions Fails
(6460106)
Uninstallation of Solaris Trusted Extensions on x86 systems fails. On rebooting the system, the
following error message is displayed:
NOTICE: template type for bge0 incorrectly configured
Change to CIPSO type for 129.146.108.249
ifconfig: setifflags: SIOCSLIFFLAGS: bge0: Invalid argument
NOTICE: bge0 failed: Cannot insert CIPSO template for
local addr 129.146.108.249
ip_arp_done: init failed
The system then hangs.
Workaround: Perform the following steps:
1. Uninstall Solaris Trusted Extensions but do not reboot the system.
2. Run the following commands.
# touch /etc/system
# bootadm update-archive
3. Reboot the system.
Using patchadd With the -R Option To Specify an
Alternative Root Path From Systems That Are Not
Zones Aware Should Be Restricted (6464969)
On systems running a Solaris release that is not zones aware, using patchadd -R, or any
command that accepts the -R option to specify an alternate root path for a global zone that has
non-global zones installed, will not work.
In contrast with the error message that is displayed by using the luupgrade [-t, -T, -p, -P]
command, no error message regarding the use of appropriate command-level restrictions is
displayed in this instance.
There is no indication that the -R option did not work. As a result of the failure of the
command, Solaris 10 packages or patches are not installed on any of the installed non-global
zones.
This problem occurs while installing and uninstalling packages or patches.
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Note – The -R option works if the alternate boot environment has configured non-global zones,
but no installed non-global zones. However, to avoid a potential problem, or if you are not sure
whether there are any installed non-global zones used as the alternate root path, restrict the use
of the -R option in all instances.
For more information, see the following man pages :
■
■
■
■
patchadd(1M)
patchrm(1M)
pkgadd(1M)
pkgrm(1M)
Workaround 1: Upgrade the OS to at least the Solaris 10 1/06 release.
If you are running the Solaris 10 3/05 release, install the following patches to enable the use of
commands that accept the -R option to create an alternate root path:
■
■
Patch ID 119254-19 for SPARC based systems
Patch ID 119255-19 for x86 based systems
Workaround 2: Restrict the use of the patchadd -R command or any command that accepts
the -R option to create an alternate root path.
Instead, boot the alternate root, for example, the Solaris 10 release, as the active OS. Then install
and uninstall the Solaris 10 packages and patches without using the -R option.
Upgrade to Solaris 10 11/06 or Changing Specific
Device Configurations Might Break PCI/PCIe Hotplug
Administration (6466526)
The cfgadm command displays ApIds that might be incorrect or inconsistent with the format
that is specified in the cfgadm_pci(1M) man page. This inconsistency occurs under the
following circumstances:
■
Upgrading to the Solaris 10 11/06 release
■
Swapping hardware of PCI or PCI Express (PCIe) attachment points at the same physical
location. For example, replacing an expansion chassis at the same location.
No specific error message is displayed. However, the cfgadm command might display one of the
following:
■
■
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If the ApId does not work, then the cfgadm command will display a corresponding error
message.
Workaround: Remove all PCI and PCIe links under the /dev/cfg directory and then run the
command, devfsadm -C. The PCI and PCIe links are displayed as ApIds in:
cfgadm -s "select=class(pci)"
smosservice or smdiskless Is Broken Due to wbem
Issues (6378956)
The smosservice or smdiskless command might not work because of a dependency on JDKTM
1.5 release.
The following error message is displayed:
/usr/sadm/bin/smosservice list -u <user> -p <password> Exception in thread "main"
java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError:
com/sun/management/viperimpl/console/BaseConsoleOptionsManager
(Unsupported major.minor version 49.0)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass0(Native Method)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass(ClassLoader.java:539)
at java.security.SecureClassLoader.defineClass(SecureClassLoader.java:123)
at java.net.URLClassLoader.defineClass(URLClassLoader.java:251)
at java.net.URLClassLoader.access$100(URLClassLoader.java:55)
at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(URLClassLoader.java:194)
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(URLClassLoader.java:187)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:289)
at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(Launcher.java:274)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:235)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClassInternal(ClassLoader.java:302)
Workaround:
Set the JAVA_HOME variable to point to a JDK 1.5 installation.
# JAVA_HOME=/usr/java
Sun Patch Manager Tool 2.0 Not Compatible With
Previous Versions
A system that runs the Sun Patch Manager Tool 2.0 can manage remote systems that run Patch
Manager Tool, including Sun Patch Manager Tool 1.0.
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However, a system with an earlier version of Patch Manager Tool cannot manage remote
systems that run Patch Manager Tool 2.0. Earlier versions include the following:
■
■
Sun Patch Manager Base Software 1.x
Sun Patch Manager Tool 1.0
Note – Common Information Model/Web Based Enterprise Management (CIM/WBEM)
support for Patch Manager Tool does not exist in the Solaris 8 OS. Consequently, remote
management with Patch Manager does not apply to Solaris 8 systems.
Sun Remote Services Net Connect Supported Only in
the Global Zone
Sun Remote Services (SRS) Net Connect is supported only in the global zone. Error messages
are displayed if you perform one of the following actions:
■
You install SRS Net Connect in a local zone.
■
SRS Net Connect is installed in the global zone at the time a local zone is created.
The error messages are as follows:
*** package SUNWcstu failed to install interactive administration required:
Interactive request script supplied by package
pkgadd: ERROR: request script did not complete successfully
Installation of SUNWcstu was suspended (interaction required).
No changes were made to the system.
*** package SUNWfrunc failed to install interactive administration required:
Interactive request script supplied by package
pkgadd: ERROR: request script did not complete successfully
Installation of SUNWfrunc was suspended (interaction required).
No changes were made to the system.
Workaround: Ignore the error messages.
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Error or Warning Messages Might Be Displayed While
Installing Non-global Zones With the zoneadm
Command
While installing a non-global zone by using the zoneadm command, error or warning messages
might be displayed during package installation. The messages are similar to the following
example:
Preparing to install zone zone1.
Creating list of files to copy from the global zone.
Copying 2348 files to the zone.
Initializing zone product registry.
Determining zone package initialization order.
Preparing to initialize 790 packages on the zone.
Initialized 790 packages on zone.
Zone zone1 is initialized.
Installation of the following packages generated errors:
SUNWjhrt SUNWmcc SUNWjhdev SUNWnsb SUNWmcon SUNWmpatchmgr
Installation of the following packages generated warnings:
SUNWj3rt SUNWmc SUNWwbmc SUNWmga SUNWdclnt SUNWlvma SUNWlvmg
SUNWrmui SUNWdoc SUNWpl5m SUNWpmgr
Problems about package installation are also recorded in
/export/zone1/root/var/sadm/system/logs/install_log which contains a log of the zone
installation.
Workaround: None.
Note – The non-global zone can still be used even though these messages have been reported.
Issues with package installation existed in earlier Solaris Express and Solaris 10 Beta releases.
However, no notification about these problems was being generated. Beginning with this
Solaris release, these errors are now properly reported and logged.
SPARC: Error Messages Displayed During Dynamic
Reconfiguration (6312424)
During dynamic reconfiguration (DR), error messages might be displayed. The messages are
displayed if you perform DR while input and output operations are active on devices that are in
the DR path. After the messages are displayed, the input and output operations are retried and
eventually succeed. The following is a sample that is displayed:
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Jul 28 12:23:19 qame10-a scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING:
/ssm@0,0/pci@19,700000/SUNW,qlc@2,1/fp@0,0/ssd@w2100000c5056fa13,0 (ssd6):
Jul 28 12:23:19 qame10-a
transport rejected fatal error
Jul 28 12:22:08 qame10-a scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING:
/ssm@0,0/pci@19,700000/SUNW,qlc@2,1/fp@0,0/ssd@w2100000c5056f9a7,0 (ssd36):
Jul 28 12:22:08 qame10-a
SCSI transport failed: reason ’timeout’:
retrying command
Workaround: None. Ignore the error messages.
Error Messages Displayed by pkgchk After You Remove
Patches for Zones (6267966)
The patchadd and patchrm commands work improperly in non-global zones with inherited file
systems. Consequently, in those zones, the pkgchk command might generate error messages
about packages under the following circumstances:
1. In the global zone, you apply patches for the Solaris 10 zone system by using the patchadd
command.
2. You use the patchrm command to remove patches that you just recently applied.
3. In a non-global zone with inherited file systems, you check with the pkgchk command for
information about a package in any of the removed patches.
The following sample message is displayed when the pkgchk command is used on SUNWcsu
under the circumstances previously listed.
# pkgchk SUNWcsu
ERROR: /usr/lib/inet/certdb
modtime <04/26/05 10:55:26 PM> expected <01/23/05 01:48:24 AM> actual
file size <36012> expected <42152> actual
file cksum <37098> expected <19747> actual
ERROR: /usr/lib/inet/certlocal
modtime <04/26/05 10:55:26 PM> expected <01/23/05 01:48:24 AM> actual
file size <44348> expected <84636> actual
Workaround: None. The errors are harmless. Ignore the error messages.
Race Condition Between EF/kcfd and IPsec Algorithm
Availability (6266083)
Systems with the Solaris 10 3/05 HW1 release might cause problems with IPsec. This problem
might occur on a freshly installed system or a system that imports a large number of new Service
Management Facility (SMF) manifests during the boot. After these booting conditions, IPsec,
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which is part of svc:/network/initial:default, might be initialized prior to the encryption
framework, which is part of svc:/system/cryptosvc:default. Because authentication or
encryption algorithms are not available, creation of IPsec security associations might fail with
an error message such as the following:
PF_KEY error: type=ADD, errno=22:
Invalid argument, diagnostic code=40:
Unsupported authentication algorithm
For example, this error might occur when using DR on a Sun Fire E25K system, which involves
IPsec services.
Workaround: Before performing operations that use IPsec services, perform the following
steps after a boot that imports a large number of new SMF manifests:
1. Issue this command after booting:
ipsecalgs -s
2. If /etc/inet/secret/ipseckeys exists on the system, also issue this command:
ipseckey -f /etc/inet/secret/ipseckeys
Now you can perform actions that create IPsec security associations, such as using DR on a Sun
Fire E25K system.
This procedure needs to be repeated only when a large number of new SMF manifests are
imported during the boot.
Solaris Product Registry Administration Utility Fails to
Launch in a Zone (6220284)
If you attempt to launch the Solaris Product Registry administration utility in a zone, the
attempt fails. During the zone installation, productregistry, the Solaris Product Registry
database, is not duplicated in the zone. Consequently, the utility cannot run in a zone.
Workaround: As superuser, copy the productregistry database to the zone.
# cp /var/sadm/install/productregistry zone_path/var/sadm/install/
In the previous command, zone_path is the path to the root directory of the zone that you
created.
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Cannot Delete Existing Diskless Clients From the
System (6205746)
If you use the smdiskless command to delete a diskless client, the command fails. The diskless
client is not removed from the system databases. The following error message is displayed:
Failing with error EXM_BMS.
Workaround: Unshare the /export partition before adding the client.
Net Connect 3.1.1 Installation Fails (6197548)
Installation of Net Connect 3.1.1 fails if you select the product at the beginning of a full Solaris
10 installation. This failure occurs when you are installing by using the Solaris 10 Operating
System DVD. At the completion of the OS installation, the following error message is recorded
in the Net Connect install log in /var/sadm/install/logs/:
Installation of SUNWSRSPX failed.
Error: pkgadd failed for SUNWsrspx
Install complete. Package: SUNWsrspx
Workaround: After the OS installation is completed, follow these steps:
1. Insert the Solaris 10 Operating System DVD or the Solaris 10 Software - CD 4.
2. Change to the directory of the Net Connect product.
3. Run the Net Connect installer.
Note – To download the latest version of the Sun Net Connect software and release notes, go to
the Sun Net Connect portal at https://srsnetconnect.sun.com.
SPARC: smosservice delete Command Does Not
Successfully Remove All Directories (6192105)
If you use the smosservice delete command to remove a diskless client service, the command
does not successfully remove all the service directories.
Workaround: Follow these steps.
1. Make sure that no clients exist that use the service.
# unshare /export/exec/Solaris_10_sparc.all
# rm -rf /export/exec/Solaris_10_sparc.all
# rm -rf /export/exec/.copyofSolaris_10_sparc.all
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#
#
#
#
#
#
rm
rm
rm
rm
rm
rm
-rf
-rf
-rf
-rf
-rf
-rf
/export/.copyofSolaris_10
/export/Solaris_10
/export/share
/export/root/templates/Solaris_10
/export/root/clone/Solaris_10
/tftpboot/inetboot.sun4u.Solaris_10
2. Remove the following entry from the /etc/bootparams file.
fs1-24 boottype=:os
Note – Remove this entry only if this file server does not provide functions or resources for
any other services.
3. Remove the following entry from the /etc/dfs/dfstab file.
share -F nfs -o ro /export/exec/Solaris_8_sparc.all/usr
4. Modify the /var/sadm/system/admin/services/Solaris_10 file.
■
If the file server is not Solaris_10, delete the file.
■
If the file server is Solaris_10, remove all entries after the first three lines. The deleted
lines indicate the service USR_PATH and SPOOLED ROOT packages in
/export/root/templates/Solaris_10 and the supported platforms.
patchadd Command Does Not Support Installing
Patches From an NFS Server (6188748)
If you use the patchadd command to install patches across the NFS from another system, the
command fails. The following example shows a patchadd operation that failed and the error
message that is displayed:
Validating patches...
Loading patches installed on the system...
[...]
Loading patches requested to install.
[...]
Checking patches that you specified for installation.
[...]
Approved patches will be installed in this order:
[...]
Checking local zones...
[...]
Summary for zones:
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[...]
Patches that passed the dependency check:
[...]
Patching global zone
Adding patches...
Checking installed patches...
Verifying sufficient filesystem capacity (dry run method)...
Installing patch packages...
Patch Patch_ID has been successfully installed.
See /var/sadm/patch/Patch_ID/log for details
Patch packages installed:
SUNWroute
[...]
Adding patches...
The patch directory
/dev/.SUNW_patches_0111105334-1230284-00004de14dcb29c7
cannot be found on this system.
[...]
Patchadd is terminating.
Workaround: Manually copy all of the patches to be installed from the NFS server to the local
system first. Then use the patchadd command to install the patches from the directory on the
local system where the patches were copied.
lucreate Command Does Not Create RAID-1 Volumes
(5106987)
If you use the lucreate command to create RAID-1 volumes (mirrors) that do not have device
entries in the /dev/md directory, the command fails. You cannot mirror file systems with the
lucreate command unless you first create the mirrors with Solaris Volume Manager software.
Workaround: Create the mirrored file systems with Solaris Volume Manager software, then
create the new boot environment with the lucreate command.
For more information about the lucreate command, see the lucreate(1M) or Solaris 10 11/06
Installation Guide: Solaris Live Upgrade and Upgrade Planning.
For more information about how to create mirrored file systems with Solaris Volume Manager
software, see Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide.
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SPARC: Stopping the System by Using Keyboard
Sequences Might Cause a System Panic (5061679)
If you attempt to stop the system by pressing keyboard sequences such as Stop-A or L1-A, the
system might panic. An error message similar to the following example is displayed:
panic[cpu2]/thread=2a100337d40: pcisch2 (pci@9,700000):
consistent dma sync timeout
Workaround: Do not use keyboard sequences to force the system to enter OpenBoot PROM.
Using the ipfs Command With -W Option Fails
(5040248)
The ipfs command saves and restores information about the state of the Network Address
Translation (NAT) and packet-filtering state tables. This utility prevents network connections
from being disrupted if the system reboots. If you issue the command with the -W option, ipfs
fails to save the kernel state tables. The following error message is displayed:
state:SIOCSTGET: Bad address
Workaround: None.
kill -HUP Does Not Always Cause the Agent to Reread
the snmpd.conf Configuration File (4988483)
After modifying the contents of snmpd.conf, you can issue the command kill -HUP snmp
Process ID. This command stops the snmp process. The command then sends a signal to the
System Management Agent's master agent (snmpd) to reread snmpd.conf and implement the
modifications that you introduced. The command might not always cause the master agent to
reread the configuration file. Consequently, using the command might not always activate
modifications in the configuration file.
Instead of using kill -HUP, restart the System Management Agent after adding modifications
to snmpd.conf. Perform the following steps:
1. Become superuser.
2. Type the following command:
# /etc/init.d/init.sma restart
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x86: Pressing the F4 Key During BIOS Bootup Fails to
Boot the Service Partition (4782757, 5051157)
You are booting a Sun LX50 which has a Service partition and Solaris 10 OS on x86 is installed.
Pressing the F4 function key to boot the Service partition, when given the option, causes the
screen to go blank. The system then fails to boot the Service partition.
Workaround: Do not press the F4 key when the BIOS Bootup Screen is displayed. After a
time-out period, the Current Disk Partition Information screen is displayed. Select the number
in the Part# column that corresponds to type=DIAGNOSTIC. Press the Return key. The system
boots the Service partition.
Solaris WBEM Services 2.5 Daemon Cannot Locate
com.sun Application Programming Interface
Providers (4619576)
The Solaris WBEM Services 2.5 daemon cannot locate providers that are written to the
com.sun.wbem.provider interface or to the com.sun.wbem.provider20 interface. Even if you
create a Solaris_ProviderPath instance for a provider that is written to these interfaces, the
Solaris WBEM Services 2.5 daemon does not locate the provider.
Workaround: To enable the daemon to locate such a provider, stop and restart the Solaris
WBEM Services 2.5 daemon.
# /etc/init.d/init.wbem stop
# /etc/init.d/init.wbem start
Note – If you use the javax API to develop your provider, you do not need to stop and restart the
Solaris WBEM Services 2.5 daemon. The Solaris WBEM Services 2.5 daemon dynamically
recognizes javax providers.
Some com.sun Application Programming Interface
Method Invocations Fail Under XML/HTTP Transport
Protocol (4497393, 4497399, 4497406, 4497411)
If you choose to use the com.sun application programming interface rather than the javax
application programming interface to develop your WBEM software, only Common
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Information Model (CIM) remote method invocation (RMI) is fully supported. Other
protocols, such as XML/HTTP, are not guaranteed to work completely with the com.sun
application programming interface.
The following table lists examples of invocations that execute successfully under RMI but fail
under XML/HTTP:
Method Invocation
Error Message
CIMClient.close()
NullPointerException
CIMClient.execQuery()
CIM_ERR_QUERY_LANGUAGE_NOT_SUPPORTED
CIMClient.getInstance()
CIM_ERR_FAILED
CIMClient.invokeMethod()
XMLERROR: ClassCastException
Cannot Modify File-System Mount Properties With
Solaris Management Console Mounts and Shares Tool
(4466829)
The Solaris Management Console Mounts and Shares tool cannot modify mount options on
system-critical file systems such as root (/), /usr, and /var.
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
■
Use the remount option with the mount command.
# mount -F file-system-type -o remount,
additional-mount-options \
device-to-mount mount-point
Note – Mount property modifications that are made by using the -remount option with the
mount command are not persistent. In addition, all mount options that are not specified in
the additional-mount-options portion of the previous command inherit the default values
that are specified by the system. See the man page mount_ufs(1M) for more information.
■
Edit the appropriate entry in the /etc/vfstab file to modify the file-system mount
properties, then reboot the system.
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3
System-Specific Issues
This chapter describes issues specific to Sun midrange and high-end servers. Current Sun
servers are part of the Sun Fire system family. Older servers are part of the Sun Enterprise
system family.
Note – The Sun Validation Test Suite release notes are now a separate document and can be
found at http://sun.com.
Note – Some of the issues and bugs in this chapter have been fixed in subsequent Solaris 10
releases. If you have upgraded your Solaris software, certain issues and bugs in this chapter
might no longer apply. To see which bugs and issues no longer apply to your specific Solaris 10
software, refer to Appendix A.
Dynamic Reconfiguration on Sun Fire High-End Systems
This section describes major domain-side DR bugs on the following Sun Fire high-end systems
that run the Solaris 10 software:
■
■
■
■
Sun Fire 25K
Sun Fire 20K
Sun Fire 15K
Sun Fire 12K
For information about DR bugs on Sun Management Services, see the SMS Release Notes for the
SMS version that is running on your system.
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Known Software and Hardware Bugs
The following software and hardware bugs apply to Sun Fire high-end systems.
Network Device Removal Fails When a Program Is Holding the Device
Open (5054195)
If a process is holding open a network device, any DR operation that would involve that device
fails. Daemons and processes that hold reference counts stop DR operations from completing.
Workaround: As superuser, perform the following steps:
1. Remove or rename the /rplboot directory.
2. Shut down NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server stop
3. Shut down Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server stop
4. Perform the DR detach operation.
5. Restart NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server start
6. Restart Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server start
Deleteboard Shows Leakage Error (4730142)
Warnings might be displayed when a DR command is executing on a system that is configured
with the SunSwift PCI card, Option 1032. These warnings appear on domains that are running
either the Solaris 8, Solaris 9, or Solaris 10 software. The following warning is an example:
Aug 12 12:27:41 machine genunix: WARNING:
vmem_destroy(’pcisch2_dvma’): leaked
These warnings are benign. The Direct Virtual Memory Access (DVMA) space is properly
refreshed during the DR operation. No true kernel memory leak occurs.
Workaround: To prevent the warning from being displayed, add the following line to
/etc/system:
set pcisch:pci_preserve_iommu_tsb=0
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GigaSwift Ethernet MMF Link Fails With CISCO 4003 Switch After DR
Attach
The link fails between a system with a Sun GigaSwift Ethernet MMF Option X1151A and
certain CISCO switches. The failure occurs when you attempt to run a DR operation on such a
system that is attached to one of the following switches:
■
CISCO WS-c4003 switch (f/w: WS-C4003 Software, Version NmpSW: 4.4(1))
■
CISCO WS-c4003 switch (f/w: WS-C4003 Software, Version NmpSW: 7.1(2))
■
CISCO WS-c5500 switch (f/w: WS-C5500 Software, Version McpSW: 4.2(1) and NmpSW:
4.2(1))
This problem is not seen on a CISCO 6509 switch.
Workaround: Use another switch. Alternatively, you can consult Cisco for a patch for the listed
switches.
Dynamic Reconfiguration on Sun Fire Midrange Systems
This section describes major issues that are related to DR on the following Sun Fire midrange
systems:
■
■
■
■
■
■
Sun Fire E6900
Sun Fire E4900
Sun Fire E6800
Sun Fire E4810
Sun Fire E4800
Sun Fire E3800
Minimum System Controller Firmware
Table 3–1 shows acceptable combinations of Solaris software and System Controller (SC)
firmware for each Sun Fire midrange system to run DR.
Note – To best utilize the latest firmware features and bug fixes, run the most recent SC firmware
on your Sun Fire midrange system. For the latest patch information, see
http://sunsolve.sun.com.
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TABLE 3–1 Minimum SC Firmware for Each Platform and Solaris Release
Platform
Solaris Release
Minimum SC Firmware
Sun Fire E6900/E4900 with
UltraSPARC IV+
Solaris 10 3/05 HW1 (a limited
release) or Solaris 10 1/06
5.19.0
E6900/E4900 without UltraSPARC Solaris 9 4/04
IV+
5.16.0
Sun Fire 6800/4810/4800/3800
Solaris 9 4/04
5.16.0
Sun Fire 6800/4810/4800/3800
Solaris 9
5.13.0
You can upgrade the system firmware for your Sun Fire midrange system by connecting to an
FTP or HTTP server where the firmware images are stored. For more information, refer to the
README and Install.info files. These files are included in the firmware releases that are
running on your domains. You can download Sun patches from http://sunsolve.sun.com.
Known DR Software Bugs
This section lists important DR bugs.
Network Device Removal Fails When a Program Is Holding the Device
Open (5054195)
If a process is holding open a network device, any DR operation that would involve that device
fails. Daemons and processes that hold reference counts stop DR operations from completing.
Workaround: As superuser, perform the following steps:
1. Remove or rename the /rplboot directory.
2. Shut down NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server stop
3. Shut down Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server stop
4. Perform the DR detach operation.
5. Restart NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server start
6. Restart Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server start
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Cannot Unconfigure cPCI Board With a Disabled Port 0 (4798990)
On Sun Fire midrange systems, a CompactPCI (cPCI) I/O board cannot be unconfigured when
Port 0 (P0) on that board is disabled. This problem exists in Solaris 10 and Solaris 9 software. It
also exists in Solaris 8 software that has one or more of the following patches installed:
■
■
Patch ID 108528–11 through 108528–29
Patch ID 111372–02 through 111372–04
The error also occurs only during DR operations that involve cPCI boards. An error message
similar to the following example is displayed:
# cfgadm -c unconfigure NO.IB7
cfgadm: Hardware specific failure: unconfigure N0.IB7: Device
busy:/ssm@0,0/pci@1b,700000/pci@1
NO.IB7 is a CompactPCI I/O Board with P0 disabled.
Workaround: Disable the slots instead of Port 0.
Sun Enterprise 10000 Release Notes
This section describes issues that involve the following features on the Sun Enterprise 10000
server:
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System Service Processor requirement
Dynamic reconfiguration (DR)
InterDomain Networks (IDNs)
Solaris Operating System on Sun Enterprise 10000 domains
Note – The Solaris 10 software can be run on individual domains within a Sun Enterprise 10000
system. However, the Sun Enterprise 10000 System Service Processor is not supported by this
release.
System Service Processor Requirement
The SSP 3.5 software is required on your System Service Processor (SSP) to support the Solaris
10 software. Install the SSP 3.5 on your SSP first. Then you can install or upgrade to the Solaris
10 OS on a Sun Enterprise 10000 domain.
The SSP 3.5 software is also required so that the domain can be properly configured for DR
Model 3.0.
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Dynamic Reconfiguration Issues
This section describes different issues that involve dynamic reconfiguration on Sun Enterprise
10000 domains.
DR Model 3.0
You must use DR 3.0 on Sun Enterprise 10000 domains that run the Solaris OS beginning with
the Solaris 9 12/03 release. DR model 3.0 refers to the functionality that uses the following
commands on the SSP to perform domain DR operations:
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addboard
moveboard
deleteboard
showdevices
rcfgadm
You can run the cfgadm command on domains to obtain board status information. DR model
3.0 also interfaces with the Reconfiguration Coordination Manager (RCM) to coordinate the
DR operations with other applications that are running on a domain.
For details about DR model 3.0, refer to the Sun Enterprise 10000 Dynamic Reconfiguration User
Guide.
DR and Bound User Processes
For this Solaris release, DR no longer automatically unbinds user processes from CPUs that are
being detached. You must perform this operation before initiating a detach sequence. The drain
operation fails if CPUs are found with bound processes.
Network Device Removal Fails When a Program Is Holding the Device
Open (5054195)
If a process is holding open a network device, any DR operation that would involve that device
fails. Daemons and processes that hold reference counts stop DR operations from completing.
Workaround: As superuser, perform the following steps:
1. Remove or rename the /rplboot directory.
2. Shut down NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server stop
3. Shut down Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server stop
4. Perform the DR detach operation.
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5. Restart NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server start
6. Restart Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server start
Enabling DR 3.0 Requires an Extra Step in Certain Situations (4507010)
The SSP 3.5 software is required for a domain to be properly configured for DR 3.0. After
upgrading your SSP to SSP 3.5, when DR 3.0 is enabled on the domain, run the following
command:
# devfsadm -i ngdr
InterDomain Networks
For a domain to become part of an InterDomain Network, all boards with active memory in
that domain must have at least one active CPU.
OpenBoot PROM Variables
Before you issue the boot net command from the OpenBoot PROM prompt (OK), verify that
the local-mac-address? variable is set to false. This setting is the factory default setting. If the
variable is set to true, you must ensure that this value is an appropriate local configuration.
Caution – A local-mac-address? that is set to true might prevent the domain from successfully
booting over the network.
In a netcon window, you can use the following command at the OpenBoot PROM prompt to
display the values of the OpenBoot PROM variables:
OK printenv
To reset the local-mac-address? variable to the default setting. use the setenv command:
OK setenv local-mac-address? false
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Dynamic Reconfiguration on Sun Enterprise Midrange
Systems
This section contains the latest information about dynamic reconfiguration (DR) functionality
for the following midrange servers that are running the Solaris 10 software:
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Sun Enterprise 6x00
Sun Enterprise 5x00
Sun Enterprise 4x00
Sun Enterprise 3x00
For more information about Sun Enterprise Server Dynamic Reconfiguration, refer to the
Dynamic Reconfiguration User's Guide for Sun Enterprise 3x00/4x00/5x00/6x00 Systems. The
Solaris 10 release includes support for all CPU/memory boards and most I/O boards in the
systems that are mentioned in the preceding list.
Supported Hardware
Before proceeding, make sure that the system supports dynamic reconfiguration. If your system
is of an older design, the following message appears on your console or in your console logs.
Such a system is not suitable for dynamic reconfiguration.
Hot Plug not supported in this system
The following I/O boards are not currently supported:
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Type 2 (graphics)
Type 3 (PCI)
Type 5 (graphics and SOC+)
Software Notes
This section provides general software information about DR.
Enabling Dynamic Reconfiguration
To enable dynamic reconfiguration, you must set two variables in the /etc/system file. You
must also set an additional variable to enable the removal of CPU/memory boards. Perform the
following steps:
1. Log in as superuser.
2. Edit the /etc/system file by adding the following lines:
set pln:pln_enable_detach_suspend=1
set soc:soc_enable_detach_suspend=1
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3. To enable the removal of a CPU/memory board, add this line to the file:
set kernel_cage_enable=1
Setting this variable enables the memory unconfiguration operation.
4. Reboot the system to apply the changes.
Quiesce Test
You start the quiesce test with the following command:
# cfgadm -x quiesce-test sysctr10:slot number
On a large system, the quiesce test might run for up to a minute. During this time no messages
are displayed if cfgadm does not find incompatible drivers.
Disabled Board List
Attempting to connect a board that is on the disabled board list might produce an error
message:
# cfgadm -c connect sysctrl0:slotnumber
cfgadm: Hardware specific failure: connect failed:
board is disabled: must override with [-f][-o enable-at-boot]
To override the disabled condition, two options are available:
■
Using the force flag (-f)
# cfgadm -f -c connect sysctrl0:slot number
■
Using the enable option (-o enable-at-boot)
# cfgadm -o enable-at-boot -c connect sysctrl0:slot
number
To remove all boards from the disabled board list, choose one of two options depending on the
prompt from which you issue the command:
■
From the superuser prompt, type:
# eeprom disabled-board-list=
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■
From the OpenBoot PROM prompt, type:
OK set-default disabled-board-list
For further information about the disabled-board-list setting, refer to the “Specific NVRAM
Variables” section in the Platform Notes: Sun Enterprise 3x00, 4x00, 5x00, and 6x00 Systems
manual. This manual is part of the documentation set in this release.
Disabled Memory List
Information about the OpenBoot PROM disabled-memory-list setting is published in this
release. See “Specific NVRAM Variables” in the Platform Notes: Sun Enterprise 3x00, 4x00,
5x00, and 6x00 Systems in the Solaris on Sun Hardware documentation.
Unloading Detach-Unsafe Drivers
If you need to unload detach-unsafe drivers, use the modinfo line command to find the module
IDs of the drivers. You can then use the module IDs in the modunload command to unload
detach-unsafe drivers.
Self-Test Failure During a Connect Sequence
Remove the board from the system as soon as possible if the following error message is
displayed during a DR connect sequence:
cfgadm: Hardware specific failure: connect failed: firmware operation error
The board has failed self-test, and removing the board avoids possible reconfiguration errors
that can occur during the next reboot.
The failed self-test status does not allow further operations. Therefore, if you want to retry the
failed operation immediately, you must first remove and then reinsert the board.
Known Bugs
The following list is subject to change at any time.
Network Device Removal Fails When a Program Is Holding the Device
Open (5054195)
If a process is holding open a network device, any DR operation that would involve that device
fails. Daemons and processes that hold reference counts stop DR operations from completing.
Workaround: As superuser, perform the following steps:
1. Remove or rename the /rplboot directory.
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2. Shut down NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server stop
3. Shut down Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server stop
4. Perform the DR detach operation.
5. Restart NFS services.
# sh /etc/init.d/nfs.server start
6. Restart Boot Server services.
# sh /etc/init.d/boot.server start
Memory Interleaving Set Incorrectly After a Fatal Reset (4156075)
Memory interleaving is left in an incorrect state when a Sun Enterprise5 x500 server is rebooted
after a fatal reset. Subsequent DR operations fail. The problem only occurs on systems with
memory interleaving set to min.
Workaround: Choose one of the following options:
■
To clear the problem, manually reset the system at the OK prompt.
■
To avoid the problem, set the NVRAM memory-interleave property to max.
The second option causes memory to be interleaved whenever the system is booted.
However, this option might be unacceptable because a memory board that contains
interleaved memory cannot be dynamically unconfigured. See “Cannot Unconfigure a
CPU/Memory Board That Has Interleaved Memory (4210234)” on page 157.
Cannot Unconfigure a CPU/Memory Board That Has Interleaved
Memory (4210234)
To unconfigure and subsequently disconnect a CPU board with memory or a memory-only
board, first unconfigure the memory. However, if the memory on the board is interleaved with
memory on other boards, the memory cannot currently be unconfigured dynamically.
Memory interleaving can be displayed by using the prtdiag or the cfgadm commands.
Workaround: Shut down the system before servicing the board, then reboot afterward. To
permit future DR operations on the CPU/memory board, set the NVRAM memory-interleave
property to min. See also “Memory Interleaving Set Incorrectly After a Fatal Reset (4156075)”
on page 157 for a related discussion about interleaved memory.
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Cannot Unconfigure a CPU/Memory Board That Has Permanent
Memory (4210280)
To unconfigure and subsequently disconnect a CPU board with memory or a memory-only
board, first unconfigure the memory. However, some memory cannot currently be relocated.
This memory is considered permanent.
Permanent memory on a board is marked “permanent” in the cfgadm status display:
# cfgadm -s cols=ap_id:type:info
Ap_Id Type Information
ac0:bank0 memory slot3 64Mb base 0x0 permanent
ac0:bank1 memory slot3 empty
ac1:bank0 memory slot5 empty
ac1:bank1 memory slot5 64Mb base 0x40000000
In this example, the board in slot3 has permanent memory and so cannot be removed.
Workaround: Shut down the system before servicing the board, then reboot afterward.
cfgadm Disconnect Fails When Running Concurrent cfgadm Commands
(4220105)
If a cfgadm process is running on one board, an attempt to simultaneously disconnect a second
board fails. The following error message is displayed:
cfgadm: Hardware specific failure:
disconnect failed: nexus error during detach:address
Workaround: Run only one cfgadm operation at a time. Allow a cfgadm operation that is
running on one board to finish before you start a cfgadm disconnect operation on a second
board.
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C H A P T E R
4
End-of-Software Support Statements
This chapter lists end-of-software support statements.
Note – The Solaris 10 OS media kit contains not only the Solaris 10 OS software, but also an
extensive set of bonus software. The information provided on
http://www.sun.com/service/serviceplans/solaris/10/ lists the components of the
Solaris 10 OS media kit. It also shows the support provided for these components under the
SunSpectrum program and Sun Software Support contracts.
Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
The following features might not be supported in a future release of the Solaris software.
GNOME Viewer for PDF and PostScript Files
The GNOME viewer for PDF and PostScriptTM files, might not be available in a future Solaris
release. A replacement application is expected to enable viewing of PDF and PostScript files.
The Graphical Smartcard Admin Interface
The graphical Smartcard admin interface sdtsmartcardadmin(1M) may not be available in
future Solaris releases. The same functionality is available in the smartcard(1M) command.
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
iButton Smartcard
The Dallas Semiconductor iButton Java Card Smartcard and OpenCard Framework (OCF)
terminal driver, as described in ocf_ibutton(7d) might not be supported in future Solaris
releases. Users should migrate to other Smartcard devices that are supported by
libpcsclite(3lib).
Cyberflex Smartcard
The Cyberflex Smartcard might not be supported by the pam_smartcard(5) and
smartcard(1m) commands in future Solaris releases. Users should migrate to other Smartcard
devices and cards that are supported by libpcsclite(3lib).
PAM Smartcard
The PAM Smartcard module pam_smartcard(5) might not be available in future Solaris
releases.
OCF/SCF Smartcard Framework
The OCF/SCF Smartcard framework may not be available in a future Solaris releases. The
functionality of ocfserv(1M) will be provided by pcscd(1M). The card provisioning
functionality of smartcard(1M) will be provided by muscletool(1M). The driver configuration
functionality provided by smartcard(1M) is generally not necessary with pcscd(1M), however,
when required system administrators can edit the reader.conf(4) file.
SCF Smartcard APIs
The SmartCard Framework (SCF) interfaces exported by libsmartcard and smartcard.jar
may not be available in future Solaris releases. These interfaces are now obsolete. New C
applications should be written to use the PS/SC interfaces exported from libpscslite(3lib).
There is no planned replacement for the SCF Java interfaces at this time.
Remote Program Load Server Funtionality
The Remote Program Load (RPL) server functionality available through rpld(1M) and
rpld.conf(4) may not be available in a future release of Solaris.
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Transition From ipge to e1000g NIC Driver as the
Default Ethernet Driver for Sun4V Systems
The ipge driver and all its SUNWipge packages for Sun4V systems might not be available with
a future release of Solaris. Starting with the Solaris 10 11/06 release, Ontario and other SPARC
based platforms transition from ipge to e1000g drivers. The e1000g driver will be the default
Ethernet driver for all Sun platforms that use Intel 1G chipsets.
Solstice Enterprise Agents Support
The following Solstice Enterprise AgentsTM (SEA) agents, libraries, and packages might not be
supported in a future Solaris release:
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■
■
SEA-based SNMP master agent and sub agents
libssagent and libssasnmp libraries
SUNWsacom, SUNWsasnm, SUNWmibii packages
The System Management Agent (SMA) provides similar functionality for the aforementioned
sources.
Mozilla 1.X Support
The MozillaTM 1.X software might not be supported in a future Solaris release. Equivalent
software is expected to be available in a future release.
32-bit x86: Extended Memory File System Support
The extended memory file system (xmemfs) might not be supported in a future Solaris release.
For more information, see the xmemfs(7FS) man page.
Standard Type Services Framework Support
Standard Type Service Framwork (STSF) might not be available in a future Solaris release.
This includes the following:
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■
■
■
libST and libXst libraries
xstls command
stfsloader service
XST extension to Xsun and Xorg servers
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
You can find this functionality in one of the following alternative sources:
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■
libX11
libXft2
SPARC: jfca Driver Support
The JNI Fibre Channel Adapter (jfca) driver might not be available in a future Solaris release.
For more information, see the jfca(7D) man page.
zic -s Option Support
The -s option in the zic command might not be available in a future Solaris release.
For more information, see the zic(1M) man page.
Removable Volume Management Support
The volume management daemon (vold), volume management file system (volfs), and the
associated volume management commands might not be included in a future Solaris release.
Automatic mounting and unmounting of removable media will continue to be supported.
For more information, see the vold(1M) and volfs(7FS) man pages.
32-bit x86: Controller Devices and Drivers
The following devices might not be supported in a future Solaris release:
■
■
■
IBM PC ServeRAID SCSI
IBM ServeRAID II Ultra SCSI
IBM ServeRAID-3 Ultra2 SCSI
In addition, device drivers written for these controllers might not be supported.
64-bit SPARC: Dual Basic Rate ISDN Interface and
Multimedia Codec Chips
T5900FC Dual Basic Rate ISDN Interface (DBRI) and associated multimedia codec chips might
not be supported in a future Solaris release. In addition, device drivers written for these devices
might not be supported.
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SPARC: Certain Drivers Might Not be Supported in a
Future Solaris Release
The following drivers might not be supported in a future Solaris release:
■
SUNWrtvc: Device driver for the SunVideoTM real-time video capture and compression card
■
SUNWdial: Streams module for the Dials and Buttons devices
■
SUNWdialh: Header files for the Dials and Buttons devices
Automated Security Enhancement Tool Support
The checksum functionality provided by Automated Security Enhancement Tool (ASET) in the
/usr/aset directory might not be available in a future Solaris release.
You can find this functionality in one of the following alternative sources:
■
■
■
The basic audit reporting tool, bart, in Solaris 10 OS
The Solaris Security Toolkit found at http://www.sun.com/software/security/jass/
The Solaris Fingerprint Database found at
http://sunsolve.sun.com/pub-cgi/show.pl?target=content/content7
Asian Short dtlogin Names
The following Asian short locale names might not be listed in the dtlogin language list in a
future release:
■
■
■
zh
ko
zh_TW
Beginning with Solaris 8 release, new ISO-standard locale names have been provided, including
the following locale names:
■
■
■
■
■
■
zh_CN.EUC
zh_CN.GBK
zh_CN.UTF-8
ko_KR.EUC
ko_KR.UTF-8
zh_TW.EUC
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
Audit Daemon Interfaces
The following interfaces that are used by the Solaris audit daemon might not be supported in a
future release:
■
■
auditsvc(2)
audit_data(4)
Cfront Runtime Support Library
The library libC.so.3 is the runtime support library for programs that are compiled by the
Cfront C++ compiler C++ 3.0. Neither the compiler nor programs that are created by the
compiler run on Solaris 10 OS. The library might not be supported in a future release of Solaris.
Configuration Assistant's fp Plug-in Hardware Options
The following options of the configuration administration's (cfgadm) fp plug-in might not be
supported in a future Solaris release:
■
■
show_FCP_dev
unusable_FCP_dev
Device Allocation Interfaces For the Basic Security
Module
The following components of the device allocation mechanism of the Basic Security Module
might not be included in a future release of the Solaris software:
■
■
■
mkdevalloc(1M)
mkdevmaps(1M)
/etc/security/dev
Obsolete Device Driver Interfaces
Some device driver interfaces (DDI) might not be supported in a future release.
The following table lists the DDI interfaces that might not be supported, along with the
preferred DDI interface alternatives.
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Obsolete Interface
Preferred Interface
mmap
devmap
identify
set to nulldev
copyin
ddi_copyin
copyout
ddi_copyout
ddi_dma_addr_setup
ddi_dma_addr_bind_handle
ddi_dma_buf_setup(9F)
ddi_dma_buf_bind_handle
ddi_dma_curwin
ddi_dma_getwin
ddi_dma_free
ddi_dma_free_handle
ddi_dma_htoc
ddi_dma_addr[buf]_bind-handle
ddi_dma_movwin
ddi_dma_getwin
ddi_dma_nextseg
ddi_dma_nextcookie
ddi_dma_nextwin
ddi_dma_nextcookie
ddi_dma_segtocookie
ddi_dma_nextcookie
ddi_dma_setup
ddi_dma_*_handle
ddi_dmae_getlim
ddi_dmae_getattr
ddi_getlongprop
ddi_prop_lookup
ddi_getlongprop_buf
ddi_prop_lookup
ddi_getprop
ddi_prop_get_in
ddi_getproplen
ddi_prop_lookup
ddi_iopb_alloc
ddi_dma_mem_alloc
ddi_iopb_free
ddi_dma_mem_free
ddi_mem_alloc
ddi_dma_mem_alloc
ddi_mem_free
ddi_dma_mem_free
ddi_map_regs
ddi_regs_map_setup
ddi_prop_create
ddi_prop_update
ddi_prop_modify
ddi_prop_update
ddi_segmap
see devmap
ddi_segmap_setup
devmap_setup
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Obsolete Interface
Preferred Interface
ddi_unmap_regs
ddi_regs_map_free
free_pktiopb
scsi_free_consistent_buf
get_pktiopb
scsi_alloc_consistent_buf
makecom_g0
scsi_setup_cdb
makecom_g0_s
scsi_setup_cdb
makecom_g1
scsi_setup_cdb
makecom_g5
scsi_setup_cdb
scsi_dmafree
scsi_destroy_pkt
scsi_dmaget
scsi_init_pkt
scsi_pktalloc
scsi_init_pkt
scsi_pktfree
scsi_destroy_pkt
scsi_resalloc
scsi_init_pkt
scsi_resfree
scsi_destroy_pkt
scsi_slave
scsi_probe
scsi_unslave
scsi_unprobe
ddi_peek{c,s,l,d}
ddi_peek{8,16,32,64}
ddi_poke{c,s,l,d}
ddi_poke{8,16,32,64}
in{b,w,l}
ddi_get{8,16,32}
out{b,w,l}
ddi_put{8,16,32}
repins{b,w,l}
ddi_rep_get{8,16,32}
repouts{b,w,l}
ddi_rep_put{8,16,32}
Device Management Entries in power.conf
The Device Management entries in the power.conf file might not be supported in a future
release. Similar capability is provided by the Automatic Device Power Management entries in
the Solaris 10 software.
For more information, see the power.conf(4) man page.
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Device Support and Driver Software
The following table lists devices and driver software that might not be supported in a future
release.
TABLE 4–1 Device and Driver Software
Name of Physical Device
Name of Driver
Type of Card
AMI MegaRAID host bus adapter, first generation
mega
SCSI RAID
Compaq 53C8x5 PCI SCSI, and Compaq 53C876 PCI cpqncr
SCSI
SCSI HBA
Compaq SMART-2/P Array Controller and Compaq
SMART-2SL Array Controller
SCSI RAID controller
smartii
Form and Menu Language Interpreter
The Form and Menu Language Interpreter (FMLI) commands are obsolete and might not be
supported in a future Solaris release. The obsolete commands include the following:
■
■
/usr/bin/fmli
/usr/bin/vsig
Host Files in /etc/net/ti*
The host files in /etc/net/ti* are no longer consulted in the Solaris Operating System, though
these files remain in the Solaris software. In a future Solaris release, these host files might be
entirely removed.
Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition 1.4
Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE Platform) 1.4 might not be included in a future Solaris
release. J2SE 5.0 software, the default Java version in the Solaris 10 OS, is a compatible
replacement for J2SE 1.4 technology.
Kerberos Ticket Lifetime Parameters in krb5.conf
The Kerberos Ticket Lifetime parameters, max_life and max_renewable_life, might no
longer be supported in a future release of the Solaris OS. These parameters are in the
appdefaults section of the /etc/krb5/krb5.conf file. Instead of these parameters, use
max_lifetime and renew_lifetime in the libdefaults section of /etc/krb5/krb5.conf.
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
Korean CID Fonts
Korean CID fonts will not be supported in a future release. You can use the Korean TrueType
fonts that are included in the Solaris software as a replacement for Korean CID fonts.
Legacy or Traditional Non-UTF-8 Locales
Sun is adopting Unicode for character encoding. Therefore, except for zh_CN.GB18030 and C
locales, non-UTF-8 locales might be removed as the Java Desktop System login locale in a
future Solaris release.
Functions in the CPU Performance Counters Library
(libcpc)
Hardware performance counters enable the measurement of many different hardware events
that are related to CPU behavior. The following functions in the CPU Performance Counters
library (libcpc) might not be supported in a future Solaris OS release:
cpc_access
cpc_bind_event
cpc_count_sys_events
cpc_count_usr_events
cpc_event_accum
cpc_event_diff
cpc_eventtostr
cpc_getcciname
cpc_getcpuref
cpc_getcpuver
cpc_getnpic
cpc_getusage
cpc_pctx_bind_event
cpc_pctx_invalidate
cpc_pctx_rele
cpc_pctx_take_sample
cpc_rele
cpc_seterrfn
cpc_shared_bind_event
cpc_shared_close
cpc_shared_open
cpc_shared_rele
cpc_shared_take_sample
cpc_strtoevent
cpc_take_sample
cpc_version
cpc_walk_names
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New functions have been added to the library in Solaris 10 OS. Developers who have code that
utilizes the interfaces in the preceding list should instead use the following corresponding new
functions:
cpc_open
cpc_close
cpc_set_create
cpc_set_destroy
cpc_set_add_request
cpc_set_request_preset
cpc_buf_create
cpc_buf_destroy
cpc_bind_curlwp
cpc_bind_pctx
cpc_bind_cpu
cpc_unbind
cpc_set_sample
cpc_buf_sub
cpc_buf_add
cpc_buf_copy
cpc_buf_zero
cpc_buf_get
cpc_buf_set
cpc_buf_hrtime
cpc_buf_tick
cpc_walk_requests
cpc_walk_events_all
cpc_walk_events_pic
cpc_walk_attrs
cpc_enable
cpc_disable
cpc_caps
cpc_npic
cpc_cpuref
cpc_cciname
cpc_seterrhndlr
See the cpc(3CPC) man page for details.
libXinput Library
The libXinput.so.0 library might not be provided in a future release of the Solaris software.
The libXinput.so.0 library was provided for backward compatibility with X11R4 applications
that were built by using the draft standard X Input API of Solaris 2.1 and Solaris 2.2. The X11
standard X Input Extension library, libXi, was integrated in Solaris 2.3.
All applications that rely on the libXi API should be built by using the libXi shared library for
future compatibility and standards conformance.
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
Network Information Service Plus (NIS+) Name
Service Type
NIS+ might not be supported in a future release. Tools to aid in the migration from NIS+ to
LDAP are available in the Solaris 9 software. For more information, visit
http://www.sun.com/directory/nisplus/transition.html.
nstest Test Program
The nstest is an interactive DNS test program to construct and send DNS queries. This
program might no longer be supported in a future Solaris OS release. The same functionality
that is provided by this test program is available by using the dig and nslookup commands.
Perl Version 5.6.1
Perl version 5.6.1 might not be supported in a future Solaris OS release. Perl version 5.8.4, the
default version in the Solaris 10 OS, is not binary compatible with Perl version 5.6.1. However,
the earlier version is still retained in this Solaris release. Customized modules that are installed
by the customer must be rebuilt and reinstalled to use Perl version 5.8.4. Modify any scripts that
require the use of version 5.6.1 to specifically use version 5.6.1 of the interpreter instead of
version 5.8.4. The interpreters of the respective Perl versions are located in the following
directories:
Perl 5.6.1
/usr/perl5/5.6.1/bin/perl
Perl 5.8.4
/bin/perl, /usr/bin/perl, or /usr/perl5/bin/perl
Solaris Management Console Patch Tool (Patch
Manager)
The Solaris Management Console patch tool, Patch Manager, might not be available in a future
release.
Solstice Enterprise Agents
Solstice Enterprise Agents might not be supported in a future release.
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
Standalone Router Discovery
The /usr/sbin/in.rdisc implementation of the IPv4 ICMP Router Discovery protocol might
not be supported in a future release of the Solaris software. A near-equivalent version of this
protocol, which is implemented as a component of /usr/sbin/in.routed, supports an
enhanced administrative interface. The /usr/sbin/in.routed component supports the
implementation of Routing Information Protocol (RIP) version 2. The /usr/sbin/in.routed
component also has the ability to distinguish Mobile IP advertisements from Router Discovery
messages.
Sun Fire Link Interfaces
The Sun Fire Link Interfaces might no longer be supported in a future Solaris release.
Sun Java Desktop System Applications
The following applications in the Java DS, Release 3, might be removed from a future release.
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■
■
■
■
■
■
Sun Java Calendar Preview
GNOME Keyboard Layout Switcher
JDS Diagram Editor
JDS Java Text Editor
JDS Java Dictionary
JDS Disk Analyzer
JDS Image Organizer
JDS Mr. Project
Token Ring and Fiber Distributed Data Interface
Device Types
Support for token ring (DL_TPR) and Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) device types in
generic LAN driver (GLD) might be removed in a future Solaris release. After the removal is
implemented, drivers for token ring or FDDI that rely on this support in GLD cease to function.
However, other drivers or applications that do not use this support are not affected. To test
whether a driver relies on GLD, run the following script:
#!/bin/sh
#
# Test a driver binary for use of GLD
#
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
for file
do
/usr/ccs/bin/nm $file | /bin/awk ’
/\|gld_register$/
{ isgld=1; }
END {
if (isgld)
print file, "uses GLD";
else
print file, "does not use GLD";
}’ file=$file
done
For more information about generic LAN driver, see the gld(7D) man page as well as “Writing
Device Drivers”.
WBEM-based Dynamic Reconfiguration
The feature known as WDR - Web-Based Enterprise Management Dynamic Reconfiguration might not be supported in a future release of the Solaris Operating System. WDR is currently
supported on Sun Fire midrange and high-end systems.
XIL Interface
The XILTM interface might not be supported in a future release. An application that uses XIL
causes the following warning message to be displayed:
WARNING: XIL OBSOLESCENCE
This application uses the Solaris XIL interface
which has been declared obsolete and may not be
present in version of Solaris beyond Solaris 9.
Please notify your application supplier.
The message can be suppressed by setting the environment variable
"_XIL_SUPPRESS_OBSOLETE_MSG.
xetops Utility
The xetops utility might not be supported in a future release. The xetops utility converts an
Asian text file to a PostScript file. This conversion enables Asian characters to be printed on
PostScript printers that do not have resident Asian fonts.
Similar capability is provided in the mp command, which has been enhanced to support all of the
native Asian encodings with more options and functionality.
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Features That Might Be Removed in a Future Release
x86: Xsun DDX Modules, Library, and Related Files
Certain DDX modules for Xsun might be removed from a future Solaris release. These modules
are used when you configure the Xsun X server on the kdmconfig screen, Video Device
Selection, by selecting an entry that is not prefixed with “XF86.” The files affected by this notice
include the following:
■
Files in the /usr/openwin/server/modules directory whose names do not have the
ddxSUNWxf86 prefix
■
The /usr/openwin/server/lib/libaccel.so.1 library
■
Files with the .xga suffix under the
/usr/openwin/share/etc/devdata/SUNWaccel/boards directory
Sun recommends that for your preferred X server, use the Xorg X server whose DDX modules
provide comparable functionality to the Xsun X server. However, if you use the Xsun X server,
you can still use the XFree86 DDX modules. These are modules with the prefix ddxSUNWxf86
and whose entries in the kdmconfig screen, Video Device Selection, begin with “XF86.” These
modules provide comparable functionality to the Xsun DDX modules that might be removed.
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173
174
5
C H A P T E R
5
Documentation Issues
This chapter describes known issues that are related to documentation.
Discontinuation of Swedish Documentation
Starting with the Solaris 10 11/06 release, documents will not be translated into Swedish. For all
the latest information, see the English documents on http://docs.sun.com/.
Application Server Documentation Refers to Derby Database
Instead of Java DB
Application Server documentation refers to the Java DB database as “Derby.” Replace all
references to “Derby” with Java DB. The database is installed to /usr/appserver/javadb.
Documents on the Software Supplement CD
Beginning with Solaris 10 Operating System, the Supplement CD no longer exists. The
documents that were formerly supplied on the Supplement CD can now be found at
http://docs.sun.com. The rest of the CD's contents reside elsewhere in the Solaris kit or on
Sun Microsystems' web site.
175
System Administration Guide: Basic Administration
System Administration Guide: Basic Administration
This section describes corrections to specific chapters in the System Administration Guide:
Basic Administration.
Note – Beginning with the Solaris 10 1/06 release, this section no longer applies to the Solaris
documentation.
Managing Diskless Clients (Tasks)
In Step 4 of “How to Add a Diskless Client,” the command to verify whether a diskless client has
been added should read as follows:
4. Verify that the diskless clients were installed.
# /usr/sadm/bin/smdiskless list -H host-name:898 --
Solaris 10 Start Here and Solaris 10 Installation Guides
Note – Beginning with the Solaris 10 1/06 release, this section no longer applies to the Solaris
documentation.
The Solaris 10 Start Here and Solaris 10 Installation Guides incorrectly indicate that Sun Java
Enterprise System is installed by default in the Solaris 10 release. To install Sun Java Enterprise
System with the Solaris 10 OS, you must perform a custom installation.
The following documents incorrectly state that Sun Java Enterprise System is installed by
default during a Solaris 10 installation.
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Basic Installations
■
■
Planning for a Solaris Installation From CD or DVD Media (Tasks) — Checklist for
Installation
Installing With the Solaris Installation Program (Tasks)
■
■
176
Step 9 of SPARC: To Install or Upgrade With the Solaris Installation Program
Step 17 of x86: To Install or Upgrade With the Solaris Installation Program
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
Solaris 10 Documentation and Man Pages
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Network-Based
Installations
■
Solaris Installation and Upgrade (Roadmap) — Task Map: Installing or Upgrading the
Solaris Software
■
Gathering Information Before Installation or Upgrade (Planning)
■
■
Checklist for Installation
Checklist for Upgrading
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Solaris Live Upgrade and
Upgrade Planning
■
Solaris Installation and Upgrade (Roadmap) — Task Map: Installing or Upgrading the
Solaris Software
■
Gathering Information Before Installation or Upgrade (Planning) — Checklist for
Upgrading
Solaris 10 Installation Guide: Custom JumpStart and
Advanced Installations
See Solaris Installation and Upgrade (Roadmap) — Task Map: Installing or Upgrading the
Solaris Software.
Solaris 10 Start Here
See Install the Solaris 10 OS.
Solaris 10 Documentation and Man Pages
The company S2io has changed its name to Neterion. All references to S2io in the Solaris 10
documentation and man pages should read Neterion.
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177
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A
A P P E N D I X
A
Table of Integrated Bug Fixes in the Solaris 10
Operating System
The tables in this appendix list bugs in these Release Notes that have been fixed in the Solaris 10
OS. For bugs that no longer apply to your Solaris 10 OS, refer to the table that corresponds to
the specific release that you are using.
Note – The tables are only partial lists. Other fixed bugs in the operating system that were not
previously documented in the Release Notes are excluded from these tables. For a complete list,
refer to the Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List. The Patch List identifies bugs that have been
fixed by specific patches that were applied to the current release. The list includes bugs that have
not been documented in the Release Notes.
Fixed and Integrated Bugs
TABLE A–1 Bugs Fixed in the Solaris 10 11/06 Software
CR Number
Title
6444457, 6444791 Upgrade of System With Zones Installed Fails
6429880
Deadkeys Not Working With GTK Applications on Xsun in EMEA UTF-8 Locales
6421216
ufsrestore Does Not Use acl_set() For Setting ACLs
6397893
Creating a Solaris Flash Archive Fails When the End User Solaris Software Group is
Installed
6388988
IIIMF Packages Might Not be Installed
6377106
Java Problem Prevents Accessibility Environment for Speech From Setting Up Correctly
6372197
After Installing the OS with a Solaris Flash Archive, Problem With Displaying Console
179
Fixed and Integrated Bugs
TABLE A–1 Bugs Fixed in the Solaris 10 11/06 Software
CR Number
180
(Continued)
Title
6371273
LUN Numbers Greater Than 256 Are Treated Differently by 2–Gbyte and 4-Gbyte QLogic
HBAs
6363449
BIOS Hangs on Reboot After Using ZFS on Sun Ultra 20 or Sun Fire X2100
6363262
Numerous Mozilla Menu Entries Are Garbled in the Russian Locale
6358227
Postinstallation Problems With Whole Root Zone, Diskless Client, and Solaris Live
Upgrade
6351923
Time Settings Might Cause Key Combinations to Fail to Start Assistive Technologies in
the Sun Java Desktop System
6350819
Problem With Choosing a Terminal Type When Installing Solaris 10 1/06 Software
6348316
Systems With Multiple CPUs Might Hang During Installation or System Boot
6346843
Bulgarian Locale Uses Russian Character Map
6346204
Undetected Write Errors in NFSv4 Client With Full File System
6340714
Launch Menu Cannot Be Opened With Ctrl-Esc
6336069
Error Occurs When You Upgrade a Solaris Live Upgrade Boot Environment With CD or
DVD Media
6334517
Problems With dtlogin When Using UTF-8 Locales
6329929
Problems Configuring Preferences With the GNOME On-Screen Keyboard
6329642
Loadkeys Warnings Appear When System Is Booted From Solaris OS DVD
6314583
Serbian Locale Uses Russian Character Map
6303564
SUNWceuow Package Improperly Upgraded if Symbolic Links to Solaris OS Are Changed
6301627
Reinitializing Link on a Server in a Storage Area Network Causes Logical Unit Number on
All Servers to Reset
6300863
Solaris Install Launcher Exiting Causes Reboots
6288488
du Reports Wrong Size Information on RAID-Z
6222925
Installation Fails When You Install Solaris Flash Archive on Empty Boot Environment
With Solaris Live Upgrade
6214222
Resolving Issues With AccessKeyMouseListeners
6221374
svccfg import Subcommand Does Not Refresh Dependent Services
6219932
Compose Key Sequences Might Not Work When You Use X Keyboard Extension in Some
Locales
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Fixed and Integrated Bugs
TABLE A–1 Bugs Fixed in the Solaris 10 11/06 Software
CR Number
(Continued)
Title
6219176
patchadd Fails to Reapply Patches to Newly Installed Packages
6218158
Java Error Messages Are Displayed After a Solaris 10 OS Installation
6216195
Non-Global Zones Created After Patching Global Zones Are Not Accessible by Remote
Login Services
6215847
Solaris 10 Installation Disc Ejects When You Install the Solaris Flash Archive
6215739
Solaris GUI Installation Program Fails If You Configure Nonprimary Interface and Enable
DHCP
6211279
Desktop Icons Invisible on Second Desktop System
6209619
Using USB 2.0 Hubs With USB 1.x Devices Might Cause System Panic
6208656
Solaris Installation GUI Might Fail When You Install Solaris Flash Archive
6204987
EHCI Driver Unusable in Certain Motherboards
6204976
Problems When Saving Attachments With Localized Content
6203680
Using FireWire–1394 Storage Devices Might Cause System Panic
6200924
Pausing USB Audio Devices During Play or Record Operation Might Cause System
Deadlock
6192995
Default C Library Might Cause Boot Failure When You Install Solaris Flash Archives
6189823
localeadm -l Does Not List Installed Korean Locale Packages
6173972
Some Keyboard Keys Not Functioning With Num Lock Key On
5090222
SPARC: GigaSwift Fast and Gigabit Ethernet Devices With Revision IDs Lower Than 32
Might Cause System Panic
5087588
Installation Logs Might Be Incomplete or Inaccurate
5077933
Devices Not Immediately Available in Fabric Zones in a Storage Area Network
5062026
SPARC: Panics That Occur During Suspend and Resume Cycles Might Cause the System
to Hang
5062018
Systems With Active Kernel Debugger Might Panic During Suspend/Resume Cycles
5042573
Some UTF-8 Locales Are Unavailable in the Common Desktop Environment Login
Service
5042195
Only Part of the Disk Is Usable by fdisk or format Commands
5030842
Some Systems With USB 2.0 Hardware Might Hang or Panic
4992478
Permissions for Mount Points Not Preserved in Created Boot Environment
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181
Fixed and Integrated Bugs
TABLE A–1 Bugs Fixed in the Solaris 10 11/06 Software
CR Number
(Continued)
Title
4937266
Cannot Type Multibyte Characters in Text Editor 2.9.1
4915974
Solstice DiskSuite Configurations Not Converted to Solaris Volume Manager Format
When You Upgrade With Solaris Live Upgrade
4720192, 6215918 /dev and /devices/pseudo Permissions Set Incorrectly After Installation
182
4704046
Error Messages Might Be Seen When Installing Solaris By Using a Network Image
4640568
Systems With Multiple Interfaces Recognize All Interfaces as Usable After Installation or
Upgrade
4506562
Solaris Bandwidth Manager Sometimes Causes System Panic During DR Operations
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B
A P P E N D I X
B
Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
The patches that are listed in this appendix have been applied to the Solaris 10 Operating
System in one of the following ways:
■
SolStart
These patches are located in the /var/sadm/patch directory on an installed system.
■
Freshbits technology
These patches were applied when the Solaris 10 OS was created. Therefore, these patches are
not located in the /var/sadm/patch directory.
The showrev -p command provides a list of all patches that were applied to the installed
system, regardless of how they were applied. The Solaris 10 software includes a known and
tested level of patches. However, patches cannot be backed out of the Solaris 10 release.
Note – The Solaris 10 software contains special patches that perform tasks that are specific to the
Solaris release installation images. These patches are specific to each Solaris software release and
do not apply to other systems or releases of the Solaris software. Do not attempt to download or
install these patches on other systems or installations of the Solaris OS.
SPARC Patch List
■
117447-01 – SunOS 5.10: /usr/sbin/ntpdate patch
6237001
■
117463-03 – SunOS 5.10: passwdutil Patch
4996426 5007891 5096736
■
117465-02 – SunOS 5.10: fwtmp Patch
6180974
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SPARC Patch List
■
118367-04 – SunOS 5.10: csh Patch
6209912 6230795 6282038 6307905 6311438 6314637 6336149
■
118371-07 – SunOS 5.10: elfsign Patch
4987141 5019131 5057756 5099921 6196062 6214106 6214824 6216464 6218014 6218030 6220136
6221396 6222046 6222935 6238177 6238962 6239551 6258804 6258976 6259973 6265403 6268124
6282641 6283570 6301500 6317027 6326584 6331159 6333693 6340770 6347364 6348585 6367959
■
118373-01 – SunOS 5.10: mpstat Patch
6223353
■
118557-07 – SunOS 5.10: platform/sun4u/kernel/drv/sparcv9/su patch
5104883 6222697 6300839 6334314 6362844 6365805 6387359 6403830
■
118560-02 – SunOS 5.10: usr/bin/telnet patch
6234932 6317227
■
118564-03 – SunOS 5.10: libproc.so.1 patch
6237196 6301084
■
118566-01 – SunOS 5.10: patch usr/sbin/ping
6222209
■
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6258466
118666-06 – J2SE 5.0: update 6 patch
4836493
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SPARC Patch List
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6343111
5070081
6207824
6233005
6258006
6286864
5055567
5095117
6191542
6210088
6225440
6233169
6250517
6261304
6277659
5023243
5074530
5088703
5097939
5110117
6184718
6190713
6194024
6201185
6205494
6214784
6233287
5024379
5105765
6207079
6213461
6226589
6233573
6261510
6294558
6305653
6322568
6331269
6344735
5077603
6209695
6235633
6259991
6296218
5067517
5097015
6192422
6211480
6225605
6234804
6252770
6261558
6278491
5037521
5074836
5089312
5099360
6175601
6185342
6190873
6194838
6201302
6206764
6215407
6219668
5056403
6173972
6207830
6213473
6227551
6234174
5056445
5102695
6214916
6261423
6285124
6313320
6324827
6332148
5062649
5103041
6215050
6261681
6295519
6313541
6325354
6332962
5075580
6178071
6223076
6263644
6295591
6314144
6326015
6333676
118667-06 – J2SE 5.0: update 6 patch, 64bit
4836493
5086831
6189833
6232010
6271513
6305025
6318047
6326935
4924220
5089488
6193075
6234795
6274990
6306741
6319671
6327342
5013564
5093520
6201467
6242673
6275407
6309761
6319688
6328462
5018075
5093560
6206933
6245283
6279133
6309875
6320740
6329105
5023697
5098002
6209956
6245770
6280181
6310716
6322176
6330699
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
5056438
5098318
6214400
6257619
6280629
6312510
6322757
6330892
185
SPARC Patch List
6335114
6343401
6350975
6356458
6367204
6385940
6418103
5053844
6182812
6232954
6257260
6282084
6295680
6307455
6325315
6332350
6346725
5086160
6212440
6240755
6263814
6306172
5074396
5097241
6194668
6213128
6226269
6237349
6254466
6261980
4548788
5075526
6180194
6208366
6215109
6227874
6234219
4684153
5051880
5079729
5090555
5103449
6178366
6186650
6191064
6195632
6201644
6207322
6219639
186
6336111
6344778
6351064
6356527
6367496
6386556
6420264
5062222
6195469
6233622
6258466
6282891
6296125
6310737
6325748
6337834
6347132
5086424
6214543
6245809
6264872
4207472
5076514
5101391
6195301
6214132
6227033
6237552
6255782
6263857
4656461
5075546
6181598
6208545
6215480
6228205
6234909
4845692
5054010
5079742
5090643
5104239
6179014
6188839
6192124
6195718
6201884
6209613
6220829
6336600
6345314
6351343
6356753
6371069
6386588
6426318
5068014
6197534
6237688
6260834
6283270
6296410
6310858
5060628
6338436
6348045
5089317
6217210
6250214
6268365
4305459
5077866
5102490
6196089
6218454
6227583
6237654
6256476
6268145
4897333
5080386
6181784
6208676
6215746
6229377
6237671
4911491
5058132
5084004
5091805
5105410
6179233
6188959
6192223
6197664
6201952
6210721
6221563
6337338
6346265
6351682
6359084
6371531
6387271
6428554
5073778
6197726
6239400
6262235
6283361
6298940
6311255
6201802
6338891
4521075
5109224
6223265
6250749
6269854
4881314
5078280
5109602
6198522
6218682
6228585
6240586
6256477
6268876
4924758
5082319
6182685
6208712
6218309
6229965
6238128
4915324
5058463
5084812
5092058
5105917
6182630
6188963
6192448
6198632
6202061
6211220
6222071
6338472
6346688
6353684
6360774
6372116
6388917
6429118
5083062
6204620
6240876
6262572
6285301
6301771
6313317
6259137
6340079
4855860
6180936
6224811
6251460
6272715
4964339
5079751
6174596
6200138
6218987
6231186
6241743
6256728
6273094
4949631
5089985
6189106
6208965
6219491
6231054
6247771
4974531
5062118
5086089
5094112
5105918
6183297
6189072
6192845
6199000
6203504
6212165
6222449
6339806
6346871
6353783
6362628
6376865
6389026
6429143
5092063
6206166
6241823
6263272
6286011
6302769
6315358
6305157
6340202
4868278
6183734
6226827
6255285
6274390
4975824
5083441
6176318
6203233
6220064
6231936
6243108
6258508
6273975
4984794
5092094
6189594
6209095
6219495
6231145
6250165
4980122
5064088
5087395
5094138
5106044
6184225
6189657
6192907
6199899
6205320
6214159
6224433
6339951
6347370
6354368
6363528
6376884
6389503
4263904
5101898
6206441
6248507
6264252
6286189
6302904
6317122
6311051
6342738
4896773
6186280
6229389
6255949
6278597
5003235
5087208
6176814
6203483
6222034
6232039
6243400
6258681
6277246
4994329
5100483
6195099
6209342
6221549
6231216
6250473
4987923
5070730
5087826
5094505
5107852
6184713
6189687
6192944
6200343
6205321
6214166
6224438
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
6341549
6347516
6354728
6363904
6379615
6390605
4976239
5104215
6208022
6251458
6267930
6287191
6304225
6317178
6322301
6343024
5039416
6190413
6231029
6257124
6279126
5044738
5088035
6178395
6204669
6223691
6232513
6244063
6259113
6277266
5017051
5101128
6206216
6209737
6222350
6232417
6261499
5003402
5073407
5088701
5097131
5108694
6184715
6190277
6193821
6200960
6205414
6214369
6225348
6342404
6348224
6355295
6363986
6381630
6390821
4986256
6173783
6215625
6253848
6269555
6287601
6304650
6317278
6325504
6287164
5045217
6192376
6232485
6257182
6283161
5053272
5092850
6186747
6205422
6224591
6232607
6250286
6261269
6277315
5023873
5104960
6206839
6210227
6224405
6232636
6261509
5023243
5074530
5088703
5097939
5110117
6184718
6190713
6194024
6201185
6205494
6214784
6233287
6342457
6350061
6355363
6366491
6384849
6391650
5043245
6174229
6231602
6254441
6271298
6291034
6305546
6322521
6329042
6343111
5070081
6207824
6233005
6258006
6286864
5055567
5095117
6191542
6210088
6225440
6233169
6250517
6261304
6277659
5024379
5105765
6207079
6213461
6226589
6233573
6261510
5037521
5074836
5089312
5099360
6175601
6185342
6190873
6194838
6201302
6206764
6215407
6219668
6342951
6350901
6355402
6366599
6385825
6415362
5047307
6177732
6232820
6256473
6281384
6294558
6305653
6322568
6331269
6344735
5077603
6209695
6235633
6259991
6296218
5067517
5097015
6192422
6211480
6225605
6234804
6252770
6261558
6278491
5056403
6173972
6207830
6213473
6227551
6234174
4388541
5038903
5079429
5089429
5102082
6177059
6185483
6190987
6195181
6201464
6207138
6216277
SPARC Patch List
■
118676-02 – SunOS 5.10: patch for Solaris make and sccs utilities
6208430 5037057
■
118683-01 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for assembler
5069118 5071178 5079903 5093350 5090509 6192963 6236017 6253736
■
118705-01 – SunOS 5.10: XVR-1000 GFB Graphics Patch
4949649 6270426
■
118706-01 – SunOS 5.10: Creator and Creator3D: FFB Graphics Patch
6240103
■
118707-04 – SunOS 5.10: Expert3D IFB Graphics Patch
6239859 6278448 6297322 6266390 6319759
■
118708-13 – SunOS 5.10: Sun XVR-1200 and Sun XVR-600 Graphics Accelerator Patch
6202655 6205888 6210235 6244529 6248620 6250233 6260241 6266390 6278448 6279278 6293254
6297322 6311081 6319362 6368913 6364976 6440714
■
118711-02 – SunOS 5.10: M64 Graphics Patch
4950414 6269998
■
118712-10 – SunOS 5.10: Sun XVR-100 Graphics Accelerator Patch
5098578 6182271 6214907 6260233 6282798 6282999 6302266 6307293 6345888 6350133 6373835
6377359 6385527 6398532 6452445 6459541 6460135
■
118731-01 – SunOS 5.10: /usr/sbin/zonecfg patch
6229724
■
118733-03 – SunOS 5.10: snmpdx patch
6227115 6228341 6275006 6277029
■
118735-01 – SunOS 5.10: patch usr/sbin/rpc.nisd_resolv
6220055
■
118777-08 – SunOS 5.10: Sun GigaSwift Ethernet 1.0 driver patch
6266985 6255365 6277650 6273441 6223263 6238254 6261657 6251174 6279238 6266901 6218302
6280692 6304571 6216131 6255394 6214285 6310502 6356079 4770635 6358618 6358633 4763926
6236474 6390978 6227233 6388242 6345632 6385683 6438569 6434341 4722784 6451235
■
118814-01 – SunOS 5.10: patch platform/sun4u/kernel/tod/sparcv9/todsg
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
187
SPARC Patch List
6226428 6228652 6228655 6230025
■
118815-04 – SunOS 5.10: awk patch
5004023 5040318 5074811 5090114 6195584 6320514 6337300 6368966
■
118824-01 – SunOS 5.10: patch usr/bin/sparcv9/sort
6178339
■
118830-01 – SunOS 5.10: hme patch
5005976 5076750 6235003 6240490
■
1156383
4387797
4636944
4796051
4875624
4921452
4954703
5007714
5023079
5042855
5062435
5076562
5084421
5091442
5105010
6174574
6183621
6193468
6198351
6200160
6202564
6204983
6208058
6210668
6212797
6214180
6215065
6217001
6219132
6220069
6221306
6222529
6223580
6224934
188
1236941
4419428
4638717
4799697
4880976
4923208
4961433
5007726
5023670
5042924
5062645
5076976
5084452
5095432
5105717
6175313
6183842
6194015
6198405
6200295
6202573
6204987
6208532
6210697
6213074
6214472
6215444
6217370
6219142
6220169
6221490
6222535
6223583
6225262
118833-33 – SunOS 5.10: kernel patch
4034947
4471706
4644326
4818196
4885996
4927518
4967732
5010267
5024476
5044015
5065608
5079311
5085739
5096257
5106644
6175438
6184323
6194576
6198521
6200896
6203341
6205014
6208709
6210716
6213184
6214604
6215546
6217624
6219178
6220217
6221495
6222966
6223603
6225650
4063945
4486878
4670406
4818484
4886293
4928000
4968226
5013200
5029967
5045382
5066548
5080443
5085886
5096624
5106725
6177369
6185781
6194723
6198523
6200924
6203470
6205337
6208798
6210881
6213273
6214615
6216056
6217821
6219195
6220234
6221496
6223059
6223809
6225780
4108775
4500618
4691277
4841261
4892666
4931229
4972826
5016956
5031470
5046450
5067964
5080821
5087103
5096886
5106803
6178604
6186472
6195171
6198614
6200969
6203517
6206217
6209091
6210936
6213277
6214620
6216134
6217870
6219276
6220441
6221498
6223178
6223915
6225876
4117562
4511681
4712059
4845958
4898397
4932869
4995852
5016975
5034470
5047630
5068886
5081575
5087929
5096891
5106865
6178746
6186851
6196169
6198766
6201076
6203547
6206732
6209350
6211827
6213418
6214687
6216135
6218082
6219317
6220478
6221584
6223331
6224061
6225908
4165223
4521202
4727117
4849565
4905227
4934259
4997994
5016998
5036894
5049969
5070446
5083131
5088665
5099806
5108067
6179167
6187076
6196844
6198890
6201142
6203680
6207276
6209399
6211936
6213463
6214698
6216286
6218194
6219538
6220619
6221845
6223375
6224221
6226023
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
4256818
4599450
4745648
4853554
4908967
4938301
5004247
5017041
5039369
5052723
5073604
5083133
5089813
5099850
5108471
6180137
6189856
6196850
6198953
6201257
6203955
6207772
6209411
6212248
6213486
6214721
6216419
6218503
6219651
6220843
6222174
6223379
6224730
6226206
4294701
4621371
4763363
4855218
4909247
4939546
5004374
5017095
5039974
5058075
5076027
5083170
5090022
5099855
5108961
6180557
6190561
6196861
6199406
6201425
6204443
6207840
6209502
6212406
6213551
6214834
6216447
6218854
6219672
6221022
6222228
6223563
6224745
6226263
4316952
4626861
4782952
4872386
4913952
4951608
5004701
5018506
5041567
5061331
5076357
5084073
5090037
5102062
5109126
6181364
6191192
6197460
6199444
6201431
6204546
6207842
6209588
6212418
6213962
6214946
6216470
6219101
6219812
6221058
6222466
6223569
6224788
6226302
4352289
4634519
4792021
4873353
4915681
4954646
5005976
5019542
5042195
5062145
5076548
5084264
5090773
5102894
5110153
6182677
6192523
6197861
6200071
6202015
6204621
6207963
6209619
6212756
6214108
6215000
6216650
6219127
6219928
6221094
6222525
6223572
6224822
6226320
SPARC Patch List
6226326
6226776
6227744
6228655
6229583
6230315
6231207
6232332
6233184
6234108
6235044
6236382
6237066
6237669
6238533
6239671
6240490
6242831
6243697
6244819
6246138
6248555
6249712
6251093
6252176
6253027
6253747
6254960
6256056
6256372
6257917
6259653
6260557
6261803
6262353
6263338
6264845
6265183
6266921
6267718
6268693
6270398
6271688
6272652
6273875
6274965
6276916
6279001
6226332
6226862
6227872
6228709
6229676
6230528
6231263
6232414
6233388
6234227
6235086
6236513
6237078
6237779
6238601
6239708
6240663
6242869
6243897
6244897
6246787
6248591
6250211
6251504
6252197
6253028
6253788
6255078
6256094
6256393
6258024
6259731
6260568
6261805
6262563
6263907
6264903
6265240
6266922
6267731
6268697
6270528
6271759
6272865
6274126
6274969
6277017
6279317
6226345
6226920
6227893
6228871
6229754
6230552
6231288
6232422
6233613
6234363
6235318
6236514
6237149
6237793
6238679
6239801
6240925
6243046
6244042
6244980
6246875
6248724
6250256
6251611
6252395
6253030
6253955
6255351
6256111
6256554
6258318
6259768
6260673
6261853
6262573
6263927
6264966
6265425
6266969
6267741
6268943
6270710
6271814
6272867
6274493
6275398
6277084
6279331
6226357
6226968
6227895
6228874
6230025
6230700
6231461
6232564
6233615
6234449
6235348
6236521
6237197
6237799
6238686
6239895
6240956
6243241
6244217
6245008
6247143
6248910
6250345
6251625
6252398
6253031
6254258
6255593
6256152
6256813
6258433
6259809
6260679
6261859
6262789
6264169
6265027
6265542
6267117
6267759
6269064
6270748
6271950
6273098
6274517
6275414
6277108
6279506
6226421
6227029
6228017
6229034
6230033
6230925
6231502
6232579
6233624
6234486
6235370
6236552
6237355
6237801
6238996
6239984
6241299
6243341
6244310
6245233
6247310
6249127
6250374
6251659
6252403
6253033
6254303
6255609
6256157
6256824
6258528
6260039
6260780
6261946
6262887
6264225
6265068
6265569
6267352
6267778
6269246
6271033
6272461
6273261
6274647
6275431
6277224
6279569
6226426
6227041
6228044
6229087
6230117
6230951
6231804
6232586
6233919
6234506
6235959
6236594
6237357
6237823
6239011
6240160
6241305
6243434
6244315
6245378
6247392
6249138
6250382
6251722
6252407
6253388
6254364
6255668
6256158
6257150
6258738
6260210
6260923
6261990
6263065
6264415
6265086
6265652
6267670
6267828
6269285
6271075
6272550
6273373
6274712
6276036
6277304
6279871
6226428
6227074
6228203
6229128
6230133
6230979
6231877
6232748
6234004
6234594
6236000
6236617
6237359
6237899
6239064
6240205
6241739
6243444
6244317
6245467
6247399
6249409
6250386
6251754
6252411
6253496
6254433
6255670
6256245
6257177
6258834
6260355
6261032
6262249
6263070
6264443
6265087
6266140
6267671
6267902
6269465
6271314
6272563
6273374
6274840
6276048
6277362
6279932
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6226441
6227237
6228472
6229153
6230146
6230995
6231964
6232852
6234033
6234710
6236038
6236726
6237411
6237913
6239254
6240342
6241837
6243456
6244320
6245559
6247821
6249458
6250493
6251798
6252555
6253548
6254741
6255689
6256272
6257280
6259168
6260361
6261173
6262297
6263078
6264469
6265088
6266261
6267680
6268152
6269525
6271323
6272568
6273456
6274882
6276060
6277961
6280143
6226445
6227282
6228498
6229159
6230156
6231030
6232253
6232864
6234037
6234904
6236072
6236870
6237466
6238276
6239573
6240363
6241995
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6244328
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6260517
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6264473
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6266388
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6276242
6278369
6280180
6226484
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6228610
6229172
6230249
6231203
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6233064
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6235000
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6236942
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6248393
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6255872
6256317
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6259385
6260524
6261642
6262304
6263194
6264487
6265094
6266836
6267693
6268387
6270085
6271626
6272599
6273855
6274899
6276525
6278450
6280390
6226756
6227733
6228652
6229575
6230252
6231205
6232309
6233073
6234072
6235003
6236253
6236985
6237666
6238322
6239626
6240456
6242764
6243675
6244519
6246111
6248527
6249707
6251092
6252155
6252856
6253744
6254876
6255906
6256357
6257772
6259467
6260526
6261643
6262347
6263250
6264601
6265177
6266851
6267695
6268417
6270225
6271650
6272602
6273864
6274924
6276905
6278650
6280459
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SPARC Patch List
6280467
6281836
6282867
6284906
6287422
6288420
6289503
6291662
6293271
6296526
6298780
6299525
6301580
6302807
6303761
6305386
6306768
6308710
6310557
6312645
6313668
6314417
6316748
6318401
6321372
6322371
6324156
6326187
6326981
6328310
6330610
6331916
6332942
6333617
6335370
6336768
6337987
6338512
6339731
6340778
6342314
6343199
6344186
6346204
6347166
6349142
6349977
6350869
190
6280668
6281885
6282875
6284941
6287550
6288430
6290157
6291720
6293434
6296594
6298786
6299894
6301766
6303053
6303973
6305393
6306782
6308874
6310724
6312753
6313670
6314455
6316758
6318725
6321383
6322663
6324573
6326490
6327017
6328317
6330765
6332057
6332948
6333712
6335442
6337073
6338045
6338584
6339766
6340900
6342319
6343332
6344261
6346270
6347201
6349232
6350098
6350910
6280933
6282037
6282885
6284968
6287766
6288435
6290459
6291876
6294464
6296988
6298895
6300267
6301815
6303188
6304200
6305465
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6309061
6310736
6312960
6313684
6314504
6316876
6319100
6321578
6322672
6324589
6326499
6327336
6328752
6330830
6332245
6332961
6333763
6335522
6337123
6338046
6338653
6339777
6340983
6342422
6343344
6344455
6346500
6347453
6349247
6350363
6351165
6281038
6282049
6283314
6285253
6287771
6288440
6290542
6291896
6294490
6297186
6298924
6300289
6301944
6303210
6304378
6305854
6307395
6309270
6311016
6313025
6313788
6314743
6316907
6319113
6321591
6322770
6324745
6326502
6327693
6328906
6331032
6332260
6332983
6333857
6335549
6337131
6338081
6338660
6339808
6341003
6342630
6343544
6344639
6346529
6347726
6349262
6350389
6351378
6281100
6282121
6283493
6285447
6287776
6288448
6290652
6291901
6294727
6297318
6298972
6300406
6302130
6303214
6304654
6305935
6307652
6309430
6311048
6313214
6313837
6314894
6317091
6319119
6321768
6322966
6324927
6326505
6327762
6329568
6331093
6332352
6332990
6333880
6335611
6337136
6338131
6338767
6339812
6341045
6342807
6343566
6345179
6346582
6348147
6349315
6350407
6351422
6281113
6282291
6283565
6286335
6287954
6288488
6290673
6292032
6294867
6297432
6298974
6300734
6302322
6303260
6304736
6305938
6307994
6309515
6311460
6313259
6313842
6315610
6317239
6319881
6322005
6323319
6325213
6326531
6327920
6329593
6331154
6332594
6333184
6334302
6335629
6337341
6338258
6339177
6339847
6341429
6342813
6343774
6345556
6346617
6348244
6349440
6350416
6351451
6281147
6282340
6283577
6286341
6288090
6288882
6290788
6292054
6294902
6297503
6298981
6300960
6302553
6303398
6304858
6306023
6308117
6309525
6311865
6313308
6314073
6315667
6317693
6320011
6322028
6323322
6325408
6326533
6327929
6329696
6331250
6332630
6333195
6334433
6336163
6337355
6338289
6339319
6339942
6341629
6342823
6343874
6345641
6346769
6348407
6349487
6350499
6351664
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
6281150
6282386
6283601
6286625
6288246
6289017
6290877
6292076
6295417
6297523
6298989
6301112
6302652
6303405
6304890
6306072
6308155
6309829
6311869
6313403
6314115
6315921
6317940
6320763
6322165
6323393
6325893
6326547
6328144
6329796
6331370
6332638
6333456
6334510
6336322
6337437
6338316
6339376
6340699
6341664
6342824
6343908
6345690
6346926
6348423
6349839
6350501
6351843
6281281
6282389
6284239
6286781
6288308
6289134
6290936
6292433
6295752
6297798
6299049
6301218
6302747
6303424
6304902
6306150
6308352
6310343
6312173
6313410
6314243
6316452
6317947
6320968
6322179
6323554
6326006
6326564
6328230
6330256
6331878
6332821
6333461
6334799
6336380
6337450
6338338
6339377
6340735
6342066
6342966
6344008
6345818
6347011
6348581
6349845
6350587
6351973
6281300
6282392
6284455
6286916
6288337
6289141
6291309
6292943
6295971
6297856
6299091
6301274
6302751
6303530
6304904
6306529
6308356
6310408
6312354
6313488
6314245
6316463
6318183
6321149
6322205
6323732
6326077
6326583
6328286
6330278
6331880
6332874
6333506
6334882
6336467
6337564
6338386
6339404
6340766
6342112
6342977
6344065
6345897
6347105
6348751
6349900
6350643
6352085
6281689
6282776
6284597
6287398
6288365
6289440
6291547
6292950
6296379
6298484
6299476
6301419
6302789
6303569
6305207
6306717
6308380
6310438
6312508
6313638
6314321
6316557
6318306
6321197
6322231
6324019
6326078
6326937
6328296
6330408
6331883
6332941
6333508
6334921
6336748
6337636
6338401
6339683
6340768
6342194
6343017
6344138
6346183
6347109
6348868
6349926
6350831
6352347
SPARC Patch List
6352440
6354584
6356062
6357980
6359179
6361360
6363503
6365283
6366758
6367061
6367490
6368753
6370213
6371490
6372661
6375803
6377085
6378652
6380387
6382016
6384568
6385446
6388273
6390175
6391117
6392401
6394404
6395977
6397308
6398887
6399920
6401591
6402763
6404290
6404990
6405966
6407243
6407867
6410521
6411980
6414308
6415547
6418027
6421515
6423586
6425438
6426449
6428786
6352670
6354842
6356155
6358025
6359264
6361514
6363506
6365335
6366821
6367063
6367660
6369218
6370222
6371650
6373071
6376283
6377319
6378676
6380411
6382379
6384639
6385479
6388358
6390181
6391121
6392467
6394484
6396086
6397714
6399084
6399930
6401629
6402785
6404291
6405008
6406097
6407314
6407920
6410640
6412153
6414641
6415739
6418270
6421970
6423595
6425467
6426757
6428839
6352843
6354997
6356419
6358078
6359299
6361577
6363544
6365702
6366825
6367067
6367677
6369389
6370233
6371677
6373268
6376429
6377502
6378869
6380446
6382515
6384642
6385516
6388780
6390185
6391344
6392806
6394554
6396390
6397762
6399231
6400068
6401659
6402958
6404337
6405136
6406152
6407365
6408517
6410698
6412471
6414741
6416196
6418368
6422106
6423747
6425501
6427002
6429440
6352865
6355260
6356477
6358194
6359850
6361644
6363558
6365742
6367031
6367068
6367872
6369537
6370284
6371753
6373475
6376626
6377507
6378950
6380739
6383013
6384727
6385529
6388986
6390192
6391365
6393329
6394636
6396507
6397830
6399242
6400742
6401687
6403183
6404383
6405226
6406417
6407366
6408647
6410700
6412527
6414797
6416482
6418634
6422168
6424093
6425514
6427081
6429516
6353217
6355609
6356620
6358277
6359914
6362056
6363618
6365743
6367044
6367069
6367985
6369612
6370337
6371855
6373609
6376632
6377640
6379281
6380908
6383188
6385004
6386970
6389163
6390205
6391774
6393356
6395043
6396541
6397933
6399287
6400792
6401845
6403267
6404485
6405273
6406491
6407367
6409302
6410709
6412665
6414970
6416759
6419029
6422398
6424180
6425740
6427119
6429822
6353529
6355614
6356712
6358498
6360218
6362390
6364043
6366109
6367046
6367070
6368142
6369683
6370368
6371983
6373967
6376682
6377680
6379464
6380945
6383251
6385007
6387501
6389264
6390211
6391870
6393362
6395385
6396879
6398012
6399298
6400907
6401903
6403294
6404563
6405335
6406561
6407374
6409927
6410781
6412674
6415019
6416794
6420136
6422560
6424201
6425808
6427271
6429952
6353770
6355634
6356965
6358541
6360506
6362558
6364052
6366134
6367047
6367073
6368491
6369794
6370798
6372009
6373978
6376763
6377722
6379498
6380970
6383623
6385142
6387590
6389326
6390232
6391893
6393434
6395535
6397148
6398052
6399301
6401000
6402114
6403912
6404610
6405388
6406622
6407377
6410327
6410878
6413169
6415366
6416873
6420234
6423041
6424460
6425828
6427503
6429978
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6354106
6355638
6357424
6358821
6360864
6362641
6364175
6366301
6367049
6367075
6368526
6369912
6370802
6372151
6374049
6376967
6377868
6379529
6381022
6383670
6385197
6387609
6389646
6390296
6391960
6393490
6395576
6397163
6398161
6399483
6401218
6402129
6404051
6404654
6405400
6406650
6407402
6410349
6411109
6413181
6415415
6417261
6420709
6423093
6424554
6425832
6427559
6430121
6354381
6355679
6357654
6359001
6361071
6362734
6364339
6366353
6367051
6367222
6368555
6369961
6370860
6372239
6374407
6376992
6378067
6379909
6381275
6384315
6385230
6387618
6389650
6390546
6392166
6393671
6395670
6397251
6398564
6399796
6401243
6402388
6404079
6404710
6405619
6406654
6407635
6410371
6411339
6413594
6415416
6417377
6420741
6423120
6424857
6425909
6428335
6430143
6354461
6355683
6357764
6359028
6361204
6362850
6364350
6366432
6367053
6367349
6368593
6370127
6370911
6372436
6375189
6376993
6378297
6379984
6381337
6384404
6385420
6388050
6390114
6390617
6392223
6394140
6395675
6397267
6398779
6399875
6401400
6402456
6404280
6404729
6405662
6406676
6407767
6410488
6411400
6413767
6415528
6417933
6421200
6423162
6425086
6426013
6428416
6430436
6354556
6355953
6357796
6359117
6361231
6363034
6364698
6366442
6367057
6367354
6368690
6370208
6371413
6372454
6375225
6377034
6378316
6380248
6381344
6384565
6385436
6388096
6390119
6390709
6392368
6394219
6395791
6397275
6398846
6399918
6401446
6402576
6404281
6404877
6405777
6407044
6407791
6410508
6411963
6413809
6415535
6417978
6421512
6423201
6425111
6426194
6428769
6431503
191
SPARC Patch List
6431599
6433331
6435689
6436551
6439022
6441930
6445825
6450048
6451412
6453554
6456477
6460310
6464311
6469866
6479421
6483403
6431976
6433406
6435779
6436776
6439102
6441933
6446530
6450052
6451557
6453641
6456528
6460383
6464426
6470233
6479545
6483435
6432451
6433408
6435847
6436800
6439370
6443017
6446569
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6452046
6453659
6456875
6460403
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6433603
6435857
6436837
6440060
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6450292
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6453706
6457319
6460433
6465453
6471451
6480369
6484006
6432463
6433679
6435911
6436993
6440121
6443286
6447394
6450411
6452582
6453820
6457407
6461596
6465639
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6484500
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6458137
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6466368
6474295
6480922
6286861
6432964
6434208
6436387
6438116
6440717
6444346
6447875
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6452787
6454690
6458440
6462287
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6474678
6481189
6431140
6432967
6434725
6436499
6438229
6440749
6444691
6448124
6451064
6452797
6455303
6458668
6462649
6467573
6474725
6481557
6433264
6435618
6436524
6438388
6441820
6445128
6448371
6451124
6453203
6455399
6460200
6462893
6467860
6474969
6481618
6433296
6435649
6436526
6438600
6441823
6445633
6448732
6451125
6453375
6455799
6460204
6463756
6469461
6476359
6481919
118842-01 – SunOS 5.10: dada patch
5005976 6235003 6240490
■
118870-02 – SunOS 5.10: ldap patch
6230927 6289986 6394554 6403267 6429516 6484500 6484977
■
118872-04 – SunOS 5.10: ksh patch
4402737 6208198 6261715 6264121 6277643
■
118879-02 – SunOS 5.10: dhcp daemon patch
4932150 6220012
■
118884-01 – SunOS 5.10: atomic.h patch
4954703
■
118890-03 – SunOS 5.10: llib-lc patch
4954703 5004247 5049028 6394554 6403267 6429516
■
4691624
5072858
6204887
6228384
6271754
6288840
6357426
6379529
192
4721729
5100567
6211857
6231739
6274680
6296920
6358078
6394953
118918-22 – SunOS 5.10: Solaris Crypto Framework patch
4920408
6181926
6215509
6231978
6276483
6314217
6359179
6399680
4925453
6192431
6215816
6249979
6276609
6332420
6360218
6405871
4926742
6195428
6216772
6250168
6278459
6336131
6364043
6408419
4931202
6195934
6217866
6250963
6278572
6336517
6368332
6427002
5039273
6197268
6220814
6252894
6278578
6342468
6372133
6427559
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
5059459
6197284
6222467
6253484
6280574
6345493
6372169
6439285
5059461
6198116
6223863
6262344
6286372
6352877
6372587
5062050
6199119
6223866
6264344
6287425
6355571
6373525
5067502
6200215
6223869
6264379
6287428
6355597
6376993
SPARC Patch List
■
118925-04 – SunOS 5.10: unistd header file patch
4063945 5090022 5096886 6214687 6214698 6215000 6239984 6245233 6262573 6277961 6292076
6322205 6338653 6348407 6368142 6388096 6397847
■
118929-05 – SunOS 5.10: config files patch
6233613 6237411 6302802 6302827 6359179 6360218 6400068
■
118945-01 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Gigabit Ethernet 3.0 driver patch
6238162 5019183 6240487
■
118959-03 – SunOS 5.10: patch usr/bin/lastcomm and usr/bin/acctcom
5040580 6200474 6227221 6329114
■
118965-01 – X11 6.8.0: Xorg
6366603
■
118981-03 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Quad FastEthernet qfe driver
6238254 6267267 6268767 6293226 6347707 6297366
■
119042-10 – SunOS 5.10: patch usr/sbin/svccfg
6197520 6217410 6221374 6222202 6231947 6251841 6287888 6296112 6299709 6351779 6355665
6367481 6397719 6461381
■
6219932
6226733
6279680
6383556
6453362
6219947
6248453
6270914
6255133
6458107
119059-20 – X11 6.6.2: Xsun patch
5016163
6247062
6316436
6373433
6191917
■
6224159
6248417
6227843
6366490
6465805
6276115
6216985
6326551
6314490
6426793
6212502
6269938
6265414
6395871
6228875
6226717
6347707
6377194
6219170
6265045
6359918
4915967
6248445
6280222
6378204
6450316
6265634
6297797
6361567
6387317
4751462
6278131
6376462
6397502
119063-01 – SunOS 5.10: libXpm patch
6231515 6241936
■
119065-01 – SunOS 5.10: fc-cache patch
6205323
■
119070-04 – SunOS 5.10: Netra-CP2300 Patch
6197206 6213630 6233445
■
119073-03 – SunOS 5.10: ldapclient patch
6217454 6228760
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
193
SPARC Patch List
■
119077-10 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE Files
4691624 6194576 6199119 6215509 6226428 6228652 6228655 6230025 6231964 6233613 6238277
6241837 6249025 6302802 6299091 6280390 6282121 6254960 6264487 6313488
■
119079-13 – SunOS 5.10: Script Patch
6210697 6223059 6226968 6233613 6238277 6242365 6243456 6256312 6273106 6302827 6324123
6326533 6231947 6251841 6222202 6217410 6344138
■
4393815
6178185
6288726
6323511
6343072
6369598
6422730
4649122
6198783
6290082
6325862
6344771
6372101
6425215
119081-25 – SunOS 5.10: CD-ROM Install Boot Image Patch
4692667
6215847
6297948
6329642
6347051
6372197
6425221
■
4713660
6215918
6297950
6331510
6349235
6373211
6426207
4716085
6218158
6301206
6332093
6350819
6374024
6431490
4719125
6221702
6313099
6332722
6351213
6376794
6432478
4789211
6222925
6314149
6336267
6354062
6390503
6436821
4947796
6242499
6319439
6340350
6355905
6395264
5009917
6252385
6320965
6340354
6356711
6406788
5047412
6252388
6323208
6341482
6364583
6407201
5064512
6254694
6323294
6342039
6367162
6413159
119088-09 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: qlc Script Patch to replace package scripts
6210934 6236343 6292280 6292987 6303297 6320936 6321523 6428334 6430552 6439910 6458629
■
5094124
6211472
6214546
6222630
6235292
6242847
6255629
6263279
6278190
6293219
6304963
6348170
6375178
6381723
6398514
5094370
6211499
6215262
6224359
6236260
6244250
6257030
6263322
6280621
6296381
6306146
6354973
6375740
6382994
6412468
119090-22 – SunOS 5.10: Sun iSCSI Device Driver and Utilities
6173739
6211560
6216983
6224866
6236271
6244358
6258672
6263646
6282455
6296407
6311820
6357322
6376509
6383602
6416687
■
6173912
6211924
6218751
6226740
6236375
6245161
6259522
6267539
6282646
6296971
6314187
6358044
6377013
6383806
6423706
6186291
6212031
6219608
6226933
6239078
6247445
6259737
6267543
6282686
6297371
6314196
6361661
6377485
6388390
6449666
6204742
6212320
6220407
6228489
6239185
6249424
6261483
6268840
6284875
6297390
6326608
6361861
6377558
6390196
6476717
6206029
6213484
6220773
6230319
6239207
6249509
6261560
6268934
6285462
6298546
6338487
6368406
6378143
6390387
6206568
6213487
6221284
6231086
6240818
6250036
6261627
6271727
6287318
6299456
6340791
6368415
6378566
6391839
6207172
6213490
6221432
6231706
6240849
6251575
6261669
6274744
6288103
6300099
6341375
6370257
6379890
6394294
6207973
6213516
6221842
6233206
6240911
6254172
6262279
6275410
6290500
6300259
6343904
6371828
6380321
6396274
6208490
6214405
6221880
6233384
6241611
6254222
6262413
6276026
6292453
6303184
6344551
6374756
6380424
6396333
119092-10 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: iSCSI Script Patch to replace package
scripts
5094124 6207973 6213487 6239078 6251575 6380424 6394294 6418007 6449666 6484779
■
119115-20 – Mozilla 1.7 patch
6177442 6221725 6211632 6192644 6200999 6200994 5077554 6200990 6202289 6224482 6225441
6228782 6216830 6224900 6234566 6245856 6247811 6247837 6247838 6247849 6248466 6248468
194
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SPARC Patch List
6248516
6259860
6251128
6297219
6334619
6415133
6424567
6248547
6259866
6267169
6297231
6339970
6415135
6424568
6248557
6259873
6281360
6191277
6249857
6415138
6424573
■
6204976
6259214
6300019
6210993
6350965
6389050
6458897
6201742
6249871
5099374
6221680
6342113
6369082
6445216
4368092
6205269
6225769
6260549
6292280
6311314
6326600
6344143
6373288
6386247
6402322
6452811
4704353
6207101
6227340
6261607
6292446
6313089
6326602
6345310
6374654
6387150
6402861
6454469
6249777
6260573
6284465
6282893
6360106
6424493
6424579
6249778
6269887
6287117
6297174
6369969
6424545
6391562
6255667
6261013
6258444
6297242
6384953
6424548
6461074
6248548
6281357
6297209
6317624
6412730
6424551
6249776
6271958
6297215
6318009
6415128
6424560
6259266
5015369
6297218
6334587
6415131
6424563
6182553
6279337
6306915
6301782
6367678
6367965
6206223
6297294
6226019
6330472
6369109
6336385
6216041
6299994
6312129
6330479
6381422
6327483
6231010
6303111
6321792
4992018
6380083
6330477
6222258
6182358
6323770
6335855
6300007
6414603
6251188
6198500
6335859
6346038
6354689
6307047
6262120
6206245
6306791
6349674
6375476
6430888
6272983
6221676
6305171
5054558
6376155
6439788
119130-31 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Fibre Channel Device Drivers
4792071
6207184
6227562
6270092
6292987
6316063
6328146
6346519
6378014
6388097
6410934
6459762
■
6248613
6260571
6282190
6200705
6352958
6415143
6424577
119117-24 – Evolution 1.4.6 patch
6218068
6253417
5106735
6211080
6336425
6374285
6465437
■
6248594
6259902
6282170
6200696
6254398
6415142
6424574
4961555
6207845
6233352
6276354
6295169
6317420
6328827
6349983
6378371
6390139
6411995
6465379
4976582
6210934
6233800
6279071
6296383
6317985
6329995
6350809
6379312
6390636
6418616
6467850
4998402
6214931
6235327
6279108
6298259
6319731
6330800
6355378
6379866
6390807
6420986
6468249
5077933
6215726
6235886
6283597
6298288
6320936
6331949
6356559
6379955
6390817
6429517
6468584
5091288
6216326
6238787
6286318
6300113
6321523
6337290
6360849
6380370
6390862
6430552
6480827
5091773
6216743
6250038
6288500
6304555
6323973
6341027
6361031
6381878
6394475
6439492
6484172
5094714
6220173
6254848
6288908
6306254
6325525
6342934
6366792
6381991
6395930
6439910
6198588
6221242
6258722
6290618
6311175
6326293
6343904
6371273
6385531
6399058
6442233
119143-02 – SunOS 5.10: patch lib/libinetutil.so.1
6220609
■
119201-19 – SunOS 5.10: OS Localization message patch
6232516 6218356 6210085 6209742 6237404 6255735 6278006 6270754 6284429 6305523 6309435
6336898 6375499 6426585 6453980 6459737 6468576 6476637 6481488
■
6237228
6243913
6250814
6258066
6327004
6341687
6416004
6237231
6243915
6250816
6260111
6327009
6264996
6419586
119213-10 – NSS_NSPR_JSS 3.11.3: NSPR 4.6.3 / NSS 3.11.3 / JSS 4.2.4
6243892
6243916
6251104
6260658
6327013
6330310
6419590
6243894
6243918
6258052
6302177
6253118
6350173
6421471
6243895
6250799
6258053
6333604
6327014
6359866
6442985
5045171
6250801
6258055
6326988
6327018
6362932
6442986
6243896
6250802
6258056
6326994
6210080
4689266
6442988
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6243900
6250803
6258057
6326998
6327020
6377957
6442990
6243905
6250807
6258061
6327000
6327021
6407468
6442993
6243907
6250808
6258062
6327002
6315463
6406845
6427037
6243909
6250812
6258064
6242112
6341685
6374429
6442994
195
SPARC Patch List
6442995 6464665 6464668 6464671 6464756 6464673 6464677 6464680 6464767 6465317 6464683
6468441 6464752 6228370 6464757 6468410 6464759 6464762 6464764 6464766 6467643 6468495
6467033
■
6450425
6434153
6376459
6432304
6466031
6366230
6390465
6396285
6414144
6444550
6458208
6465629
6380387
6417925
6427607
6441367
6450467
6410372
6377211
6273549
6378795
6398254
6337579
6358301
4901741
6268924
6338435
6345921
6353408
6359342
6374650
6384027
6341845
6294811
6328541
6332677
6258339
6322739
6213568
6298241
6306246
6176645
6249689
196
6478952
6434194
6390015
6432982
6467496
6376482
6391010
6396904
6426047
6445174
6458687
6186484
6380411
6419172
6429952
6442447
6451041
6410607
6390674
6309942
6378798
6398715
6338117
6380325
5010904
6291156
6340085
6346244
6353413
6360329
6375299
6384095
6343184
6294812
6329060
6337869
6286409
6322863
6219083
6300498
6306391
6192812
6249985
119246-21 – SunOS 5.10: Manual Page updates for Solaris 10
6480976
6453380
6393131
6445234
6468605
6378067
6393938
6396906
6426471
6445233
6459135
6248837
6385142
6419899
6429978
6445753
6451072
6410629
6399720
6309950
6387596
6401571
6339732
6385850
5046150
6296648
6340800
6346881
6353415
6362109
6375473
6237607
4754411
6296740
6330016
6338057
6288555
6323460
6227560
6300514
6306499
6218160
6259275
6482739
6466844
6395051
6445848
6266413
6382980
6393943
6397171
6427149
6452661
6459750
6262702
6392184
6420763
6431019
6446000
4918616
6413329
6401869
6309954
6389748
6202570
6341066
6386135
5057188
6305677
6340921
6347426
6353927
6366627
6375593
6238503
6211237
6297786
6330062
6339627
6309363
6323484
6227561
6301501
6309411
6219867
6275178
6284176
6471509
6401024
6447394
6288724
6385484
6393944
6397884
6428601
6452797
6460323
6315539
6400962
6421512
6433593
6446545
6260536
5074864
6405191
6309959
6392088
6213474
6341867
6387327
5079401
6314222
6341018
6348073
6354469
6366665
6376576
6264591
6226954
6301361
6330188
6204577
6313868
6324148
6239801
6302861
6310305
6229028
6280439
6477044
6471941
6405529
6447804
6326478
6385494
6395119
6398396
6432963
6453361
6460550
6315541
6404826
6422121
6433601
6447244
6361909
6227556
5000242
6309966
6392094
6230447
6342730
6389147
6198346
6326636
6341603
6348185
6355110
6369177
6379147
6291976
6231497
6306533
6330671
6221309
6317846
6324248
6240066
6303663
6312151
6231508
6281184
6477048
6472034
6407987
6452787
6327879
6385502
6395131
6398493
6437503
6453375
6461386
6340509
6407957
6422166
6438116
6447870
6388875
6241231
5048768
6335374
6394580
6248553
6342739
6389721
6206711
6329967
6341728
6348236
6355449
6370094
6382231
6328991
6232483
6308447
6331047
6241099
6318461
6324420
6266903
6304180
6316296
6236743
6289748
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
5087481
6343735
6417482
6453820
6335080
6385507
6395132
6406100
6438376
6453658
6461574
6343529
6410349
6422168
6438336
6447932
6399169
6297480
6248370
6360471
6395226
6278103
6343592
6389863
6222499
6333670
6342497
6349474
6357973
6370876
6382311
6335997
6237082
6309398
6331055
6242990
6320393
6324858
6270406
6305130
2123343
6239205
6289985
6323754
6349173
6417484
6460197
6352894
6385509
6395133
6406596
6439003
6453669
6462038
6351530
6414900
6423729
6439605
6448542
6400540
6357814
6251550
6369297
6395794
6282636
6344010
6391131
6224791
6338414
6342919
6349904
6358663
6372481
6382966
6337445
6259813
6319339
6331331
6248877
6321596
6325356
6284937
6305702
2123344
6247514
6291968
6360199
6349176
6422342
6464875
6361027
6385511
6395134
6408477
6442367
6454284
6462372
6353091
6417201
6423869
6439855
6449218
6402326
6367083
6264241
6378785
6396295
6324208
6348739
6394491
6228270
6338426
6345681
6350722
6359325
6372487
6383180
6339859
6290845
6324864
6331841
6255008
6322368
5032018
6291991
6305923
2125584
6248484
6292324
6396033
6368000
6430651
6465710
6365341
6387364
6396279
6412645
6443517
6457913
6463744
6379984
6417748
6423891
6441097
6450428
6403818
6368344
6265527
6378792
6397873
6336865
6350275
6394575
6237890
6338428
6345917
6350982
6359338
6374108
6384009
6341814
6294809
6328540
6332029
6258334
6322669
5044715
6293104
6306228
5107445
6249686
6293276
SPARC Patch List
6293905
6299871
6267730
6178430
6259032
6270039
6225497
6217156
6247757
5096574
6202122
6213475
6217406
6220859
6223264
6225624
6231505
6236965
6241622
6293994
6301701
6268875
6199201
6259382
6270071
6235402
6217716
6250396
5104556
6205275
6213502
6218320
6221541
6223570
6225693
6231794
6237101
6243286
6295135
6302598
6274065
6215789
6260165
6271056
6241181
6222749
6250515
5108949
6208084
6213507
6218842
6221589
6224890
6229095
6232091
6237254
■
6295164
6175259
6275116
6227520
6261039
6274141
6247652
6227376
2122825
6182303
6209281
6213536
6218986
6221625
6225126
6229654
6233524
6237389
6295455
6186292
6275182
6242411
6261047
2123236
6251475
6242519
2122940
6193595
6210273
6214276
6219657
6221733
6225266
6229957
6233764
6237405
6295501
6213557
6275486
6242412
6262466
5087622
6252447
6242876
5008956
6194741
6211790
6214973
6219660
6221891
6225304
6230305
6233884
6237708
6295606
6219322
6276860
6245230
6263124
6190827
6253481
6243333
5038387
6195276
6211903
6215139
6219661
6222153
6225337
6230958
6233891
6237832
6295883
6244794
6277917
6247046
6266052
6196727
6256136
6244894
5043371
6195547
6212029
6215474
6219671
6222369
6225421
6231259
6233909
6237835
6295885
6247949
6278481
6248312
6266054
6209285
5090875
6245209
5046429
6198061
6212232
6215475
6220014
6222447
6225486
6231325
6234453
6238687
6295972
6256977
6279864
6249005
6266570
6218778
6207391
6245842
5069521
6200093
6212654
6216789
6220161
6222663
6225503
6231382
6235323
6240599
6298238
6259276
6279996
6249691
6267911
6222501
6212233
6246422
5095891
6201988
6212836
6216851
6220729
6222727
6225575
6231455
6236959
6240819
119252-15 – SunOS 5.10: System Administration Applications Patch
4358280 4592896 4649122 4692667 4698357 4760117 4921333 4952774 5009917 5101364 6179110
6198291 6211620 6221551 6252385 6252388 6265069 6298572 6311509 6343364 6404878 6438773
6460674
■
4908553
6221954
6236855
6245715
6271791
6290368
6304176
6320238
6344531
6355604
6386697
6407037
6480462
4967419
6224740
6236866
6248984
6274438
6290429
6304222
6321376
6344916
6360157
6387091
6412965
119254-32 – SunOS 5.10: Install and Patch Utilities Patch
4991875
6224767
6239875
6251452
6275530
6290432
6306319
6323208
6345121
6362706
6387771
6421944
■
5045607
6225041
6240894
6251466
6275557
6292233
6307548
6324392
6347534
6363226
6388931
6425837
6210622
6226770
6241052
6252385
6276148
6292269
6309013
6328091
6348813
6364817
6388959
6438808
6216195
6226930
6241431
6252388
6277096
6292275
6313848
6331277
6349319
6369639
6389929
6440750
6216798
6231818
6241944
6256515
6278325
6293397
6315157
6334066
6351408
6370540
6391503
6445261
6216809
6233011
6242607
6262677
6279485
6296187
6315316
6337009
6351428
6371040
6392825
6452983
6217206
6233738
6243480
6263190
6284610
6297336
6318864
6337644
6352966
6371745
6397413
6455767
6219176
6236231
6244125
6265069
6285073
6303564
6319430
6340114
6354346
6373045
6401302
6467398
6220578
6236796
6245446
6266241
6288746
6304174
6319570
6342245
6355320
6380672
6406934
6479483
119262-05 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Central European Region locale issues
6222362 6227384 6255292 6249315 6338196 6347707 6336555 6318932 6403522 6346087 6309622
6280189
■
119276-07 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Northern Europe Region locale issues
6227384 6255292 6276095 6249315 6338196 6347707 6318932 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189
6394467
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
197
SPARC Patch List
■
119278-12 – CDE 1.6: dtlogin patch
5046689 6209544 6247943 6211096 6267572 6240729 6340843 6289158 6334517 6300285 6234179
6328101 6332653 6342881 6327614 6334271 6362895 4383440 6263134 6405883 6386254 6409991
6445129 6405981
■
119280-08 – CDE 1.6: Runtime library patch for Solaris 10
6209386 6255303 4750419 6262671 6241938 6347707 6382405 6360671 6401791 6401561 6403918
6426804 6416269 6405981
■
119282-01 – CDE1.6: GNOME/CDE Menu for Solaris 10
6224922
■
119284-01 – CDE 1.6: sdtwsinfo patch
6215091
■
119286-01 – CDE 1.6: dtterm libDtTerm patch
6219941
■
119309-03 – SunOS 5.10: PGX32 Graphics
6231238 6222319 6218355 6256782
■
119313-10 – SunOS 5.10: WBEM Patch
4872697 5006767 5016983 6183058 6212927 6235892 6252385 6252388 6255908 6265069 6378956
6383511 6389712 6396510 6407617 6468951 6480462
■
119315-07 – SunOS 5.10: Solaris Management Applications Patch
4418366 4770830 5080683 5092418 6192017 6196606 6327965 6378956 6383511 6396510 6407617
■
119317-01 – SunOS 5.10: SVr4 Packaging Commands (usr) Patch
6202830
■
119368-05 – GNOME 2.6.0: Printing Technology Patch
5083233 6200941 6263422 6231341 6305090 6347224 6418897
■
119372-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: GNOME common development tools and libraries Patch
6230101 6200654
■
119397-05 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for North America Region locale issues
6227384 6255292 6249315 6338196 6347707 6318932 6354302 6346087 6280189
■
198
119399-05 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Central American Region locale issues
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
6228240 6255292 6249315 6338196 6318932 6354302 6346087 6280189
■
119401-07 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Western Europe Region locale issues
6227384 6255292 6249315 6338196 6380900 6318932 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189 6305220
6394467
■
119404-05 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for South American Region locale issues
6228240 6255292 6249315 6338196 6318932 6354302 6346087 6280189
■
119407-07 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Eastern Europe Region locale issues
6228243 6228192 6255292 6249315 6338196 6347707 6346843 6314583 4944311 6367674 6383002
6399124 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189 4997058
■
119410-05 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Applets Patch
6205402 6245563 6207273 6393698 6393714 6393724 6393731 6405059 6404437 6402894 6232275
■
119414-12 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Accessibility Libraries Patch
6192805 6205225 6182499 6182502 6217152 6192693 6205004 6216843 6226723 6228329 6260441
6283137 6315241 4768049 6347858 6340516 6358227 6386230 6199929 6407595 6431039 6377106
6437617 6468296
■
119416-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Text-To-Speech Engine Patch
6216843 6226723 6228329
■
119418-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome On-screen Keyboard Patch
5109895 6200712 6211656 6223576 6405961 6364326 6329929
■
119420-01 – SunOS 5.10: Thai locale patch
6235012
■
119470-09 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Enterprise Network Array firmware and utilities
5046910 5076769 5079007 6201060 6204512 6234959 6235886 6247521 6250956 6250957 6274205
6285969 6309346 6339658 6347707 6384885 6395087 6397672
■
119534-09 – SunOS 5.10: Flash Archive Patch
4947796 4956004 5031468 5081174 6216373 6225430 6256048 6267370 6301206 6306712 6322333
6323294 6330261 6382817 6416737
■
119538-10 – GNOME 2.6.0: Window Manager Patch
6200511 6182510 6227065 6204338 6393698 6393714 6393724 6393731 6405059 6404437 6402894
6455491 6433759 6424031 6424017 6459957 6404286 6406972
■
119540-04 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Dtlogin configuration Patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
199
SPARC Patch List
6197950 6248517 6214486 6206909
■
119544-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome streaming media framework Patch
6226060 6227666 6226597
■
119546-07 – APOC 1.2: APOC Configuration Agent Patch
6241546 6257229 6258281 6278047 6293945 6313943 6363692 6386010 6389918 6387976 6391134
6388397 6414406 6417504 6417522 6417539
■
119548-07 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Multi-protocol instant messaging client Patch
6217610 4990149 6268932 6269430 6328008 6199135 6333181 6465423 6481367
■
119555-04 – SunOS 5.10: Software to support QLogic Ultra3 SCSI host bus adapters
4895884 6219159 6220200 6343904 6415097
■
119570-01 – SunOS 5.10: lw8 Patch
5090037
■
119573-01 – SunOS 5.10: cachefsd patch
6233613 6237411
■
119574-02 – SunOS 5.10: su patch
6213281 6219721 6219774 6243480
■
4818484
6202643
6224293
6254303
6278378
6313638
6323554
6335522
6346926
6367031
6367075
6377319
6390205
6398388
6421650
6428843
5062645
6213277
6225875
6254397
6278442
6314073
6324536
6335549
6351025
6367044
6367985
6378766
6390211
6399875
6421659
6429361
119578-30 – SunOS 5.10: FMA Patch
5076562
6216286
6229087
6256371
6279063
6315039
6325530
6336193
6356155
6367047
6368526
6379498
6390232
6406417
6422221
6430015
■
5083131
6216754
6232309
6263078
6281100
6317871
6326958
6337809
6359264
6367049
6369190
6381022
6390296
6409768
6422560
6430823
5087929
6218246
6237801
6264225
6281113
6320584
6328921
6338081
6361055
6367051
6369961
6384727
6390617
6411192
6423975
6430825
5090037
6218463
6237913
6264415
6284455
6321736
6330180
6338653
6362043
6367053
6370284
6385007
6391117
6414182
6424520
6434164
6181364
6219101
6239573
6266851
6295417
6322749
6330644
6342066
6362164
6367061
6370798
6385516
6393362
6416496
6424523
6437467
6183842
6220169
6240456
6273144
6298484
6323319
6331093
6342977
6365742
6367063
6370802
6388986
6395385
6416735
6425600
6438703
6198521
6222529
6244989
6276462
6298972
6323322
6332245
6345621
6365743
6367069
6371490
6389646
6397762
6419218
6426009
6441262
6202015
6223178
6249531
6277362
6298974
6323393
6333184
6345894
6366206
6367070
6373071
6389650
6397830
6419771
6426514
6441859
119580-04 – SunOS 5.10: libcpc Patch
5062645 5087929 6202564 6264753 6416615 6439953 6451146
200
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
6202564
6223348
6253955
6278369
6298981
6323532
6333617
6345936
6366821
6367073
6373879
6390114
6398325
6421627
6428381
6446309
SPARC Patch List
■
119583-01 – SunOS 5.10: memory classification header file patch
4818484 6198521 6253955
■
119586-02 – SunOS 5.10: pcbe Patch
5062645 5087929 6202564 6259341
■
119593-01 – SunOS 5.10: net-svc patch
6196716
■
119598-08 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Screen Reader and Magnifier Patch
6205770 6191352 6207171 5083128 6205765 6202337 6200573 6186020 5095976 6315934 6202897
6193299 6239339 6240135 6373775 6340786 6380184 6434160 6468296
■
119601-08 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for European Region JDS messages
6250683 6296998 6274401 6186577 6263015 6176784 6180730 4929548 4957762 6308186 6336423
6342833 6382651 6408317 6454615 6457091 6401474
■
119603-06 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Asian Region JDS messages
6250683 6263015 6176784 4932571 6308186 4957762 6294274 6297892 6312176 6336423 6408317
6454615
■
119605-06 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Japanese JDS messages
6250683 6263015 6176784 6308186 6336423 6408317 6454615
■
119648-03 – SunOS 5.10: vlan driver patch
5097913 6216827 6421519 6313896
■
119685-09 – SunOS 5.10: svc.startd patch
6202359 6207181 6207705 6222477 6223370 6223908 6225601 6231291 6248163 6248414 6262086
6266365 6321540 6322272 6329114 6338136 6361949 6388192 6440415 6448732
■
119703-07 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for localeadm issues
6293965 6192791 6286551 6189823 6252055 6249315 6338196 6339465 6350486 6384012 6390202
6412760 6221121 6221131 6416912 6430375 6430484 6408147 6423974 6237192
■
119721-02 – SunOS 5.10: usr/lib/efcode/sparcv9/interpreter patch
6251093 6281038
■
119728-03 – SunOS 5.10: FJSV,GPUU platform fmd.conf patch
6249544 6265507 6369580 6392462
■
119757-04 – SunOS 5.10: Samba patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
201
SPARC Patch List
4768591 5080288 5100732 6174211 6179361 6217228 6218964 6248115 6248953 6267187 6332751
6344828 6345488 6362017 6379618 6401467 6406753 6408839 6412838 6444725 6446200
■
119764-05 – SunOS 5.10 : ipmitool patch
6209442 6266203 6266225 6344396 6397856 6433094
■
119766-02 – SunOS 5.10 : SunFreeware man pages patch
6209442 6266203 6266225
■
119771-01 – SunOS 5.10: Asian CCK locales patch
6246438
■
119783-01 – SunOS 5.10 : bind patch
6192028 6226796
■
119797-10 – SunOS 5.10: CDE Localization message patch
6259957 6299116 6279262 6309630 6375502 6345512 6382640 6395838 6402802 6228181 6472278
■
119810-02 – SunOS 5.10: International Components for Unicode Patch
4785261 6217550 6354379
■
119812-02 – X11 6.6.2: Freetype patch
6229445 6292556 6425531 6466790
■
119814-14 – SunOS 5.10: OS Japanese manpages patch
6262660 6261964 6317482 6373667 6396026 6443861 6474177
■
119824-02 – SunOS 5.10: prstat patch
5063193 6216522
■
119826-02 – SunOS 5.10: libadm.so.1 patch
4804793 6197410
■
119844-05 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Southern Europe Region locale issues
6255292 6249315 6338196 6347707 6315127 6336555 6318932 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189
■
119845-04 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Australasia Region locale issues
6255292 6249315 6338196 6318932 6346087 6280189
■
119876-05 – SunOS 5.10: FJSV,GPUU platform links patch
6265507 6285132 6343503 6348606 6369580
202
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
■
119890-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: search tool Patch
6253916 5072526 6234957
■
119900-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome libtiff - library for reading and writing TIFF Patch
6203747 6321957 6377231 6412202
■
119903-02 – OpenWindows 3.7.3: Xview Patch
4459703 6444095
■
119906-07 – Gnome 2.6.0: Virtual File System Framework patch
5068327 6199955 6200485 6205707 6243455 6234855 6262830 6177074 6408294 6179500 6463564
■
119955-03 – CDE 1.6: Tooltalk Runtime patch for Solaris 10
6206423 6235250 6347707
■
119963-07 – SunOS 5.10: Shared library patch for C++
6242459 6244128 6244223 6253345 6300352 6283644 6244286 6274396 6304703 6326163 6339010
6393170 6406049 6319635 6421790
■
119974-06 – SunOS 5.10: fp plug-in for cfgadm
6223856 6259488 6336260 6347707 6444373 6445889
■
119981-09 – SunOS 5.10: libc_psr patch
5067964 6226862 6230146 6245378 6253744 6256312 6274184 6305824 6306370 6307457 6311268
6322258 6323531 6324149 6329025 6330081 6330111 6333857 6353030 6368078
■
119985-02 – SunOS 5.10: perl patch
6233613 6237411 6368763
■
119986-03 – SunOS 5.10: clri patch
4913439 6194015 6421970
■
119988-01 – SunOS 5.10: sed patch
4865669
■
120032-02 – SunOS 5.10: libresolv.so patch
6205056 6392438
■
120038-01 – SunOS 5.10: sadc patch
6257191
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
203
SPARC Patch List
■
120044-01 – SunOS 5.10: psrset patch
6248421
■
120046-01 – SunOS 5.10: nfsmapid patch
6243099 6268829 6276074
■
120048-03 – SunOS 5.10: fss patch
6219389 6302167 6313929
■
120050-04 – SunOS 5.10: usermod patch
1236941 6211845 6221091 6249813 6357764 6388050 6415535 6435911 6457407 6458668 6465639
6474678
■
120056-02 – SunOS 5.10: hpc3130 Patch
6249526 6283570
■
120061-02 – SunOS 5.10: glm patch
5026812 5091622 6208932 6258111 6350993
■
120062-01 – SunOS 5.10: localedef Patch
6274427 6287593
■
120064-01 – SunOS 5.10: stdio_iso.h Patch
6266832
■
120068-01 – SunOS 5.10: in.telnetd Patch
6246102
■
120085-01 – SunOS 5.10: in.ftpd patch
6239487
■
120094-10 – X11 6.6.2: xscreensaver patch
6237901 6267306 6228023 6203951 4806728 4818062 6368558 6368607 6369021 6346056 6232241
6333226 6417168 5015296 6256520 6373797 6423730 5077974 5083155 6240938 6450019 6456499
6388473 6406200
■
120099-07 – APOC 1.2: Sun Java(tm) Desktop System Configuration Shared Libraries
6265312 6278049 6293945 6363692 6387982 6406269 6442745
■
120101-01 – SunOS 5.10: libsmedia patch
6240296
204
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
■
120128-02 – SunOS 5.10: xargs patch
6203159 6323628
■
120182-04 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Library
6210435 6306254 6336260 6347707 6405584
■
120195-02 – SunOS 5.10: patch schpc sc_gptwocfg gptwo_pci
5076027 6252214
■
120199-07 – SunOS 5.10: sysidtool patch
4716085 6194680 6220706 6239897 6268847 6404131 6404878 6438773
■
120201-02 – X11 6.8.0: Xorg client libraries patch
6248315 6366603 6347707
■
6248456
6277406
6300078
6333059
6364395
6248899
6281068
6301627
6336547
6381360
120222-13 – SunOS 5.10: Emulex-Sun LightPulse Fibre Channel Adapter driver
6252273
6281270
6312068
6339616
6383122
■
6252308
6281938
6314407
6339679
6385881
6252633
6284688
6319648
6339682
6386425
6252767
6286283
6323974
6340896
6392218
6264417
6286352
6325753
6340901
6400647
6273321
6290648
6329384
6343904
6408870
6273949
6291133
6329972
6344012
6436873
6275529
6296689
6331152
6348810
6443455
6276730
6299387
6333054
6350753
6462658
120224-04 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: Emulex-Sun Fibre Channel Adapter driver
6267262 6325753 6333054 6333059 6340896 6340901 6466086
■
120235-01 – SunOS 5.10: Live Upgrade Zones Support Patch
6275557
■
120256-01 – SunOS 5.10: hci1394 Patch
6260567 6286705
■
120272-06 – SunOS 5.10: SMA patch
6191915 6243363 6243366 6244918 6247942 6298133 6314112 6347707 6349493 6349495 6349499
6349501 6367337 6368319 6408492 6420118 6438781 6441943
■
120274-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For postinstall File
6191915
■
120282-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome CD Player Utility Patch
5053909 6210011 6387160
■
120284-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: GNOME CORBA ORB and component framework
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
205
SPARC Patch List
6235648 6238754 6295858 6440951
■
120286-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome text editor Patch
4937266 6355577 5092704 6347229
■
120288-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome terminal Patch
6241338 6242857 6303664 6430930
■
120292-01 – SunOS 5.10 : mysql patch
6258187
■
120294-01 – SunOS 5.10 : mysql man patch
6258187
■
120311-02 – SunOS 5.10: FRESHBIT ONLY PATCH: For deletes file
6178746
■
120329-02 – SunOS 5.10: rexec patch
6245588 6371429
■
120335-04 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Update Connection Client Localization
■
120338-05 – SunOS 5.10: Asian CCK locales patch
6279310 6285930 6347707
■
120344-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: Common Fibre Channel HBA API Library
Script Patch
6202863 6239116
■
120346-05 – SunOS 5.10: Common Fibre Channel HBA API Library
6202863 6239116 6288908 6334772 6336260 6443728
■
120348-01 – SunOS 5.10: Fibre Channel HBA Port utility
6380685
■
120410-17 – SunOS 5.10: Internet/Intranet Input Method Framework patch
6362324 6439551 6439552 6380740 6388754 6389513 6373635 6404462 6429880 6433315 6436040
6443828 6418820 6461075 6463540 6456236 6449856 6400652 6458335
■
120412-06 – SunOS 5.10: Simplified Chinese locale patch
6362324 6388988 6394129
■
206
120414-15 – SunOS 5.10: Asian CCK locales patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
4916340 5024604 6263482 6267785 6285934 6299102 6362324 6433155 6388988 6394129 6412046
6462957 6446836 6432120 6474087
■
120416-05 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: class action scripts patch
6362324 6399243 6415636 6388988
■
120450-01 – SunOS 5.10: get_netmask Utility Patch
4218092
■
120452-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For editable files only
5006767
■
120454-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Apoc GConf Adapter Patch
6281517 6397519
■
120456-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome image viewer Patch
6288517
■
120458-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome configuration Patch
6293945
■
120460-10 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome libs Patch
6242857 5087948 5088844 6216594 6306889 6301837 6231341 6305090 6347224 6348450 6394047
6393698 6393714 6393724 6393731 6405059 6404437 6402894 6428130 6375968 6471890
■
120462-06 – SunOS 5.10: FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 2.0 patch
6263610 6314180 6314192 6326340 6328936 6389287 6389294 6389298 6411854 6411855 6411856
■
120469-05 – SunOS 5.10: kerberos patch
6203833 6208638 6247126 6261685 6284864 6320871
■
120473-01 – SunOS 5.10: nss_compat patch
5097644
■
120543-06 – SunOS 5.10: Apache 2 Patch
6222168 6228840 6257414 6283480 6301799 6367565 6373222 6378495 6419373 6423037 6452767
6453503 6461151
■
120560-02 – SunOS 5.10: sun4u platform links patch
6297712 6342066 6377979
■
120618-01 – SunOS 5.10: mailx patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
207
SPARC Patch List
6233613 6237411
■
120629-05 – SunOS 5.10: libpool patch
6215817 6232648 6234525 6402653 6437810 6440684 6452685
■
120690-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH : For depend File
6299541
■
120704-01 – SunOS 5.10 : smartcard man patch
6310070
■
120706-02 – SunOS 5.10: XIL 1.4.2 Loadable Pipeline Libraries
6255091 6357678
■
120719-01 – SunOS 5.10 : gzip patch
6283819 6294656
■
120732-01 – SunOS 5.10 : libusb patch
5033202 6251518 6251836 6272172
■
120737-01 – SunOS 5.10: FX patch
6251636
■
120739-03 – GNOME 2.6.0: GNOME PDF Viewer based on Xpdf
6219093 6294547 6418897
■
120741-01 – SunOS 5.10: seg_map header file patch
6264443
■
120746-01 – SunOS 5.10_sparc, SUNWswmt patch
6314804
■
120753-02 – SunOS 5.10: Microtasking libraries (libmtsk) patch
4640927 5105585 6176541 6224639 6266200 6281454 6284576 6292619 6308531 6315352 6347707
■
120780-03 – SunOS 5.10: ixgb patch
6213631 6224685 6249135 6267684 6273316 6275585 6275597 6283655 6285735 6286434 6293332
6296681 6303593 6326737 6326764 6330766 6350255 6354597 6362855 6366883 6367520 6400662
6400664 6400675 6425322
■
208
120807-01 – SunOS 5.10: rpc.mdcommd patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
6290815
■
120809-01 – SunOS 5.10: metaclust patch
6274840
■
120811-03 – SunOS 5.10: FUJITSU PCI Fibre Channel Driver 3.0 patch
6320887 6320888 6320889 6320890 6320891 6390434 6390438 6390442 6458277
■
6319713
6182277
6377389
6406701
6441146
6329031
6319762
6378207
6393151
6448080
120812-12 – OpenGL 1.5: OpenGL Patch for Solaris
6304867
6337931
6381610
6422606
6425711
■
6310706
6370332
6390277
6422765
6325241
6372166
6395879
6423678
6320884
6378129
6390026
6426814
6318796
6331508
6395712
6424131
6331251
6315618
6401397
6425010
6331516
6334385
6406474
6439494
6336456
6364166
6407746
6450137
4898884
6374033
6416582
6450143
120815-01 – SunOS 5.10: dmfe patch
5067101
■
120816-01 – SunOS 5.10: at and batch Patch
6208425
■
120824-06 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Fire (T1000, T2000) platform patch
6278442 6311020 6314098 6321414 6362334 6378766 6446309
■
120825-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: FJSVpiclu depend file
6318307
■
120830-05 – SunOS 5.10: vi and ex patch
6208422 6219736 6219754 6320769 6320774 6320778 6320781 6320783
■
120837-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For DEPEND Files
6213629 6317245
■
120845-03 – SunOS 5.10: auditd patch
1236941 4875480 4931229 6261894 6357764 6388050 6394554 6403267 6415509 6415519 6415523
6415535 6429516 6435911 6449278 6457407 6458668 6465639
■
120873-04 – SunOS 5.10: xscreensaver localization message patch
6203951 6316915 6388099 6404846 6417480
■
120887-06 – SunOS 5.10: cdrw patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
209
SPARC Patch List
5097578 6226041 6237805 6237817 6239665 6297848 6327126 6346283 6372024 6373496 6374677
6383886 6416089
■
120889-01 – SunOS 5.10: librac patch
6297767
■
120900-04 – SunOS 5.10: libzonecfg Patch
6200896 6218854 6328286 6346201 6400792
■
6327283
6336694
6351522
6384945
6409222
6305850
6338638
6356543
6389874
6417196
120928-10 – SunOS 5.10: Sun XVR-2500 Graphics Accelerator Patch
6316467
6342123
6356574
6376512
6419816
■
6234713
6265643
6359915
6386449
6425030
6307350
6309117
6339673
6391204
6432929
6265574
6334385
6360556
6397140
6437009
6238000
6334397
6359124
6401718
6441945
6325762
6336633
6336810
6406755
6441948
6205581
6337380
6345789
6401206
6448736
6314730
6344057
6358136
6407749
6443032
6320112
6345188
6368899
6400329
6444128
120932-01 – Solaris 10 U1: Live Upgrade to S10U1 fails due to checkinstall script
6320417
■
120934-01 – Solaris 10 U1: Live Upgrade to S10U1 fails due to SUNWccccrr postinatall
6320433
■
120984-01 – SunOS 5.10: nss_user.so.1 Patch
6235336
■
1260290
5004701
6250211
6312949
6345690
6389326
4063945
5086715
6256157
6312954
6346183
6389488
120986-08 – SunOS 5.10: mkfs and newfs patch
4215923
5096886
6256372
6322005
6351165
6421216
■
4471706
6175186
6262573
6322205
6354381
6427134
4775289
6184783
6264883
6332352
6354997
4799697
6198523
6265542
6335370
6355634
4836779
6208131
6277961
6337437
6360864
4845221
6217870
6284968
6338081
6362641
4857410
6223375
6303398
6338386
6365138
4872089
6240363
6312941
6338653
6379909
120988-01 – SunOS 5.10: grpck Patch
6221968
■
120990-02 – SunOS 5.10: net-physical Patch
5062168 6369648
■
120992-02 – SunOS 5.10: nfs_clnt.h and nfs4_clnt.h Patch
6266836 6282389
■
210
120994-01 – SunOS 5.10: elf_amd64.h Patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
4890510
6245090
6312946
6341429
6381344
SPARC Patch List
6236594
■
121002-03 – SunOS 5.10: pax patch
6300407 6324879 6383586
■
121004-03 – SunOS 5.10: sh patch
6277636 6388209 6471812
■
121006-01 – SunOS 5.10: libkadm5 and kadmind patch
6215066 6227969 6265737 6278018
■
121010-02 – SunOS 5.10: rpc.metad patch
6242768 6324927
■
121012-02 – SunOS 5.10: traceroute patch
6238818 6290611 6290623 6291147 6291879 6298211 6298351
■
121036-01 – Gnome 2.6.0: base libraries patch
6215709
■
121061-01 – SunOS 5.10: motd Patch
6222495
■
121081-06 – SunOS 5.10: Connected Customer Agents 1.1.0
6450206 6304558 6319108 6300369 6395708 6392682
■
121095-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: GNOME EXIF tag parsing library for digital cameras
6257383
■
121104-01 – Adobe Acrobat Reader patch
6300634 6333477 6338781
■
4986258
6303345
6316614
6334470
6391266
6402500
6282393
6386364
6359761
5002316
6303347
6316714
6336315
6395034
6328282
6340362
6398238
6360451
121118-09 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Update Connection System Client 1.0.8
5022653
6304050
6318386
6337321
6395874
6363941
6350073
6340355
6364454
5023766
6304752
6320362
6337356
6381063
6364707
6372139
6285415
6372515
5029322
6304766
6326062
6341454
6266869
6361487
6376004
6370198
6290732
5066299
6305349
6326563
6354986
6327311
6362887
6382999
6350209
6253356
5075120
6309151
6327736
6362828
6372563
6372108
6383224
4985449
6242319
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6283475
6311346
6327855
6363403
6378893
6358651
6383315
6276248
6241235
6286401
6311982
6330775
6367722
6381322
6362166
6383653
6317612
6331302
6301964
6315572
6331953
6372274
6373946
6350232
6385661
6335197
6356114
6302734
6316079
6334463
6381140
6373939
6305271
6385673
6355862
6356149
211
SPARC Patch List
6362146 6410539 6410531 6410542 6410544 6410545 6404885 6411679 6431846 6431851 6386168
6437159 6436114 6406720 6448807 6455598 6455708 6418687 6444021 5031178 6329912 6360929
6374784 6390448 6393075 6407897 6407904 6408613 6336989 6383012 6408544 6434792
■
121128-01 – SunOS 5.10: lofs patch
5034470
■
121130-01 – SunOS 5.10: librcm.so.1 patch
5103374
■
121132-01 – SunOS 5.10: cryptmod patch
6378797
■
121133-02 – SunOS 5.10: zones library and zones utility patch
6200896 6317239 6328286 6329667 6339404 6346201 6393109 6400792 6415764
■
121136-01 – Adobe Acrobat Reader patch
6300634
■
121215-01 – SunOS 5.10: ipsecconf patch
6214460
■
121229-01 – SunOS 5.10: libssl patch
6332476
■
121235-01 – SunOS 5.10: rcapd patch
6228013
■
121239-02 – SunOS 5.10: libgss patch
5008950 6203833 6410987
■
121265-03 – SunOS 5.10: libc_psr_hwcap1.so.1 patch
6315997 6325559 6485804
■
121286-04 – SunOS 5.10: libfru.so.1 and libfrureg.so.1 patch
6309900 6325788 6374002 6430721
■
121288-01 – SunOS 5.10: svcs patch
6293006 6306667
■
212
121296-01 – SunOS 5.10: fgrep Patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
6295261
■
121306-02 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6323208 6336160
■
121308-08 – SunOS 5.10: Solaris Management Console Patch
5016983 5090761 6179516 6183058 6365746 6378956 6383511 6389712 6396510 6407617 6434217
6434535 6461461
■
121336-02 – SunOS 5.10: FUJITSU ULTRA LVD SCSI Host Bus Adapter Driver 1.0
patch
6342915 6342916 6342918 6398480
■
121337-01 – SunOS 5.10: tlimod patch
6328296
■
121394-01 – SunOS 5.10: aio_impl.h patch
4954646 6183621
■
121406-01 – SunOS 5.10: ikeadm patch
6268124 6283165
■
121428-03 – SunOS 5.10: Live Upgrade Zones Support Patch
5015838 6221561 6242607 6381089
■
4873203
6265069
6322962
6381089
4992478
6284550
6328587
6390111
5015838
6286969
6332091
6398112
■
6322616
6288194
6302650
6316780
121430-13 – SunOS 5.8 5.9 5.10: Live Upgrade Patch
5106987
6297948
6335531
6405123
6221561
6297950
6336069
6411522
6221609
6317386
6336160
6411937
6224940
6319706
6339728
6420644
6252385
6319769
6347732
6432846
6252388 6253700 6263351
6320330 6322850 6322867
6357186 6365289 6367766
6477349
121453-02 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Update Connection Client Foundation
6348676 6325141 6325580 6325603 6324926 6325021 6319981 6324894 6316500 6288010
6288300 6289010 6293659 6297756 6298489 6299025 6300171 6300219 6300355 6300794
6303352 6303587 6304558 6304563 6304786 6306155 6260830 6315572 6314437 6314341
6342800
■
121463-06 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Accessibility Libraries Patch
6347858 6340516 6358227 6386230 6431039 6377106 6437617
■
121474-01 – SunOS 5.10: audit_event patch
4931229
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
213
SPARC Patch List
■
121487-01 – CDE 1.6: dtmail patch
6337697
■
121549-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: FJSVdrdr.us r.mainfest file
6231947
■
121556-01 – SunOS 5.10: SUNW,Netra-CP3010 platform patch
6237913 6313078
■
121557-01 – SunOS 5.10: SUNW,Netra-CP3010 usr/platform patch
6237913 6336317
■
121558-01 – SunOS 5.10: SUNW,Netra-CP3010 platform patch
6237913
■
121559-01 – SunOS 5.10: Netra-CP3010 libprtdiag_psr patch
6237913 6336317
■
121561-04 – SunOS 5.10: keymap patch
6277193 6361984 6362506 6366101 6381421 6452685
■
121575-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6345097
■
121580-01 – SunOS 5.10: daktari and cherrystone header files patch
6240925
■
121606-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: Python patch
6199942 6247860 6318436 6318475 6340077
■
121620-02 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for mediaLib in Solaris
6359985 6347707 6397621
■
121667-02 – SunOS 5.10 : pilot-link header patch
6321205 6334598
■
121669-01 – SunOS 5.10: SunFreeware pilot-link man pages patch
6321205
■
214
121671-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: SPECIAL PATCH for SUNWPython package
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
6199942 6247860 6318436 6318475 6340077
■
121675-08 – SunOS 5.10: Japanese Input System ATOK patch
6362324 6373667 6409794 6424740 6432726 6441936
■
121677-03 – SunOS 5.10: Japanese Input System Wnn patch
6362324 6443559 6427007 6396016 6396007
■
121679-02 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: Japanese Input System Wnn patch
6362324
■
121721-01 – SunOS 5.10: SVM header files patch
6263122
■
121734-05 – SunOS 5.10: patch to support addition of new UTF-8 locales
6303757 6314560 6338821 4937197 6326805 6380372 6400651 6404973 6425697
■
121778-12 – SunOS 5.10: Script Patch
4920408 4931229 5026812 6229153 6232332 6287428 6301944 6336517 6340983 4108775 6338660
6338653 6303973 6426899 6434795 6345641
■
121780-11 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE Files
4831622 4920408 4931229 6178604 6232332 6301944 6353217 6313684 4108775 6299476 6338653
6403183 6377502 6427081 6426899 6345641
■
121870-01 – X11 6.6.2: xterm patch
6315492
■
121901-01 – SunOS 5.10: i.manifest r.manifest class action script patch
6209178
■
121921-02 – SunOS 5.10: libumem library patch
6308756 6317793 6341280 6385367
■
121923-01 – Gnome 2.6.0: GNOME CD Burner patch
6210267
■
121944-02 – SunOS 5.10: libpsvcpolicy and libpsvcpolicy_psr patch
6214188 6250164 6286821 6337779 6439953 6466844
■
121946-01 – SunOS 5.10: Error processing FRU tree: IO error patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
215
SPARC Patch List
6325788
■
121947-01 – SunOS 5.10: New Keyboards software needed
6217588
■
121953-02 – SunOS 5.10: Localization patch for new EMEA FIGGS locales
6321422 6388015
■
121975-01 – CDE 1.6: Xsession patch
6354282
■
121977-02 – CDE 1.6: dtlogin resources patch
6309633 6386254
■
122005-01 – SunOS 5.10 : SunFreeware growisofs man pages
6346516
■
122009-01 – SunOS 5.10: SunFreeware cdrtools patch
6251877 6318184
■
122011-01 – SunOS 5.10: SunFreeware cdrtools man pages patch
6251877 6318184
■
122021-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For depend File
6251877 6318184
■
122029-01 – SunOS 5.10: NIS+ nis patch
6254605 6261290
■
122031-01 – SunOS 5.10: cgsix Patch
6246748
■
122032-02 – SunOS 5.10: Update timezones patch
6226357 6348147 6380398
■
122064-01 – CDE 1.6: Tooltalk ttsession patch for Solaris 10
6328571
■
122083-02 – SunOS 5.10: fsck mirrored patch
5044015 6273536 6331370
■
216
122085-01 – SunOS 5.10: nispasswd patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
6225117
■
122087-01 – SunOS 5.10: LTC1427-connected fan device driver patch
6176554
■
122119-05 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Arabic Fonts
6346091 6377955 6380993 6403522 6458616
■
122130-02 – SunOS 5.10: Patch to update SUNWlocaledefsrc files
6345525 6432211
■
122172-06 – SunOS 5.10: swap swapadd isaexec patch
6194015 6338653 6363824 6415521 6421970 6426755 6426760
■
122174-03 – SunOS 5.10: dumpadm patch
6194015 6338653 6421970
■
122180-01 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for North African locale issues
6348993
■
122183-02 – SunOS 5.10: logadm timestamp patch
4824041 6448850
■
122204-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: configuration framework Patch
6310437
■
122208-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: Removable Media Patch
6207027
■
122210-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: GNOME Media Player Patch
6370445
■
4788904
5088581
6200485
6217648
6237403
6255964
6312736
6363752
6404437
4899270
5108742
6202413
6218072
6238031
6261299
6312879
6371901
6405059
122212-14 – GNOME 2.6.0: GNOME Desktop Patch
5011528
6174227
6202416
6218831
6239595
6262830
6314534
6385401
6405923
5028758
6174239
6203727
6222326
6239962
6267922
6317578
6389444
6418344
5032088
6179500
6205402
6225051
6244269
6271501
6324700
6393698
6421852
5037390
6191372
6208184
6230090
6247833
6273175
6340714
6393714
6424152
5037397
6193275
6209566
6230098
6248517
6277164
6340716
6393724
6424743
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
5054339
6195818
6210443
6232275
6250742
6291127
6347227
6393731
6426293
5054519
6197950
6211279
6232578
6251220
6298139
6347360
6398671
6426326
5056390
6200000
6214222
6234837
6253594
6303219
6354209
6402088
6429887
5072848
6200326
6214486
6234894
6255199
6303664
6363035
6402894
6432728
217
SPARC Patch List
6440923 6446935 6450436 6451420 6455491 6456363 6457141 6458563 6459430 6437405 6446780
6404286 6464949 6464582 6457350 6456258 6406972 6472442
■
122225-01 – SunOS 5.10_sparc, SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
6381140
■
122231-01 – SunOS 5.10 Sun Connection agents, transport certificate update
6379777
■
122239-01 – SunOS 5.10: Apache 2 mod_perl Perl cgi patch
6289386
■
122251-01 – SunOS 5.10: librestart.so.1 patch
6338570
■
122255-03 – SunOS 5.10: etc/flash/precreation/caplib patch
5062145 6261859 6297798 6357980 6370222 6370368 6371413 6376429 6376682 6428121
■
122259-01 – SunOS 5.10: SunFreeware gnu esp ghostscript patch
6333285 6343050 6360710 6360803
■
122261-01 – SunOS 5.10: SunFreeware ghostscript man pages patch
6333285 6343050 6360710 6360803
■
122263-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: fp plug-in for cfgadm
6319165
■
122363-02 – SunOS 5.10: fru_container.conf and libfruaccess.so.1 patch
6365800 6439953
■
122376-01 – SunOS 5.10: prex patch
6403612
■
122404-01 – SunOS 5.10: xntpd patch
4529113
■
122408-01 – SunOS 5.10: libmtmalloc patch
6217567
■
122410-01 – SunOS 5.10: ldaplist patch
6294728 6365882
218
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
SPARC Patch List
■
122412-01 – SunOS 5.10: ipseckey patch
6258318
■
122416-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: depend file patch
2129341
■
122418-01 – SunOS 5.10: Fix Garbled Message Issues for Ru
6363262
■
122420-02 – SunOS 5.10: Simplified Chinese locale patch
6357520 6452120
■
122422-03 – SunOS 5.10: add missing locale files for Mozilla
6387991 6403436 6419527 6418839
■
122424-01 – SunOS 5.10: Mozilla default bookmarks patch
6412687
■
122470-02 – Gnome 2.6.0: GNOME Java Help Patch
6364981 6434498
■
122487-04 – SunOS 5.10: Patch for Middle Eastern Region locale issue
6380993 6403522 6411975
■
122513-02 – SunOS 5.10: devfsadm SUNW_cfg_link.so patch
6326077 6326078 6326505 6326531 6439953
■
122515-01 – SunOS 5.10: boston platform patch
6313684 6342066
■
122517-03 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Fire V215/V245 platmod patch
6313684 6328752 6342066 6360332 6372133 6405176 6455769
■
122521-01 – SunOS 5.10: locator patch
6347537
■
122525-03 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Fire V445 patch
6313684 6328752 6342066 6365052 6372133 6373525 6405176 6455769
■
122535-01 – SunOS 5.10: llib-lcrypto patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
219
SPARC Patch List
6285539 6287497
■
122537-02 – SunOS 5.10: libpiclenvmon.so.1 patch
6394558 6439953
■
122637-01 – SunOS 5.10: zonename patch
6393109 6405807 6407551
■
6276934
6365101
6398380
6402388
6407635
6411780
6280668
6381344
6398622
6402569
6407791
6413125
122640-05 – SunOS 5.10: zfs genesis patch
6285992
6392291
6398664
6402598
6407842
6413573
■
6322005
6393003
6398713
6403294
6408482
6413731
6322205
6393443
6399272
6405008
6409927
6416101
6335370
6395670
6399301
6406959
6410371
6420920
6338081
6396049
6399767
6407365
6410698
6422565
6338386
6396628
6399899
6407366
6410700
6423046
6338653
6397071
6399918
6407367
6410709
6424405
6341429
6397267
6399930
6407377
6410711
6426323
6343608
6398177
6400742
6407444
6410836
6435700
5004701
6231612
6292928
6332352
6351165
6389326
6397915
6428008
5008923
6240363
6299045
6335370
6351221
6390074
6399963
6429516
5022506
6250211
6299048
6337437
6354381
6390239
6400688
6433679
122646-01 – SunOS 5.10: zlogin patch
6393109 6405807 6407551
■
4063945
5022513
6256157
6303398
6338081
6354997
6390248
6403267
6439953
4799697
5049028
6256372
6305400
6338386
6355634
6391051
6404654
6451146
122660-07 – SunOS 5.10: zones jumbo patch
4963361
5085664
6262573
6310003
6338653
6360864
6393109
6405233
6463524
■
4963365
5096886
6265542
6315190
6341429
6362641
6393490
6405807
6473639
4964162
6198523
6269042
6318536
6345056
6376743
6394554
6407551
6474678
4966416
6217870
6269046
6321858
6345690
6379341
6396823
6415181
6474991
4971371
6223375
6277961
6322005
6345758
6379909
6397007
6426755
6483014
4979830
6224806
6284968
6322205
6346183
6381344
6397853
6426760
6483435
122669-01 – Evolution 1.4.6: Cryptographic Library patch
6316976
■
122675-01 – SunOS 5.10 : SunFreeware samba man pages patch
4768591 6174211 6332751 6344828 6362017 6379618
■
122700-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome libs CAS Patch
6348450 6394047 6399245
■
122735-01 – CDE 1.6: backdrops patch
6385021
■
220
122752-04 – SunOS 5.10: FMA snmp patch
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SPARC Patch List
5076562
6229087
6272568
6305465
6323393
6346926
6366825
6367067
6370284
6379498
6389650
6392166
6419030
5083131
6229583
6281100
6307994
6323554
6354842
6367031
6367068
6370798
6381022
6390114
6392223
6441878
6181364
6230033
6281113
6309430
6328144
6356155
6367044
6367069
6370802
6383188
6390119
6392467
■
5076562
6229087
6272568
6305465
6323393
6346926
6366825
6367067
6370284
6379498
6389650
6392166
5083131
6229583
6281100
6307994
6323554
6354842
6367031
6367068
6370798
6381022
6390114
6392223
6202015
6232309
6284455
6313638
6332245
6359850
6367047
6367073
6372151
6384727
6390232
6393362
6216286
6237801
6286625
6313668
6333184
6363503
6367049
6367075
6373071
6385004
6390296
6395385
6219101
6255593
6295417
6313670
6333617
6365335
6367051
6367222
6376283
6385007
6390617
6397762
6220169
6264225
6298484
6314073
6335522
6365742
6367053
6367985
6377319
6385479
6390709
6397830
6221584
6265569
6298972
6322672
6335549
6365743
6367057
6368526
6377640
6385516
6391117
6398161
6222529
6266851
6298974
6323319
6342823
6366758
6367061
6368690
6378297
6388986
6391121
6411790
6223178
6267828
6298981
6323322
6342977
6366821
6367063
6369961
6378676
6389646
6391774
6413092
6222529
6266851
6298974
6323319
6342823
6366758
6367061
6368690
6378297
6388986
6391121
6223178
6267828
6298981
6323322
6342977
6366821
6367063
6369961
6378676
6389646
6391774
122754-01 – SunOS 5.10: Exacct catalogue patch
6181364
6230033
6281113
6309430
6328144
6356155
6367044
6367069
6370802
6383188
6390119
6392467
■
6183842
6232253
6282049
6310438
6331093
6359264
6367046
6367070
6371490
6384565
6390205
6393356
6183842
6232253
6282049
6310438
6331093
6359264
6367046
6367070
6371490
6384565
6390205
6393356
6202015
6232309
6284455
6313638
6332245
6359850
6367047
6367073
6372151
6384727
6390232
6393362
6216286
6237801
6286625
6313668
6333184
6363503
6367049
6367075
6373071
6385004
6390296
6395385
6219101
6255593
6295417
6313670
6333617
6365335
6367051
6367222
6376283
6385007
6390617
6397762
6220169
6264225
6298484
6314073
6335522
6365742
6367053
6367985
6377319
6385479
6390709
6397830
6221584
6265569
6298972
6322672
6335549
6365743
6367057
6368526
6377640
6385516
6391117
6398161
122761-01 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Update Connection Bootstrapper
6390372 6323830 6350505
■
122763-01 – SunOS 5.10: SunVideo 1.4 procedural patch
6398974
■
122860-03 – SunOS 5.10: SCN Update Manager localization patch
6407430 6453773 6460262
■
122911-02 – SunOS 5.10: Apache 1.3 Patch
6308127 6325738 6423033 6452767
■
122958-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: RealPlayer media application
6382797 6383322 6383359 6383367 6377814 6450213
■
123003-02 – SunOS 5.10: dependency issue with SUNWopenssl-include
6316308 6417985 6444027 6444779 6445882
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
221
SPARC Patch List
■
123005-05 – SunOS 5.10: Basic Registration Update
6302968 6316245 6334932 6367975 6398507 6399623 6399760 6440989 6444883 6437572 6448823
6449808 6452877 6450286 6468537 6480357 6462733 6428301 6434413 6449413 6448995
■
123011-01 – SunOS 5.10: BR desktop icon patch
6398507 6421950
■
123015-01 – SunOS 5.10: ps patch
6284623
■
123017-01 – SunOS 5.10: inetd patch
6240909
■
123121-02 – SunOS 5.10: libwsreg.so.1 Patch
6415472 6426965
■
123123-02 – SunOS 5.10_sparc, SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
6423146
■
123132-01 – SunOS 5.10: more patch
4268038
■
123140-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6415472
■
123144-01 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome RealPlayer CAS Patch
6414069
■
123162-02 – GNOME 2.6.0: Gnome Java Run Time Patch
6226929 6411153
■
123186-01 – SunOS 5.10: NIS yp utilities patch
6332906
■
123194-01 – SunOS 5.10: cron patch
6270017
■
123249-02 – SunOS 5.10: wc patch
5002139
■
222
123252-01 – SunOS 5.10: platform/SUNW,Netra-T2000 patch
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SPARC Patch List
6378766
■
123256-02 – SunOS 5.10: eri patch
4629135 6244642 6375481 6394546 6446932
■
123258-11 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE files
■
123259-12 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For SCRIPT patch
■
123271-01 – SunOS 5.10: iwscn patch
6347629
■
123301-01 – SunOS 5.10: i2c_svc patch
6396416
■
123319-01 – SunOS 5.10: sysacct patch
6367316
■
123322-01 – SunOS 5.10: pwconv patch
6379530
■
123324-01 – SunOS 5.10: sshd patch
6376800
■
123326-01 – SunOS 5.10: tail patch
6354078
■
123328-01 – SunOS 5.10: expr patch
6354064
■
123330-01 – SunOS 5.10: pam_passwd_auth.so.1 patch
6311010
■
123332-01 – SunOS 5.10: tftp and in.tftpd patch
6301318
■
123334-04 – SunOS 5.10: e1000g_transition patch
6428335 6454256 6458975 6458990 6459125 6459175 6460844 6461277 6464716
■
123358-02 – SunOS 5.10: jumpstart and live upgrade compliance patch
6372009 6433495 6445971
■
123360-01 – SunOS 5.10: usr/sbin/prtfru patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
223
SPARC Patch List
6382587
■
123362-01 – SunOS 5.10: libkvm.so.1 patch
6219276 6244042 6254431 6308413
■
123494-03 – X11 6.6.2: fontconfig patch
6355580 6405629 6477134
■
123520-01 – SunOS 5.10: basename & dirname patch
6210677
■
123526-01 – SunOS 5.10: libcurses patch
4503183 5027709 5089079
■
123535-01 – APOC 1.2: depend patch
6388397
■
123554-02 – SunOS 5.10: Japanese input System Wnn manpages patch
6362324
■
123590-01 – SunOS 5.10: PostgresSQL patch
6429619
■
123611-02 – X11 6.6.2: Trusted Extensions patch
6395871 6435331
■
123628-01 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: fp Script Patch to replace install
components
6385531
■
123630-01 – SunOS 5.10: HTTP proxy settings patch
6428301 6431004 6431011 6431282 6434415 6437572
■
123647-01 – SunOS 5.10: gcc library .la patch
6220191
■
123661-04 – SunOS 5.10: Basic Registration Localization
6442747 6442794 6453942 6451466
■
123809-01 – SunOS 5.10: rpcsec_gss patch
6273779
224
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SPARC Patch List
■
6365629
6414938
6434264
6461124
6365633
6417265
6440121
6461148
123839-04 – SunOS 5.10: Fault Manager Patch
6365645
6417268
6445128
6465541
■
6369762 6379529 6381172 6393267 6410884 6411941 6414703 6414871
6418474 6419724 6421336 6421451 6427002 6427423 6427559 6432953
6445887 6448956 6449001 6449076 6449954 6450734 6451146 6460405
6471117
123872-02 – SunOS 5.10_sparc, SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
6450350 6466183
■
123908-01 – SunOS 5.10: ar patch
6382170 6391407 6398391
■
123910-01 – SunOS 5.10: platform_sun4v.xml patch
6425012
■
123911-01 – SunOS 5.10: pam patch
6241740 6394554 6403267 6429516 6429769
■
123912-02 – SunOS 5.10: ppriv patch
6186472 6394554 6402114 6403267 6429516 6474295
■
123915-01 – SunOS 5.10: libcfgadm.so.1 patch
6374522
■
6369763
6411190
6420272
6444691
6456837
6379529
6413062
6423747
6445128
6463144
123916-03 – SunOS 5.10: OPL platform kernel patch
6401817
6413146
6423808
6445751
6463364
■
6404280
6413169
6427002
6449272
6464307
6406152
6414641
6427559
6451146
6465245
6409294
6414970
6432428
6451198
6466844
6409297
6415415
6434134
6452591
6473791
6409300
6415547
6435857
6454420
6409301
6416186
6437466
6455233
6410878
6416873
6440121
6455580
6411163
6417377
6444031
6456830
124093-02 – SunOS 5.10: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6438773 5016983
■
124141-01 – CDE 1.6: SPECIAL PATCH: For SCRIPT patch
■
124153-01 – SunOS 5.10: Solaris Management Applications Localization patch
6465514
■
124166-01 – SunOS 5.10 : SPECIAL PATCH: Script patch for 120272-06
■
124171-03 – SunOS 5.10: flash issue with SUNWscn-base due to broken package
6460977
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
225
SPARC Patch List
■
124179-01 – SunOS 5.10: Sun Update Connection Bootstrapper Localization
6465268
■
124188-02 – SunOS 5.10: Trusted Solaris Attributes Patch
6396510 6481568
■
4034947
6415739
6433264
6439102
6449033
6276916
6416482
6433406
6439370
6450292
124204-03 – SunOS 5.10: zfs patch
6288488
6416759
6433408
6440499
6451124
■
6366301
6416794
6433679
6443585
6451412
6373978
6417978
6433680
6444346
6451860
6385436
6420204
6433717
6446569
6452372
6397148
6424554
6435779
6447377
6452420
6393490
6425111
6436514
6447381
6452923
6401400
6425740
6436524
6447452
6453304
6405966
6430121
6436526
6448371
6458781
6409302
6433208
6436800
6448999
6479553
124208-01 – SunOS 5.10: tsol header patch
5039974 5068886 6186472 6227744 6243434 6244217 6268229 6270225 6274647 6293271 6313214
6355953 6389264 6391893 6394554 6399963 6402114 6403267 6404051 6404290 6404563 6404654
6404729 6404877 6405400 6405777 6406097 6407920 6411400 6412471 6413767 6413809 6414797
■
124235-01 – SunOS 5.10: libpam.so.1 patch
6439960
■
124237-01 – SunOS 5.10: ftp patch
6319844
■
124280-01 – SunOS 5.10: libkdb.so.1 patch
6211662
■
124286-01 – SunOS 5.10: chkey core dump
6380913
■
124325-01 – SunOS 5.10: rcm modules patch
4659930
■
124327-03 – SunOS 5.10: libpcp patch
6419154 6470870 6478974
■
124337-01 – SunOS 5.10: FUJITSU PCI Fibre Channel Driver 3.0 miniroot patch
6474425
■
124363-01 – SunOS 5.10: /usr/bin/stardict patch
6465248
226
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SPARC Patch List
■
124393-02 – CDE 1.6: Dtlogin smf patch
6200922 6444304 6389083 6463474 6460522
■
124395-01 – CDE1.6: dtaction patch
6405981
■
124399-01 – CDE1.6: dtfile patch
6405981
■
124401-01 – CDE1.6: dtpad patch
6405981
■
124403-01 – CDE1.6: dtstyle patch
6405981
■
124405-01 – CDE1.6: sdtfprop patch
6405981
■
124442-01 – SunOS 5.10: ssh patch
6450490
■
124444-01 – SunOS 5.10: mountd patch
4613875
■
124457-01 – X11 6.6.2: xdm patch
6388471 6423858 6398796
■
124463-02 – SunOS sparc : cacao 2.0 patch 02
6384513 6369806 6283710 6461406 6471203 6482383
■
124614-01 – SunOS 5.10: sconadm proxy: UnknownHostException
6469551
■
124628-01 – SunOS 5.10: CD-ROM Install Boot Image Patch
6272742 6438773 6450040 6467841 6472014 6473406 6474558 6476699 6480302 6481557
■
124630-03 – SunOS 5.10: System Administration Applications, Network, and Core
Libraries Patch
6272742 6411706 6429460 6438773 6474558 6476699 6481557 6489035
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
227
x86 Patch List
x86 Patch List
■
113000-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SUNWgrub patch
6238277 6332309 6346889 6353778 6355498
■
117181-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: /kernel/drv/pcscsi patch
6235392
■
117435-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: biosdev patch
6237903 6268888 6291914
■
117448-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch usr/sbin/ntpdate
6237001
■
117464-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: passwdutil Patch
4996426 5007891 5096736
■
117466-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: fwtmp Patch
6180974
■
5076562
6219276
6232253
6264225
6281113
6308413
6323319
6333617
6354842
6367031
6367068
6370798
6378676
6389646
6391121
6398325
6421650
6429361
5083131
6220169
6232309
6265569
6282049
6309430
6323322
6335522
6356155
6367044
6367069
6370802
6379498
6389650
6391774
6399875
6421659
6430015
118344-14 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Fault Manager Patch
6181364
6221584
6237801
6266851
6284455
6310438
6323393
6335549
6359264
6367046
6367070
6371490
6381022
6390114
6392166
6406417
6422221
6430823
■
6183842
6222529
6239573
6267828
6286625
6313638
6323532
6336193
6359850
6367047
6367073
6372151
6383188
6390119
6392223
6409768
6422560
6430825
6202015
6223178
6240456
6272568
6295417
6313668
6323554
6338081
6363503
6367049
6367075
6373071
6384565
6390205
6392467
6413110
6423975
6434164
6202643
6223348
6244042
6273144
6298484
6313670
6326958
6338653
6365335
6367051
6367222
6373879
6384727
6390211
6393356
6414182
6424520
6437467
6213277
6224293
6244989
6276462
6298972
6314073
6328144
6342066
6365742
6367053
6367985
6376283
6385004
6390232
6393362
6416496
6424523
6438703
6216286
6225875
6254303
6277362
6298974
6320584
6331093
6342823
6365743
6367057
6368526
6377319
6385007
6390296
6395385
6416735
6425600
6441262
6218246
6229087
6254431
6278369
6298981
6321736
6332245
6342977
6366758
6367061
6368690
6377640
6385479
6390617
6397762
6419218
6426514
6441865
6218463
6229583
6255593
6278378
6305465
6322672
6332630
6346926
6366821
6367063
6369961
6377690
6385516
6390709
6397830
6419771
6428381
118368-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: csh Patch
6209912 6230795 6282038 6307905 6311438 6314637 6336149
■
228
118372-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: elfsign Patch
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6219101
6230033
6256371
6281100
6307994
6322749
6333184
6351025
6366825
6367067
6370284
6378297
6388986
6391117
6398161
6421627
6428843
x86 Patch List
4987141 5019131 5057756 5099921 6196062 6214106 6214824 6216464 6218014 6218030 6220136
6221396 6222046 6222935 6238177 6238962 6239551 6258804 6258976 6259973 6265403 6268124
6282641 6283570 6301500 6317027 6326584 6331159 6333693 6340770 6347364 6348585 6367959
■
118374-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: mpstat Patch
6223353
■
118561-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: usr/bin/telnet patch
6234932 6317227
■
118567-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ping Command Patch
6222209
■
4486732
5076692
6186200
6225432
6265809
6296324
6314759
6326020
6335114
6343401
6350975
6356458
6367204
6385940
6418103
5053844
6182812
6232954
6257260
6282084
6295680
6307455
6325315
6332350
6346725
5086160
6212440
6240755
6263814
6306172
5074396
5097241
4726957
5083253
6186840
6229618
6267224
6300270
6317336
6326417
6336111
6344778
6351064
6356527
6367496
6386556
6420264
5062222
6195469
6233622
6258466
6282891
6296125
6310737
6325748
6337834
6347132
5086424
6214543
6245809
6264872
4207472
5076514
5101391
118668-06 – J2SE 5.0_x86: update 6 patch
4836493
5086831
6189833
6232010
6271513
6305025
6318047
6326935
6336600
6345314
6351343
6356753
6371069
6386588
6426318
5068014
6197534
6237688
6260834
6283270
6296410
6310858
5060628
6338436
6348045
5089317
6217210
6250214
6268365
4305459
5077866
5102490
4924220
5089488
6193075
6234795
6274990
6306741
6319671
6327342
6337338
6346265
6351682
6359084
6371531
6387271
6428554
5073778
6197726
6239400
6262235
6283361
6298940
6311255
6201802
6338891
4521075
5109224
6223265
6250749
6269854
4881314
5078280
5109602
5013564
5093520
6201467
6242673
6275407
6309761
6319688
6328462
6338472
6346688
6353684
6360774
6372116
6388917
6429118
5083062
6204620
6240876
6262572
6285301
6301771
6313317
6259137
6340079
4855860
6180936
6224811
6251460
6272715
4964339
5079751
6174596
5018075
5093560
6206933
6245283
6279133
6309875
6320740
6329105
6339806
6346871
6353783
6362628
6376865
6389026
6429143
5092063
6206166
6241823
6263272
6286011
6302769
6315358
6305157
6340202
4868278
6183734
6226827
6255285
6274390
4975824
5083441
6176318
5023697
5098002
6209956
6245770
6280181
6310716
6322176
6330699
6339951
6347370
6354368
6363528
6376884
6389503
4263904
5101898
6206441
6248507
6264252
6286189
6302904
6317122
6311051
6342738
4896773
6186280
6229389
6255949
6278597
5003235
5087208
6176814
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
5056438
5098318
6214400
6257619
6280629
6312510
6322757
6330892
6341549
6347516
6354728
6363904
6379615
6390605
4976239
5104215
6208022
6251458
6267930
6287191
6304225
6317178
6322301
6343024
5039416
6190413
6231029
6257124
6279126
5044738
5088035
6178395
5056445
5102695
6214916
6261423
6285124
6313320
6324827
6332148
6342404
6348224
6355295
6363986
6381630
6390821
4986256
6173783
6215625
6253848
6269555
6287601
6304650
6317278
6325504
6287164
5045217
6192376
6232485
6257182
6283161
5053272
5092850
6186747
5062649
5103041
6215050
6261681
6295519
6313541
6325354
6332962
6342457
6350061
6355363
6366491
6384849
6391650
5043245
6174229
6231602
6254441
6271298
6291034
6305546
6322521
6329042
6343111
5070081
6207824
6233005
6258006
6286864
5055567
5095117
6191542
5075580
6178071
6223076
6263644
6295591
6314144
6326015
6333676
6342951
6350901
6355402
6366599
6385825
6415362
5047307
6177732
6232820
6256473
6281384
6294558
6305653
6322568
6331269
6344735
5077603
6209695
6235633
6259991
6296218
5067517
5097015
6192422
229
x86 Patch List
6194668
6213128
6226269
6237349
6254466
6261980
4548788
5075526
6180194
6208366
6215109
6227874
6234219
4684153
5051880
5079729
5090555
5103449
6178366
6186650
6191064
6195632
6201644
6207322
6219639
6195301
6214132
6227033
6237552
6255782
6263857
4656461
5075546
6181598
6208545
6215480
6228205
6234909
4845692
5054010
5079742
5090643
5104239
6179014
6188839
6192124
6195718
6201884
6209613
6220829
6196089
6218454
6227583
6237654
6256476
6268145
4897333
5080386
6181784
6208676
6215746
6229377
6237671
4911491
5058132
5084004
5091805
5105410
6179233
6188959
6192223
6197664
6201952
6210721
6221563
■
4486732
5076692
6186200
6225432
6265809
6296324
6314759
6326020
6335114
6343401
6350975
6356458
6367204
6385940
6418103
5053844
6182812
6232954
6257260
6282084
6295680
230
4726957
5083253
6186840
6229618
6267224
6300270
6317336
6326417
6336111
6344778
6351064
6356527
6367496
6386556
6420264
5062222
6195469
6233622
6258466
6282891
6296125
6198522
6218682
6228585
6240586
6256477
6268876
4924758
5082319
6182685
6208712
6218309
6229965
6238128
4915324
5058463
5084812
5092058
5105917
6182630
6188963
6192448
6198632
6202061
6211220
6222071
6200138
6218987
6231186
6241743
6256728
6273094
4949631
5089985
6189106
6208965
6219491
6231054
6247771
4974531
5062118
5086089
5094112
5105918
6183297
6189072
6192845
6199000
6203504
6212165
6222449
6203233
6220064
6231936
6243108
6258508
6273975
4984794
5092094
6189594
6209095
6219495
6231145
6250165
4980122
5064088
5087395
5094138
5106044
6184225
6189657
6192907
6199899
6205320
6214159
6224433
6203483
6222034
6232039
6243400
6258681
6277246
4994329
5100483
6195099
6209342
6221549
6231216
6250473
4987923
5070730
5087826
5094505
5107852
6184713
6189687
6192944
6200343
6205321
6214166
6224438
6204669
6223691
6232513
6244063
6259113
6277266
5017051
5101128
6206216
6209737
6222350
6232417
6261499
5003402
5073407
5088701
5097131
5108694
6184715
6190277
6193821
6200960
6205414
6214369
6225348
6205422
6224591
6232607
6250286
6261269
6277315
5023873
5104960
6206839
6210227
6224405
6232636
6261509
5023243
5074530
5088703
5097939
5110117
6184718
6190713
6194024
6201185
6205494
6214784
6233287
6210088
6225440
6233169
6250517
6261304
6277659
5024379
5105765
6207079
6213461
6226589
6233573
6261510
5037521
5074836
5089312
5099360
6175601
6185342
6190873
6194838
6201302
6206764
6215407
6219668
6211480
6225605
6234804
6252770
6261558
6278491
5056403
6173972
6207830
6213473
6227551
6234174
4388541
5038903
5079429
5089429
5102082
6177059
6185483
6190987
6195181
6201464
6207138
6216277
5062649
5103041
6215050
6261681
6295519
6313541
6325354
6332962
6342457
6350061
6355363
6366491
6384849
6391650
5043245
6174229
6231602
6254441
6271298
6291034
6305546
5075580
6178071
6223076
6263644
6295591
6314144
6326015
6333676
6342951
6350901
6355402
6366599
6385825
6415362
5047307
6177732
6232820
6256473
6281384
6294558
6305653
118669-06 – J2SE 5.0_x86: update 7 patch, 64bit
4836493
5086831
6189833
6232010
6271513
6305025
6318047
6326935
6336600
6345314
6351343
6356753
6371069
6386588
6426318
5068014
6197534
6237688
6260834
6283270
6296410
4924220
5089488
6193075
6234795
6274990
6306741
6319671
6327342
6337338
6346265
6351682
6359084
6371531
6387271
6428554
5073778
6197726
6239400
6262235
6283361
6298940
5013564
5093520
6201467
6242673
6275407
6309761
6319688
6328462
6338472
6346688
6353684
6360774
6372116
6388917
6429118
5083062
6204620
6240876
6262572
6285301
6301771
5018075
5093560
6206933
6245283
6279133
6309875
6320740
6329105
6339806
6346871
6353783
6362628
6376865
6389026
6429143
5092063
6206166
6241823
6263272
6286011
6302769
5023697
5098002
6209956
6245770
6280181
6310716
6322176
6330699
6339951
6347370
6354368
6363528
6376884
6389503
4263904
5101898
6206441
6248507
6264252
6286189
6302904
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
5056438
5098318
6214400
6257619
6280629
6312510
6322757
6330892
6341549
6347516
6354728
6363904
6379615
6390605
4976239
5104215
6208022
6251458
6267930
6287191
6304225
5056445
5102695
6214916
6261423
6285124
6313320
6324827
6332148
6342404
6348224
6355295
6363986
6381630
6390821
4986256
6173783
6215625
6253848
6269555
6287601
6304650
x86 Patch List
6307455
6325315
6332350
6346725
5086160
6212440
6240755
6263814
6306172
5074396
5097241
6194668
6213128
6226269
6237349
6254466
6261980
4548788
5075526
6180194
6208366
6215109
6227874
6234219
4684153
5051880
5079729
5090555
5103449
6178366
6186650
6191064
6195632
6201644
6207322
6219639
6310737
6325748
6337834
6347132
5086424
6214543
6245809
6264872
4207472
5076514
5101391
6195301
6214132
6227033
6237552
6255782
6263857
4656461
5075546
6181598
6208545
6215480
6228205
6234909
4845692
5054010
5079742
5090643
5104239
6179014
6188839
6192124
6195718
6201884
6209613
6220829
6310858
5060628
6338436
6348045
5089317
6217210
6250214
6268365
4305459
5077866
5102490
6196089
6218454
6227583
6237654
6256476
6268145
4897333
5080386
6181784
6208676
6215746
6229377
6237671
4911491
5058132
5084004
5091805
5105410
6179233
6188959
6192223
6197664
6201952
6210721
6221563
■
6311255
6201802
6338891
4521075
5109224
6223265
6250749
6269854
4881314
5078280
5109602
6198522
6218682
6228585
6240586
6256477
6268876
4924758
5082319
6182685
6208712
6218309
6229965
6238128
4915324
5058463
5084812
5092058
5105917
6182630
6188963
6192448
6198632
6202061
6211220
6222071
6313317
6259137
6340079
4855860
6180936
6224811
6251460
6272715
4964339
5079751
6174596
6200138
6218987
6231186
6241743
6256728
6273094
4949631
5089985
6189106
6208965
6219491
6231054
6247771
4974531
5062118
5086089
5094112
5105918
6183297
6189072
6192845
6199000
6203504
6212165
6222449
6315358
6305157
6340202
4868278
6183734
6226827
6255285
6274390
4975824
5083441
6176318
6203233
6220064
6231936
6243108
6258508
6273975
4984794
5092094
6189594
6209095
6219495
6231145
6250165
4980122
5064088
5087395
5094138
5106044
6184225
6189657
6192907
6199899
6205320
6214159
6224433
6317122
6311051
6342738
4896773
6186280
6229389
6255949
6278597
5003235
5087208
6176814
6203483
6222034
6232039
6243400
6258681
6277246
4994329
5100483
6195099
6209342
6221549
6231216
6250473
4987923
5070730
5087826
5094505
5107852
6184713
6189687
6192944
6200343
6205321
6214166
6224438
6317178
6322301
6343024
5039416
6190413
6231029
6257124
6279126
5044738
5088035
6178395
6204669
6223691
6232513
6244063
6259113
6277266
5017051
5101128
6206216
6209737
6222350
6232417
6261499
5003402
5073407
5088701
5097131
5108694
6184715
6190277
6193821
6200960
6205414
6214369
6225348
6317278
6325504
6287164
5045217
6192376
6232485
6257182
6283161
5053272
5092850
6186747
6205422
6224591
6232607
6250286
6261269
6277315
5023873
5104960
6206839
6210227
6224405
6232636
6261509
5023243
5074530
5088703
5097939
5110117
6184718
6190713
6194024
6201185
6205494
6214784
6233287
6322521
6329042
6343111
5070081
6207824
6233005
6258006
6286864
5055567
5095117
6191542
6210088
6225440
6233169
6250517
6261304
6277659
5024379
5105765
6207079
6213461
6226589
6233573
6261510
5037521
5074836
5089312
5099360
6175601
6185342
6190873
6194838
6201302
6206764
6215407
6219668
6322568
6331269
6344735
5077603
6209695
6235633
6259991
6296218
5067517
5097015
6192422
6211480
6225605
6234804
6252770
6261558
6278491
5056403
6173972
6207830
6213473
6227551
6234174
4388541
5038903
5079429
5089429
5102082
6177059
6185483
6190987
6195181
6201464
6207138
6216277
118677-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch for Solaris make and sccs utilities
6208430 5037057
■
118734-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch libssagent.so.1 and libssasnmp.so.1
6227115 6228341 6275006 6277029
■
118736-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: usr/sbin/rpc.nisd_resolv Patch
6220055
■
118778-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun GigaSwift Ethernet 1.0 driver patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
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x86 Patch List
6266985 6255365 6277650 6273441 6223263 6238254 6261657 6251174 6279238 6266901 6218302
6280692 6304571 6216131 6255394 6214285 6310502 6356079 4770635 6358618 6358633 4763926
6236474 6390978 6227233 6388242 6345632 6385683 6313896 6434341 4722784 6451235
■
118816-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: /usr/xpg4/bin/awk patch
5074811 6195584 6320514 6368966
■
118825-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sort patch
6178339
■
1156383
4471706
4691277
4872386
4921433
4957830
5010267
5034470
5047630
5076562
5084421
5096891
5110153
6183891
6195108
6198953
6203046
6207840
6210716
6213084
6214108
6215218
6217046
6219276
6220217
6221845
6223569
6224934
6226445
6227872
6229034
6230528
6232301
6233184
6234710
6236382
232
1236941
4500618
4699148
4873353
4921452
4967732
5013200
5034916
5052723
5076976
5085394
5099806
6174349
6184323
6195171
6199406
6203341
6207842
6210936
6213101
6214472
6215261
6217370
6219298
6220234
6222174
6223572
6225262
6226484
6227893
6229087
6230552
6232309
6233388
6234904
6236513
118855-33 – SunOS 5.10_x86: kernel patch
4034947
4511681
4727117
4875624
4927518
4972826
5016956
5039369
5058075
5079311
5085739
5099855
6175313
6185781
6196844
6199444
6203470
6208058
6211068
6213184
6214604
6215444
6217624
6219317
6220441
6222525
6223580
6225780
6226756
6227895
6229583
6230700
6232332
6233624
6235000
6236514
4063945
4521202
4739176
4880976
4928000
4995852
5016975
5039974
5061331
5080443
5085886
5102743
6175438
6186472
6196850
6200071
6203517
6208532
6211936
6213273
6214620
6215546
6217870
6219389
6220619
6222529
6223583
6225908
6226862
6228017
6229753
6230925
6232414
6233919
6235003
6236521
4108775
4621371
4763363
4886293
4931229
4997994
5016998
5041567
5062435
5080821
5089813
5102894
6178604
6189856
6196861
6200896
6203547
6208709
6212248
6213398
6214687
6216056
6218082
6219538
6221022
6222535
6223915
6226206
6226920
6228203
6229754
6230951
6232422
6234108
6235318
6236552
4256818
4634519
4782952
4892666
4932869
5004247
5017041
5042195
5065608
5082975
5090022
5105010
6178746
6190561
6197460
6201076
6203602
6208798
6212406
6213418
6214698
6216134
6218194
6219651
6221058
6222966
6224061
6226217
6226968
6228472
6230033
6231203
6232586
6234157
6235370
6236594
4294701
4636944
4796051
4898397
4938301
5004374
5018506
5042855
5067964
5083131
5090037
5105717
6179167
6191192
6198351
6201142
6203680
6209091
6212418
6213463
6214721
6216135
6218329
6219672
6221079
6223059
6224221
6226326
6227074
6228498
6230117
6231205
6232852
6234227
6236000
6236942
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
4316952
4638717
4799697
4905227
4939546
5004701
5019542
5042924
5068886
5083133
5090773
5106644
6180557
6192523
6198523
6201425
6204443
6209350
6212675
6213486
6214834
6216286
6219101
6219812
6221094
6223178
6224685
6226332
6227237
6228610
6230133
6231263
6232859
6234363
6236038
6236985
4352289
4644326
4845958
4908967
4947776
5005976
5023079
5044015
5071610
5083170
5096257
5106725
6181364
6192801
6198614
6201431
6204546
6209502
6212756
6213551
6214946
6216470
6219132
6219928
6221306
6223331
6224745
6226421
6227282
6228709
6230146
6231288
6232908
6234486
6236072
6237078
4387797
4659930
4852369
4913292
4951608
5007714
5023670
5045382
5073739
5084073
5096624
5106865
6182677
6194015
6198766
6202015
6205014
6210668
6212797
6213631
6215000
6216650
6219142
6220069
6221581
6223375
6224788
6226426
6227387
6228871
6230156
6231461
6233064
6234506
6236182
6237149
4419428
4670406
4855218
4915681
4954703
5007726
5024476
5046450
5076357
5084264
5096886
5108471
6183842
6194576
6198890
6202573
6207682
6210697
6212810
6213868
6215065
6217001
6219178
6220169
6221584
6223563
6224901
6226441
6227744
6228874
6230381
6232253
6233073
6234594
6236253
6237196
x86 Patch List
6237197
6237823
6239708
6241739
6244042
6245953
6248555
6250256
6252155
6253744
6255872
6257150
6259227
6260568
6261696
6262563
6264487
6265652
6267741
6269246
6271323
6272599
6273779
6274969
6278650
6281147
6282867
6284864
6287422
6290157
6291720
6294490
6297318
6299476
6301944
6304378
6306150
6309061
6311865
6314115
6316452
6319113
6322165
6323732
6326077
6326564
6328230
6330766
6237355
6238276
6239895
6241995
6244328
6246111
6248828
6250345
6252197
6254364
6256056
6257177
6259552
6260673
6261803
6262573
6264601
6266140
6267828
6269285
6271324
6272602
6273855
6275398
6279001
6281150
6282875
6284941
6288090
6290383
6291876
6294681
6297503
6299525
6302167
6304657
6306529
6309309
6312354
6314243
6316463
6320011
6322205
6323886
6326078
6326583
6328286
6330819
6237357
6238277
6239984
6242365
6244431
6246138
6249135
6250374
6252395
6254431
6256157
6257280
6259653
6260679
6261853
6262789
6264845
6266261
6268152
6269525
6271626
6272652
6273864
6275431
6279317
6281281
6282991
6284968
6288308
6290542
6292032
6294902
6297523
6299894
6302747
6304858
6306717
6309430
6312508
6314245
6316748
6320763
6322231
6324019
6326187
6326737
6328296
6330830
6237359
6238486
6240160
6242612
6244819
6246787
6249138
6250493
6252550
6254433
6256212
6257683
6259731
6260780
6261946
6262957
6264903
6266836
6268229
6270225
6271650
6272865
6273875
6275585
6279871
6281300
6283314
6285735
6288337
6290652
6292054
6295417
6297856
6300267
6302789
6304890
6306768
6309515
6313214
6314455
6316876
6320871
6322672
6324138
6326272
6326764
6328317
6331032
6237411
6238679
6240342
6243341
6244897
6246875
6249409
6250898
6252555
6254835
6256272
6257723
6260039
6260923
6261990
6262959
6264966
6266851
6268387
6270398
6271814
6272867
6274712
6275597
6280143
6281836
6283493
6286414
6288488
6290673
6292076
6295539
6298484
6300960
6303398
6304902
6306925
6309525
6313308
6314504
6316907
6321149
6322770
6324589
6326490
6326937
6328449
6331060
6237585
6238686
6240363
6243434
6244980
6247143
6249458
6251504
6252787
6254876
6256312
6257772
6260210
6261032
6262249
6263065
6265027
6266921
6268417
6270452
6271950
6273316
6274840
6276036
6280180
6281885
6283577
6286434
6288756
6290788
6292433
6295971
6298543
6301084
6303593
6304904
6307652
6309829
6313609
6314627
6317412
6321372
6322966
6324793
6326499
6326981
6328958
6331093
6237666
6239254
6240367
6243444
6245008
6247310
6249580
6251636
6252809
6255078
6256372
6257917
6260355
6261173
6262297
6263070
6265068
6267117
6268693
6270710
6272461
6273373
6274882
6276905
6280390
6282049
6283601
6286536
6288873
6290877
6292943
6296379
6298780
6301112
6303662
6305207
6307994
6310343
6313638
6314743
6318183
6321383
6323272
6325175
6326502
6327336
6329568
6331154
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6237669
6239279
6240490
6243456
6245233
6247821
6249703
6251722
6252856
6255593
6256393
6258024
6260361
6261284
6262302
6263194
6265183
6267352
6268697
6270748
6272550
6273374
6274894
6276916
6280459
6282340
6283655
6286625
6289134
6290936
6293265
6296526
6298972
6301218
6303761
6305386
6308117
6310438
6313668
6314894
6318306
6321591
6323319
6325213
6326505
6327693
6329696
6331370
6237779
6239573
6240663
6243604
6245378
6247936
6249707
6251754
6253388
6255609
6256554
6258318
6260526
6261642
6262304
6263338
6265425
6267684
6268846
6271033
6272563
6273456
6274899
6277084
6280467
6282389
6284239
6286705
6289318
6291263
6293271
6296681
6298974
6301274
6303973
6305465
6308155
6310736
6313670
6315002
6318401
6321607
6323322
6325408
6326531
6327929
6329796
6331878
6237793
6239625
6240956
6243675
6245467
6248250
6250131
6251798
6253496
6255670
6256813
6258834
6260557
6261643
6262347
6264169
6265542
6267718
6268943
6271075
6272568
6273474
6274924
6277362
6281100
6282392
6284254
6287250
6289440
6291309
6293332
6296934
6298981
6301766
6304200
6305935
6308413
6311025
6313929
6315610
6318423
6322005
6323393
6325893
6326533
6327969
6330278
6331880
6237801
6239671
6241299
6243697
6245760
6248527
6250211
6251862
6253561
6255855
6256824
6259168
6260567
6261685
6262353
6264225
6265569
6267731
6269064
6271314
6272588
6273730
6274965
6277961
6281113
6282776
6284455
6287398
6289503
6291547
6293434
6297186
6299049
6301815
6304238
6306072
6308874
6311460
6314073
6315921
6318725
6322028
6323554
6326006
6326547
6328144
6330408
6331883
233
x86 Patch List
6331916
6332948
6333936
6336322
6337636
6338653
6339812
6341178
6342966
6344317
6346500
6348244
6349845
6350643
6352490
6354619
6355938
6357796
6359363
6361514
6362855
6365742
6366883
6367063
6367520
6369537
6370911
6373071
6375189
6377640
6378950
6381337
6383879
6385436
6388096
6389621
6390232
6392166
6394219
6396390
6397617
6398161
6399920
6401591
6403183
6404877
6405777
6407044
234
6332057
6332983
6334510
6336380
6337987
6338767
6339847
6341189
6342977
6344977
6346582
6348316
6349900
6350831
6352670
6354621
6355953
6358025
6359850
6361577
6363028
6365743
6366886
6367067
6367660
6369612
6371490
6373268
6376283
6377680
6379385
6381344
6384266
6385479
6388273
6389646
6390296
6392223
6394321
6396488
6397618
6398564
6399930
6401605
6403267
6404894
6405807
6407314
6332245
6332990
6334799
6336467
6338023
6339177
6339926
6341429
6343017
6345359
6346617
6348407
6349926
6350869
6352865
6354842
6356155
6358194
6359914
6361644
6363031
6365800
6367031
6367068
6367677
6369698
6371650
6373475
6376626
6377722
6379498
6381715
6384315
6385516
6388358
6389650
6390546
6392368
6394404
6396507
6397649
6398779
6399963
6401629
6404051
6404990
6405966
6407328
6332260
6333184
6334921
6336945
6338046
6339319
6339928
6341629
6343199
6345556
6346769
6348581
6350098
6350910
6353217
6354997
6356477
6358236
6360218
6362056
6363034
6366207
6367044
6367069
6367872
6369794
6371677
6373609
6376632
6377868
6379909
6381739
6384404
6385529
6388780
6390114
6390617
6392401
6394554
6396511
6397714
6398846
6400662
6401659
6404079
6405136
6406097
6407374
6332352
6333195
6335370
6337073
6338081
6339376
6339942
6341664
6343344
6345690
6346926
6348751
6350255
6351165
6353359
6355260
6356620
6358242
6360419
6362304
6363503
6366260
6367046
6367070
6367985
6369912
6371753
6373967
6376967
6378067
6379990
6382016
6384565
6386744
6388856
6390119
6390709
6392467
6394636
6397148
6397762
6398887
6400664
6401687
6404290
6405176
6406224
6407402
6332630
6333242
6335392
6337123
6338131
6339377
6340699
6342066
6343446
6345897
6347105
6349142
6350389
6351378
6354060
6355609
6356712
6358277
6360864
6362390
6363544
6366301
6367047
6367073
6368142
6369961
6371855
6373978
6376992
6378297
6380446
6382379
6384568
6386938
6388986
6390175
6391117
6392806
6394707
6397163
6397830
6399084
6400675
6401845
6404291
6405273
6406417
6407635
6332638
6333461
6335442
6337131
6338289
6339683
6340735
6342194
6343599
6346183
6347109
6349232
6350407
6351451
6354381
6355614
6356925
6358541
6361052
6362558
6363618
6366432
6367049
6367075
6368526
6370127
6372009
6374002
6377034
6378316
6380514
6382587
6384727
6386970
6389163
6390181
6391121
6393356
6395385
6397251
6397847
6399242
6400907
6401903
6404383
6405330
6406491
6407920
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
6332693
6333506
6335522
6337136
6338316
6339731
6340766
6342630
6343774
6346204
6347166
6349247
6350416
6351973
6354408
6355634
6356965
6358821
6361071
6362641
6364052
6366442
6367051
6367222
6368555
6370284
6372151
6374049
6377085
6378652
6380739
6383013
6385004
6387471
6389227
6390185
6391774
6393362
6395535
6397267
6397876
6399287
6401218
6402129
6404563
6405335
6406561
6408517
6332821
6333617
6335549
6337341
6338386
6339766
6340778
6342813
6344186
6346270
6347453
6349315
6350499
6352071
6354441
6355638
6357424
6359179
6361204
6362711
6364339
6366758
6367053
6367316
6368593
6370798
6372239
6374127
6377319
6378676
6380908
6383188
6385007
6387609
6389264
6390192
6391870
6393434
6395576
6397275
6397933
6399701
6401243
6402576
6404654
6405388
6406622
6408933
6332874
6333763
6335611
6337437
6338401
6339777
6340900
6342823
6344261
6346377
6347629
6349487
6350501
6352085
6354461
6355679
6357654
6359264
6361231
6362734
6364350
6366821
6367057
6367349
6368690
6370802
6372436
6374407
6377502
6378797
6381022
6383623
6385197
6387618
6389326
6390205
6391893
6393490
6395977
6397308
6398012
6399875
6401400
6402763
6404710
6405400
6406650
6409114
6332942
6333880
6336163
6337450
6338634
6339808
6341003
6342824
6344290
6346409
6348147
6349839
6350587
6352347
6354597
6355683
6357764
6359299
6361360
6362850
6365335
6366825
6367061
6367490
6368753
6370860
6372454
6375097
6377507
6378869
6381275
6383670
6385420
6388050
6389545
6390211
6391960
6394140
6396086
6397614
6398052
6399918
6401446
6402958
6404729
6405662
6406654
6409228
x86 Patch List
6409302
6412380
6413268
6415416
6417129
6419332
6421970
6424201
6425438
6426760
6428843
6431140
6433406
6435779
6438924
6441262
6444346
6447875
6450052
6452084
6454690
6460200
6464426
6469461
6479545
6409751
6412384
6413767
6415517
6417261
6419771
6422055
6424255
6425740
6427081
6428883
6431317
6433408
6435911
6438926
6441386
6444832
6448124
6450133
6452582
6455264
6460204
6464716
6470233
6481557
6410508
6412386
6413809
6415521
6417552
6420136
6422398
6424343
6425828
6427092
6429440
6431503
6433603
6436387
6439022
6441823
6445239
6448371
6450292
6452642
6455303
6460310
6464965
6471117
6483435
■
6410640
6412390
6413878
6415528
6417900
6420204
6422560
6424460
6425832
6427119
6429516
6431599
6433679
6436499
6439102
6442526
6445246
6448732
6450411
6452685
6455399
6460403
6465453
6471451
6483507
6410698
6412398
6414036
6415535
6417933
6420234
6422754
6424554
6425990
6427271
6429984
6432964
6433680
6436502
6439370
6443017
6446530
6448869
6450585
6452787
6457407
6460433
6465639
6471600
6483967
6410781
6412471
6414308
6415576
6417978
6420643
6423041
6424872
6426013
6427309
6430121
6432967
6433717
6436514
6439589
6443255
6446569
6448999
6450683
6452797
6457645
6462287
6466286
6473150
6484006
6411339
6412527
6414741
6415739
6418270
6420709
6423586
6424926
6426194
6427503
6430143
6433208
6434128
6436524
6439953
6443286
6447038
6449033
6451124
6453203
6458103
6462455
6466368
6474678
6486137
6411400
6412848
6414797
6416482
6418368
6420741
6423595
6424940
6426477
6427755
6430233
6433236
6434208
6436526
6440499
6443585
6447377
6449046
6451133
6453375
6458137
6462708
6466962
6475263
6486353
6411980
6413100
6415019
6416708
6418634
6420987
6423975
6425086
6426595
6428035
6430603
6433264
6435103
6436800
6440717
6443659
6447394
6449078
6451412
6453659
6458440
6462893
6467573
6476370
6489851
6412153
6413181
6415300
6416759
6419029
6421200
6424093
6425111
6426755
6428769
6430731
6433296
6435441
6438388
6440749
6443669
6447452
6449595
6451513
6453820
6458668
6463756
6467860
6476376
6412375
6413256
6415366
6416794
6419167
6421515
6424180
6425322
6426757
6428839
6430831
6433331
6435689
6438600
6441160
6443912
6447717
6449819
6451557
6454481
6458781
6464311
6468543
6477870
118873-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ksh patch
4402737 6208198 6261715 6264121 6277643
■
118880-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: dhcp daemon patch
4932150 6220012
■
118885-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: atomic.h patch
4954703
■
118891-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: llib-lc patch
4954703 5004247 5049028 6394554 6399963 6403267
■
4691624
6192431
6215816
6250168
6278459
6338653
6368332
4721729
6195428
6216772
6250963
6280574
6342066
6372169
118919-19 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Solaris Crypto Framework patch
4920408
6195934
6217866
6252894
6286372
6342468
6372587
4926742
6197268
6220814
6253484
6287425
6345493
6376993
5039273
6197284
6222467
6262344
6288840
6347073
6399680
5059459
6198116
6223863
6264344
6296920
6352877
6401115
5059461
6199119
6223866
6264379
6314217
6355571
6405871
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
5067502
6200215
6223869
6271754
6331488
6355597
6408419
5072858
6204887
6228384
6274680
6332420
6357426
6439285
5100567
6211857
6231739
6276483
6332630
6359179
6181926
6215509
6231978
6276609
6336131
6360218
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■
118960-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch usr/bin/acctcom and usr/bin/lastcomm
5040580 6200474 6227221 6329114
■
6210823
6251042
6339315
6306888
6376708
6420311
6219349
6264498
6311410
6306926
6421514
6420320
118966-24 – X11 6.8.0_x86: Xorg patch
6221637
6275666
6338085
6315321
6358930
6420892
■
6221655
6279968
6321613
6377982
6303855
6423278
6227952
6252544
6366603
6379980
6372113
6205248
6227475
6277477
6326551
6370961
6419340
6395892
6251506
6207005
6202893
6245431
6385111
6377194
6198604
6316438
6348263
6396593
6397125
6370138
6219169
6307303
6340188
6399227
6398094
6408141
6241320
6278337
6243535
6398409
6406044
6212502
6335783
6306884
6416841
6420309
118997-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: format patch
4670406 4855218 4934259 4968226 5090022 6194015 6194723 6203470 6209502 6265652 6275431
6296988 6300267 6326547 6334882 6335611 6338653 6340778 6349487 6410488 6421970
■
119043-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch usr/sbin/svccfg
6197520 6217410 6221374 6222202 6231947 6251841 6265652 6287888 6296112 6299709 6351779
6355665 6367481 6397719 6461381
■
6219932
6226733
6279680
6255133
6458115
6219947
6248453
6270914
6373433
6191917
119060-19 – X11 6.6.2_x86: Xsun patch
5016163
6247062
6316436
6366490
6465805
■
6224159
6248417
6227843
6314490
6426793
6276115
6216985
6326551
6395871
6212502
6269938
6265414
6377194
6228875
6226717
6347707
4915967
6219170
6265045
6378204
6450316
6248445
6280222
6361567
6453362
6265634
6297797
6376462
6387317
4751462
6278131
6383556
6397502
119062-02 – X11 6.8.0_x86: font patch
6206898 6464170 6464172 6465806
■
119064-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libXpm patch
6231515 6241936
■
119066-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: fc-cache patch
6205323
■
119074-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ldapclient patch
6217454 6228760 6265652
■
119078-08 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE Files
4691624 6194576 6199119 6210936 6212675 6213084 6215509 6229753 6233613 6238277 6249025
6286536
■
236
119080-12 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
x86 Patch List
4691624 4915974 6199119 6207842 6210697 6212675 6213084 6215509 6221079 6223059 6226968
6229753 6233613 6234157 6237500 6238277 6242365 6243456 6252550 6273106 6324123 6326533
6231947 6251841 6222202 6217410 6344138
■
4393815
6178185
6288726
6324105
6343072
6367162
6407201
4649122
6198783
6290082
6325862
6344771
6369598
6413159
119082-25 – SunOS 5.10_x86: CD-ROM Install Boot Image Patch
4692667
6215847
6297948
6329642
6345658
6372101
6422730
■
4713660
6215918
6301206
6331510
6347051
6372197
6425215
4716085
6218158
6313099
6332093
6349235
6373211
6425221
4719125
6221702
6314149
6332722
6350819
6374024
6426207
4789211
6222925
6319439
6336267
6351213
6376794
6431490
4947796
6242499
6320965
6340350
6354062
6377131
6432478
5009917
6252385
6323208
6340354
6355905
6390503
6436821
5047412
6252388
6323294
6341482
6356711
6395264
5064512
6254694
6323511
6342039
6364583
6406788
119089-09 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: qlc Script Patch to replace package
scripts
6210934 6236343 6292280 6292987 6303297 6320936 6321523 6428334 6430552 6439910 6458629
■
5094124
6211472
6214546
6222630
6235292
6242847
6255629
6263279
6278190
6293219
6304963
6348170
6375178
6381723
6398514
5094370
6211499
6215262
6224359
6236260
6244250
6257030
6263322
6280621
6296381
6306146
6354973
6375740
6382994
6412468
119091-22 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun iSCSI Device Driver and Utilities
6173739
6211560
6216983
6224866
6236271
6244358
6258672
6263646
6282455
6296407
6311820
6357322
6376509
6383602
6416687
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6173912
6211924
6218751
6226740
6236375
6245161
6259522
6267539
6282646
6296971
6314187
6358044
6377013
6383806
6423706
6186291
6212031
6219608
6226933
6239078
6247445
6259737
6267543
6282686
6297371
6314196
6361661
6377485
6388390
6449666
6204742
6212320
6220407
6228489
6239185
6249424
6261483
6268840
6284875
6297390
6326608
6361861
6377558
6390196
6476717
6206029
6213484
6220773
6230319
6239207
6249509
6261560
6268934
6285462
6298546
6338487
6368406
6378143
6390387
6206568
6213487
6221284
6231086
6240818
6250036
6261627
6271727
6287318
6299456
6340791
6368415
6378566
6391839
6207172
6213490
6221432
6231706
6240849
6251575
6261669
6274744
6288103
6300099
6341375
6370257
6379890
6394294
6207973
6213516
6221842
6233206
6240911
6254172
6262279
6275410
6290500
6300259
6343904
6371828
6380321
6396274
6208490
6214405
6221880
6233384
6241611
6254222
6262413
6276026
6292453
6303184
6344551
6374756
6380424
6396333
119093-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: iSCSI Script Patch to replace package
scripts
5094124 6207973 6213487 6239078 6251575 6380424 6394294 6418007 6449666 6484779
■
6177442
6228782
6248516
6259860
6251128
6297219
6221725
6216830
6248547
6259866
6267169
6297231
119116-20 – Mozilla 1.7_x86 patch
6211632
6224900
6248557
6259873
6281360
6191277
6192644
6234566
6248594
6259902
6282170
6200696
6200999
6245856
6248613
6260571
6282190
6200705
6200994
6247811
6249777
6260573
6284465
6282893
5077554
6247837
6249778
6269887
6287117
6297174
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6200990
6247838
6255667
6261013
6258444
6297242
6202289
6247849
6248548
6281357
6297209
6317624
6224482
6248466
6249776
6271958
6297215
6318009
6225441
6248468
6259266
5015369
6297218
6334587
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x86 Patch List
6334619 6339970 6249857 6254398 6352958 6360106 6369969 6384953 6412730 6415128 6415131
6415133 6415135 6415138 6415142 6415143 6424493 6424545 6424548 6424551 6424560 6424563
6424567 6424568 6424573 6424574 6424577 6424579 6391562 6461074
■
6204976
6249871
6300019
6210993
6350965
6389050
6458897
6201742
6259214
5099374
6221680
6342113
6369082
6445216
6218068
6253417
5106735
6211080
6336425
6374285
6465437
■
4368092
6205269
6225769
6260549
6292280
6311314
6326600
6344143
6373288
6386247
6402322
6452811
4704353
6207101
6227340
6261607
6292446
6313089
6326602
6345310
6374654
6387150
6402861
6454469
119118-24 – Evolution 1.4.6_x86 patch
6206223
6297294
6226019
6330472
6369109
6336385
6216041
6299994
6312129
6330479
6381422
6327483
6231010
6303111
6321792
4992018
6380083
6330477
6222258
6182358
6323770
6335855
6300007
6414603
6251188
6198500
6335859
6346038
6354689
6307047
6262120
6206245
6306791
6349674
6375476
6430888
6272983
6221676
6305171
5054558
6376155
6439788
119131-31 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Fibre Channel Device Drivers
4792071
6207184
6227562
6270092
6292987
6316063
6328146
6346519
6378014
6388097
6410934
6459762
■
6182553
6279337
6306915
6301782
6367678
6367965
4961555
6207845
6233352
6276354
6295169
6317420
6328827
6349983
6378371
6390139
6411995
6465379
4976582
6210934
6233800
6279071
6296383
6317985
6329995
6350809
6379312
6390636
6418616
6467850
4998402
6214931
6235327
6279108
6298259
6319731
6330800
6355378
6379866
6390807
6420986
6468249
5077933
6215726
6235886
6283597
6298288
6320936
6331949
6356559
6379955
6390817
6429517
6468584
5091288
6216326
6238787
6286318
6300113
6321523
6337290
6360849
6380370
6390862
6430552
6480827
5091773
6216743
6250038
6288500
6304555
6323973
6341027
6361031
6381878
6394475
6439492
6484172
5094714
6220173
6254848
6288908
6306254
6325525
6342934
6366792
6381991
6395930
6439910
6198588
6221242
6258722
6290618
6311175
6326293
6343904
6371273
6385531
6399058
6442233
119144-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch lib/libinetutil.so.1
6220609 6265652
■
119202-19 – SunOS 5.10_x86: OS Localization message patch
6232516 6218356 6210085 6209742 6237404 6255735 6278006 6270754 6284429 6305523 6309435
6336898 6375499 6426585 6453980 6459737 6468576 6476637 6481488
■
6237228
6243913
6250814
6258066
6327004
6341687
6416004
6442995
6468441
6467033
6237231
6243915
6250816
6260111
6327009
6264996
6419586
6464665
6464752
6243892
6243916
6251104
6260658
6327013
6330310
6419590
6464668
6228370
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238
119214-10 – NSS_NSPR_JSS 3.11.3_x86: NSPR 4.6.3 / NSS 3.11.3 / JSS 4.2.4
6243894
6243918
6258052
6302177
6253118
6350173
6421471
6464671
6464757
6243895
6250799
6258053
6333604
6327014
6359866
6442985
6464756
6468410
5045171
6250801
6258055
6326988
6327018
6362932
6442986
6464673
6464759
6243896
6250802
6258056
6326994
6210080
4689266
6442988
6464677
6464762
6243900
6250803
6258057
6326998
6327020
6377957
6442990
6464680
6464764
6243905
6250807
6258061
6327000
6327021
6407468
6442993
6464767
6464766
6243907
6250808
6258062
6327002
6315463
6406845
6427037
6465317
6467643
6243909
6250812
6258064
6242112
6341685
6374429
6442994
6464683
6468495
119247-21 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Manual Page updates for Solaris 10
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
x86 Patch List
6450425
6434153
6376459
6432304
6466031
6366230
6390465
6396285
6414144
6444550
6458208
6465629
6380387
6417925
6427607
6441367
6450467
6410372
6377211
6273549
6378795
6398254
6337579
6358301
4901741
6268924
6338435
6345921
6353408
6359342
6374650
6384027
6341845
6294811
6328541
6332677
6258339
6322739
6213568
6298241
6306246
6176645
6249689
6293905
6299871
6267730
6178430
6259032
6478952
6434194
6390015
6432982
6467496
6376482
6391010
6396904
6426047
6445174
6458687
6186484
6380411
6419172
6429952
6442447
6451041
6410607
6390674
6309942
6378798
6398715
6338117
6380325
5010904
6291156
6340085
6346244
6353413
6360329
6375299
6384095
6343184
6294812
6329060
6337869
6286409
6322863
6219083
6300498
6306391
6192812
6249985
6293994
6301701
6268875
6199201
6259382
6480976
6453380
6393131
6445234
6468605
6378067
6393938
6396906
6426471
6445233
6459135
6248837
6385142
6419899
6429978
6445753
6451072
6410629
6399720
6309950
6387596
6401571
6339732
6385850
5046150
6296648
6340800
6346881
6353415
6362109
6375473
6237607
4754411
6296740
6330016
6338057
6288555
6323460
6227560
6300514
6306499
6218160
6259275
6295135
6302598
6274065
6215789
6260165
6482739
6466844
6395051
6445848
6266413
6382980
6393943
6397171
6427149
6452661
6459750
6262702
6392184
6420763
6431019
6446000
4918616
6413329
6401869
6309954
6389748
6202570
6341066
6386135
5057188
6305677
6340921
6347426
6353927
6366627
6375593
6238503
6211237
6297786
6330062
6339627
6309363
6323484
6227561
6301501
6309411
6219867
6275178
6295164
6175259
6275116
6227520
6261039
6284176
6471509
6401024
6447394
6288724
6385484
6393944
6397884
6428601
6452797
6460323
6315539
6400962
6421512
6433593
6446545
6260536
5074864
6405191
6309959
6392088
6213474
6341867
6387327
5079401
6314222
6341018
6348073
6354469
6366665
6376576
6264591
6226954
6301361
6330188
6204577
6313868
6324148
6239801
6302861
6310305
6229028
6280439
6295455
6186292
6275182
6242411
6261047
6477044
6471941
6405529
6447804
6326478
6385494
6395119
6398396
6432963
6453361
6460550
6315541
6404826
6422121
6433601
6447244
6361909
6227556
5000242
6309966
6392094
6230447
6342730
6389147
6198346
6326636
6341603
6348185
6355110
6369177
6379147
6291976
6231497
6306533
6330671
6221309
6317846
6324248
6240066
6303663
6312151
6231508
6281184
6295501
6213557
6275486
6242412
6262466
6477048
6472034
6407987
6452787
6327879
6385502
6395131
6398493
6437503
6453375
6461386
6340509
6407957
6422166
6438116
6447870
6388875
6241231
5048768
6335374
6394580
6248553
6342739
6389721
6206711
6329967
6341728
6348236
6355449
6370094
6382231
6328991
6232483
6308447
6331047
6241099
6318461
6324420
6266903
6304180
6316296
6236743
6289748
6295606
6219322
6276860
6245230
6263124
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
5087481
6343735
6417482
6453820
6335080
6385507
6395132
6406100
6438376
6453658
6461574
6343529
6410349
6422168
6438336
6447932
6399169
6297480
6248370
6360471
6395226
6278103
6343592
6389863
6222499
6333670
6342497
6349474
6357973
6370876
6382311
6335997
6237082
6309398
6331055
6242990
6320393
6324858
6270406
6305130
2123343
6239205
6289985
6295883
6244794
6277917
6247046
6266052
6323754
6349173
6417484
6460197
6352894
6385509
6395133
6406596
6439003
6453669
6462038
6351530
6414900
6423729
6439605
6448542
6400540
6357814
6251550
6369297
6395794
6282636
6344010
6391131
6224791
6338414
6342919
6349904
6358663
6372481
6382966
6337445
6259813
6319339
6331331
6248877
6321596
6325356
6284937
6305702
2123344
6247514
6291968
6295885
6247949
6278481
6248312
6266054
6360199
6349176
6422342
6464875
6361027
6385511
6395134
6408477
6442367
6454284
6462372
6353091
6417201
6423869
6439855
6449218
6402326
6367083
6264241
6378785
6396295
6324208
6348739
6394491
6228270
6338426
6345681
6350722
6359325
6372487
6383180
6339859
6290845
6324864
6331841
6255008
6322368
5032018
6291991
6305923
2125584
6248484
6292324
6295972
6256977
6279864
6249005
6266570
6396033
6368000
6430651
6465710
6365341
6387364
6396279
6412645
6443517
6457913
6463744
6379984
6417748
6423891
6441097
6450428
6403818
6368344
6265527
6378792
6397873
6336865
6350275
6394575
6237890
6338428
6345917
6350982
6359338
6374108
6384009
6341814
6294809
6328540
6332029
6258334
6322669
5044715
6293104
6306228
5107445
6249686
6293276
6298238
6259276
6279996
6249691
6267911
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x86 Patch List
6270039
6225497
6217156
6247757
5096574
6202122
6213475
6217406
6220859
6223264
6225624
6231505
6236965
6241622
6270071
6235402
6217716
6250396
5104556
6205275
6213502
6218320
6221541
6223570
6225693
6231794
6237101
6243286
6271056
6241181
6222749
6250515
5108949
6208084
6213507
6218842
6221589
6224890
6229095
6232091
6237254
■
6274141
6247652
6227376
2122825
6182303
6209281
6213536
6218986
6221625
6225126
6229654
6233524
6237389
2123236
6251475
6242519
2122940
6193595
6210273
6214276
6219657
6221733
6225266
6229957
6233764
6237405
5087622
6252447
6242876
5008956
6194741
6211790
6214973
6219660
6221891
6225304
6230305
6233884
6237708
6190827
6253481
6243333
5038387
6195276
6211903
6215139
6219661
6222153
6225337
6230958
6233891
6237832
6196727
6256136
6244894
5043371
6195547
6212029
6215474
6219671
6222369
6225421
6231259
6233909
6237835
6209285
5090875
6245209
5046429
6198061
6212232
6215475
6220014
6222447
6225486
6231325
6234453
6238687
6218778
6207391
6245842
5069521
6200093
6212654
6216789
6220161
6222663
6225503
6231382
6235323
6240599
6222501
6212233
6246422
5095891
6201988
6212836
6216851
6220729
6222727
6225575
6231455
6236959
6240819
119253-16 – SunOS 5.10_x86: System Administration Applications Patch
4358280 4592896 4649122 4692667 4698357 4760117 4921333 4952774 5009917 5101364 6179110
6198291 6211620 6221551 6252385 6252388 6265069 6278350 6298572 6311509 6343364 6404878
6438773 6460674
■
4908553
6221954
6236855
6245715
6271791
6290368
6304176
6320238
6344531
6355604
6386697
6407037
4967419
6224740
6236866
6248984
6274438
6290429
6304222
6321376
6344916
6360157
6387091
6412965
119255-32 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Install and Patch Utilities Patch
4991875
6224767
6239875
6251452
6275530
6290432
6306319
6323208
6345121
6362706
6387771
6421944
■
5045607
6225041
6240894
6251466
6275557
6292233
6307548
6324392
6347534
6363226
6388931
6425837
6210622
6226770
6241052
6252385
6276148
6292269
6309013
6328091
6348813
6364817
6388959
6438808
6216195
6226930
6241431
6252388
6277096
6292275
6313848
6331277
6349319
6369639
6389929
6440750
6216798
6231818
6241944
6256515
6278325
6293397
6315157
6334066
6351408
6370540
6391503
6445261
6216809
6233011
6242607
6262677
6279485
6296187
6315316
6337009
6351428
6371040
6392825
6452983
6217206
6233738
6243480
6263190
6284610
6297336
6318864
6337644
6352966
6371745
6397413
6467398
6219176
6236231
6244125
6265069
6285073
6303564
6319430
6340114
6354346
6373045
6401302
6479483
6220578
6236796
6245446
6266241
6288746
6304174
6319570
6342245
6355320
6380672
6406934
6480462
119277-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Northern Europe Region locale issues
6227384 6276095 6249315 6338196 6347707 6378124 6318932 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189
6394467
■
119279-12 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtlogin patch
5046689 6209544 6247943 6211096 6267572 6240729 6340843 6289158 6334517 6300285 6234179
6328101 6332653 6342881 6327614 6334271 6362895 4383440 6405883 6263134 6386254 6409991
6445129 6405981
■
119281-08 – CDE 1.6_x86: Runtime library patch for Solaris 10
6209386 6255303 4750419 6262671 6241938 6382405 6360671 6401561 6403918 6426804 6416269
6405981
240
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x86 Patch List
■
119283-01 – CDE1.6_x86: GNOME/CDE Menu for Solaris 10_x86
6224922
■
119285-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: sdtwsinfo patch
6215091
■
119287-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtterm libDtTerm patch
6219941
■
119314-11 – SunOS 5.10_x86: WBEM Patch
4872697 5006767 5016983 6183058 6212927 6235892 6252385 6252388 6255908 6265069 6378956
6383511 6389712 6396510 6407617 6468951 6480462
■
119316-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Solaris Management Applications Patch
4418366 4770830 5080683 5092418 6192017 6196606 6327965 6378956 6383511 6396510 6407617
■
119318-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SVr4 Packaging Commands (usr) Patch
6202830
■
119369-05 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Printing Technology Patch
5083233 6200941 6263422 6231341 6305090 6347224 6418897
■
119373-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: GNOME common development tools and libraries
Patch
6200654 6230101
■
119398-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for North America Region locale issues
6227384 6249315 6338196 6318932 6354302 6346087 6280189
■
119400-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Central American Region locale issues
6255292 6249315 6338196 6318932 6354302 6346087 6280189
■
119402-06 – S10_x86: Patch for Western Europe Region locale issues
6227384 6249315 6338196 6380900 6318932 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189 6394467 6305220
■
119405-04 – 5.10_x86: Patch for South American Region locale issues
6228240 6249315 6338196 6318932 6354302 6346087 6280189
■
119406-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Central European Region locale issues
6222362 6227384 6249315 6338196 6336555 6318932 6403522 6354302 6346087 6280189 6309622
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
241
x86 Patch List
■
119408-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Eastern Europe Region locale issues
6228243 6228192 6249315 6338196 6346843 6314583 4944311 6367674 6383002 6399124 6375175
6403522 6346087 6280189 4997058
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119411-05 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Applets Patch
6205402 6245563 6207273 6393698 6393714 6393724 6393731 6405059 6404437 6402894 6232275
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119415-12 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Accessibility Libraries Patch
6192805 6205225 6182499 6182502 6217152 6192693 6205004 6216843 6226723 6228329 6260441
6283137 6315241 4768049 6347858 6340516 6358227 6386230 6199929 6407595 6431039 6377106
6437617 6468296
■
119417-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Text-To-Speech Engine Patch
6216843 6226723 6228329
■
119419-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome On-screen Keyboard Patch
5109895 6200712 6211656 6223576 6405972 6364326 6329929
■
119421-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Thai locale patch
6235012
■
119471-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Enterprise Network Array firmware and utilities
5046910 5076769 5079007 6201060 6204512 6234959 6235886 6247521 6250956 6250957 6274205
6285969 6309346 6339658 6384885 6397672
■
119535-09 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Flash Archive Patch
4947796 4956004 5031468 5081174 6216373 6225430 6256048 6267370 6301206 6306712 6322333
6323294 6330261 6382817 6416737
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119539-10 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Window Manager Patch
6200511 6182510 6227065 6204338 6393698 6393714 6393724 6393731 6405059 6404437 6402894
6455491 6433759 6424031 6424017 6459957 6404286 6406972
■
119541-04 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Dtlogin configuration Patch
6197950 6248517 6214486 6206909
■
119545-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome streaming media framework Patch
6226060 6227666 6226597
■
242
119547-07 – APOC 1.2_x86: APOC Configuration Agent Patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
x86 Patch List
6241546 6257229 6258281 6278047 6293945 6313943 6363692 6386010 6389918 6387976 6391134
6388397 6414406 6417504 6417522 6417539
■
119549-07 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Multi-protocol instant messaging client Patch
6217610 4990149 6268932 6269430 6328008 6199135 6333181 6465423 6481367
■
119575-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: su patch
6213281 6219721 6219774 6243480
■
119594-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: net-svc patch
6196716
■
119599-08 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Screen Reader and Magnifier Patch
6205770 6191352 6207171 5083128 6205765 6202337 6200573 6186020 5095976 6315934 6202897
6193299 6239339 6240135 6373775 6340786 6380184 6434160 6468296
■
119602-08 – S10_x86: Patch for European Region JDS messages
6250683 6186577 6296998 6274401 6263015 6176784 4957762 6180730 6308186 4929548 6336423
6342833 6382651 6408317 6454615 6457091 6401474
■
119604-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Asian Region JDS messages
6250683 6263015 6176784 4932571 6308186 4957762 6294274 6297892 6312176 6336423 6408317
6454615
■
119606-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Japanese Region JDS messages
6250683 6263015 6176784 6308186 6336423 6408317 6454615
■
119649-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: vlan driver patch
5097913 6216827 6421519 6313896
■
119686-09 – SunOS 5.10_x86: lib/svc/bin/svc.startd Patch
6202359 6207181 6207705 6222477 6223370 6223908 6225601 6231291 6248163 6248414 6262086
6266365 6321540 6322272 6338136 6361949 6388192 6440415 6448732
■
119704-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for localeadm issues
6293965 6192791 6286551 6189823 6252055 6249315 6338196 6339465 6350486 6384012 6390202
6412760 6221121 6221131 6416912 6430375 6430484 6408147 6423974 6237192
■
119758-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Samba patch
4768591 5080288 5100732 6174211 6179361 6217228 6218964 6248115 6248953 6267187 6332751
6344828 6345488 6362017 6379618 6401467 6406753 6408839 6412838 6444725 6446200
■
119765-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ipmitool patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
243
x86 Patch List
6209442 6266203 6266225 6344396 6397856 6433094
■
119767-02 – SunOs 5.10_x86: SunFreeware man pages patch
6209442 6266203 6266225
■
119772-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Asian CCK locales patch
6246438
■
119784-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : bind patch
6192028 6226796
■
119798-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: CDE Localization message patch
6259957 6299116 6279262 6309630 6375502 6345512 6382640 6395838 6402802 6228181 6472278
■
119811-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: International Components for Unicode Patch
4785261 6217550 6354379
■
119813-03 – X11 6.6.2_x86: Freetype patch
6229445 6261066 6292556 6425531 6466790
■
119815-14 – SunOS 5.10_x86: OS Japanese manpages patch
6262660 6261964 6317482 6373667 6396026 6443861 6474177
■
119825-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: prstat patch
5063193 6216522
■
119827-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libadm.so.1 Patch
4804793 6197410
■
119891-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: search tool Patch
6253916 5072526 6234957
■
119901-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome libtiff - library for reading and writing TIFF
Patch
6203747 6321957 6377231 6412202
■
119904-02 – Openwindows 3.7.3_x86: Xview Patch
4459703 6444095
■
119907-07 – Gnome 2.6.0_x86: Virtual File System Framework patch
5068327 6199955 6200485 6205707 6243455 6234855 6262830 6177074 6408294 6179500 6463564
244
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x86 Patch List
■
119956-02 – CDE 1.6_x86: Tooltalk Runtime patch for Solaris 10
6206423 6235250
■
119961-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86, x64, Patch for assembler
6251717 6250279 6200917 5058413 6201130 6211433 6200463 6219243 6218032 6205808 6252350
6316356 6313008 6307995 6302163 6304577 6299462 6290635 6265210 6260465 6280973
■
119964-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Shared library patch for C++_x86
6242459 6244128 6244223 6253345 6300352 6264451 6253807 6242145 6244286 6274396 6304703
6326163 6339010 6369719 6393170 6319635 6391358 6406049 6421790
■
119975-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: fp plug-in for cfgadm
6223856 6259488 6336260 6444373 6445889
■
119987-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: clri patch
4913439 6194015 6421970
■
119989-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sed patch
4865669
■
120033-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libresolv.so.2 patch
6205056 6392438
■
120037-09 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libldap patch
4626861 4909247 6226776 6230927 6232564 6232579 6237466 6274517 6276525 6289986 6294728
6312173 6314502 6329240 6362106 6365882 6380248 6384642 6394554 6399963 6403267 6404337
6425808 6453641 6455431
■
120039-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sar patch
6257191
■
120045-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: psrset patch
6248421
■
120047-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: nfsmapid patch
6243099 6268829 6276074
■
120051-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: usermod patch
1236941 6211845 6221091 6249813 6357764 6388050 6415535 6435911 6457407 6458668 6465639
6474678
■
120053-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: pam library patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
245
x86 Patch List
1236941 6193468 6241740 6281689 6346529 6356419 6357764 6388050 6394554 6395043 6399963
6403267 6415535 6429769 6435911 6457407 6458668 6465639
■
120063-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: localedef Patch
6274427 6287593
■
120065-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: stdio_iso.h Patch
6266832
■
120069-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: in.telnetd Patch
6246102
■
120086-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch usr/sbin/in.ftpd
6239487
■
120095-10 – X11 6.6.2_x86: xscreensaver patch
6237901 6267306 6228023 6203951 4806728 4818062 6368558 6368607 6369021 6346056 6232241
6333226 6417168 5015296 6256520 6373797 6423730 5077974 5083155 6240938 6450019 6456499
6388473 6406200
■
120100-07 – APOC 1.2_x86: Sun Java(tm) Desktop System Configuration Shared
Libraries
6265312 6278049 6293945 6363692 6387982 6406269 6442745
■
120102-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch usr/lib/libsmedia.so.1
6240296
■
120129-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch usr/bin/xargs
6203159 6323628
■
120183-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Library
6210435 6306254 6336260 6405584
■
120200-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sysidtool patch
4716085 6194680 6220706 6239897 6268847 6404131 6404878 6438773
■
120202-03 – X11 6.8.0_x86: Xorg client libraries patch
6248315 6366603 6347707 6380000
■
120223-13 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Emulex-Sun LightPulse Fibre Channel Adapter driver
6248456 6248899 6252273 6252308 6252633 6252767 6264417 6273321 6273949 6275529 6276730
6277406 6281068 6281270 6281938 6284688 6286283 6286352 6290648 6291133 6296689 6299387
246
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
x86 Patch List
6300078 6301627 6312068 6314407 6319648 6323974 6325753 6329384 6329972 6331152 6333054
6333059 6336547 6339616 6339679 6339682 6340896 6340901 6343904 6344012 6348810 6350753
6364395 6381360 6383122 6385881 6386425 6392218 6400647 6408870 6436873 6443455 6462658
■
120225-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: Emulex-Sun Fibre Channel Adapter
driver
6267262 6325753 6333054 6333059 6340896 6340901 6466086
■
120236-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Live Upgrade Zones Support Patch
6275557
■
120273-07 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SMA patch
6191915 6243363 6243366 6244918 6247942 6298133 6314112 6347707 6349493 6349495 6349499
6349501 6367337 6368319 6420118 6430536 6438781 6441943
■
120275-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For postinstall File
6191915 6349501 6367337
■
120283-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome CD Player Utility Patch
5053909 6210011 6387160
■
120285-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: GNOME CORBA ORB and component framework
6235648 6238754 6295858 6440951
■
120287-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome text editor Patch
4937266 6355577 5092704 6347229
■
120289-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome terminal Patch
6241338 6242857 6303664 6430930
■
120293-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : mysql patch
6258187
■
120295-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : mysql man patch
6258187
■
120312-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: FRESHBIT ONLY PATCH: For deletes file
6178746
■
120313-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE Files
6286536
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
247
x86 Patch List
■
120314-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For SCRIPT Files
6286536
■
120330-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: rexec patch
6245588 6371429
■
120336-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Update Connection Client Localization
■
120345-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: Common Fibre Channel HBA API
Library Script Patch
6202863 6239116
■
120347-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Common Fibre Channel HBA API Library
6202863 6239116 6288908 6334772 6336260 6443728
■
120349-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Fibre Channel HBA Port utility
6380685
■
120351-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Asian CCK locales patch
6279310 6285930 6347707
■
120411-17 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Internet/Intranet Input Method Framework patch
6362324 6439551 6439552 6380740 6388754 6389513 6373635 6404462 6429880 6433315 6436040
6443828 6418820 6461075 6463540 6456236 6449856 6400652 6458335
■
120413-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Simplified Chinese locale patch
6362324 6388988 6394129
■
120415-15 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Asian CCK locales patch
4916340 5024604 6263482 6267785 6285934 6299102 6362324 6433155 6388988 6394129 6412046
6462957 6446836 6432120 6474087
■
120417-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: class action scripts patch
6362324 6399243 6415636 6388988
■
120451-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Get netmask Utility Patch
4218092
■
120453-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For editable files only
5006767
■
248
120455-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Apoc GConf Adapter Patch
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
x86 Patch List
6281517 6397519
■
120457-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome image viewer Patch
6288517
■
120459-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome configuration Patch
6293945
■
120461-10 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome libs Patch
6242857 5087948 5088844 6216594 6306889 6301837 6231341 6305090 6347224 6348450 6394047
6393698 6393714 6393724 6393731 6405059 6404437 6402894 6428130 6375968 6471890
■
120474-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: nss_compat patch
5097644
■
5079292
6311339
6334320
6398494
6190517
6315191
6340609
6405279
120536-12 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Updated video drivers and fixes
6251584
6317233
6342674
6408627
■
6252425
6317391
6342687
6416999
6276981 6277468 6290163 6290213 6299315 6311286 6311316
6321043 6321995 6326523 6333981 6334355 6337797 6337945
6343231 6372842 6358707 6387743 6387744 6392450 6398426
6456520
120544-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Apache 2 Patch
6222168 6228840 6257414 6283480 6301799 6367565 6373222 6378495 6419373 6423037 6452767
6453503 6461151
■
120630-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libpool patch
6215817 6232648 6234525 6402653 6437810 6440684
■
120691-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH : For depend File
6299541
■
120705-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: smartcard man patch
6310070
■
120720-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : gzip patch
6283819 6294656
■
120733-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libusb patch
5033202 6251518 6251836 6272172
■
120740-03 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: GNOME PDF Viewer based on Xpdf
6219093 6294547 6418897
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
249
x86 Patch List
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120742-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: seg_map header file patch
6264443
■
120747-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SUNWswmt patch
6314804
■
120754-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Microtasking libraries (libmtsk) patch
4640927 5105585 6176541 6224639 6266200 6281454 6284576 6292619 6308531 6315352 6347707
■
120771-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: UDC patch
6308547
■
120808-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: rpc.mdcommd match
6290815
■
120810-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: metaclust patch
6274840
■
120817-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: at and batch patch
6208425
■
120831-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: vi and ex patch
6208422 6219736 6219754 6320769 6320774 6320778 6320781 6320783
■
120838-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For DEPEND Files
6213629
■
120846-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: auditd patch
1236941 4875480 4931229 6261894 6357764 6388050 6394554 6399963 6403267 6415509 6415519
6415523 6415535 6435911 6449278 6457407 6458668 6465639
■
120874-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: xscreensaver localization message patch
6203951 6316915 6388099 6404846 6417480
■
120888-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: cdrw patch
5097578 6226041 6237805 6237817 6239665 6297848 6327126 6346283 6372024 6373496 6374677
6383886 6416089
■
120890-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: librac patch
6297767
250
Solaris 10 11/06 Release Notes • November 2006
x86 Patch List
■
120901-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libzonecfg patch
6218854 6328286 6346201
■
120933-01 – Solaris 10_x86: Live Upgrade to S10U1 fails due to checkinstall script
6320417
■
120935-01 – Solaris 10_x86: Live Upgrade to S10U1 fails due to SUNWccccrr postinstall
6320433
■
120985-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: nss_user.so.1 Patch
6235336
■
120987-08 – SunOS 5.10_x86: mkfs, newfs, other ufs utils patch
1260290 4215923 4471706 4775289 4836779 4845221 4857410 4872089 4890510 5086715 6175186
6184783 6208131 6240363 6245090 6264883 6284968 6303398 6312941 6312946 6312949 6312954
6335370 6338653 6365138 6389488 6421216 6422168 6427134 6429952 6429978 6433679 6438116
6457647
■
120989-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: grpck Patch
6221968
■
120991-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: net-physical Patch
5062168 6369648
■
120993-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: nfs_clnt.h and nfs4_clnt.h Patch
6266836 6282389
■
120995-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: elf_amd64.h Patch
6236594
■
121003-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: pax patch
6300407 6324879 6383586
■
121005-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sh patch
6277636 6388209 6471812
■
121007-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libkadm5 and kadmind patch
6215066 6227969 6265737 6278018
■
121011-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: rpc.metad patch
6242768 6324927
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
251
x86 Patch List
■
121013-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: traceroute patch
6238818 6290611 6290623 6291147 6291879 6298211 6298351
■
121037-01 – Gnome 2.6.0_x86: base libraries patch
6215709
■
121044-02 – X11 6.8.0_x86: Mesa patch
6317645 6313676 6318879 6318900 6366603
■
121062-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: motd Patch
6222495
■
121082-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Connected Customer Agents 1.1.0
6304558 6319108 6300369 6395708 6392682 6410428 6477281
■
121096-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: GNOME EXIF tag parsing library for digital cameras
6257383
■
121119-09 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Update Connection System Client 1.0.8
■
121127-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: umountall.sh Patch
6353778 6369392
■
121129-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: lofs patch
5034470
■
121131-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: librcm.so.1 patch
5103374
■
121134-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: power patch
6326272 6398779 6402958 6404079 6405273 6414741 6417933
■
121216-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ipsecconf patch
6214460
■
121230-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libssl patch
6332476
■
121240-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libgss patch
5008950 6203833 6410987
■
252
121264-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: cadp160 driver patch
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x86 Patch List
6254081
■
121287-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: pcn patch
6230653
■
121289-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch /usr/bin/svcs patch
6293006 6306667
■
121297-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: fgrep patch
6295261
■
121300-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: caplib patch
6192995 6252754 6308710
■
121307-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6323208 6336160
■
121309-08 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Solaris Management Console Patch
5016983 5090761 6179516 6183058 6365746 6378956 6383511 6389712 6396510 6407617 6434217
6434535 6461461
■
121334-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: zoneadmd, zlogin and zoneadm patch
6328286 6329667 6346201 6393109 6393649
■
121395-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: aio_impl.h. patch
4954646
■
121407-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ikeadm patch
6268124 6283165
■
121429-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Live Upgrade Zones Support Patch
5015838 6221561 6242607 6381089
■
4873203
6265069
6322850
6365289
6477349
4992478
6278345
6322867
6367766
121431-13 – SunOS 5.8_x86 5.9_x86 5.10_x86: Live Upgrade Patch
5015838
6278352
6322962
6381089
■
5106987
6284550
6328587
6390111
6221561
6286969
6332091
6398112
6221609
6297948
6335531
6401599
6224940
6297950
6336069
6405123
6252385
6317386
6336160
6411522
6252388
6319706
6339728
6411937
6253700
6319769
6347732
6420644
6263351
6320330
6357186
6432846
121454-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Update Connection Client Foundation
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
253
x86 Patch List
6322616
6288194
6302650
6316780
6348676 6325141 6325580 6325603 6324926 6325021 6319981 6324894 6316500 6288010
6288300 6289010 6293659 6297756 6298489 6299025 6300171 6300219 6300355 6300794
6303352 6303587 6304558 6304563 6304786 6306155 6260830 6315572 6314437 6314341
6342800
■
121464-06 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Accessibility Libraries Patch
6347858 6340516 6358227 6386230 6431039 6377106 6437617
■
121475-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: audit_event patch
4931229
■
121488-02 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtmail patch
6337697 6346618
■
121562-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: keymap patch
6277193 6361984 6362506 6366101 6381421 6452685
■
121571-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Australasia Region locale issues
6249315 6338196 6318932 6346087 6280189
■
121572-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Southern Europe Region locale issues
6249315 6338196 6336555 6318932 6375175 6403522 6346087 6280189
■
121576-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6345097
■
121604-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libcfgadm.so.1, scsi.so.1 patch
6285828 6374522
■
121607-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Python patch
6199942 6247860 6318436 6318475 6340077
■
121621-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for mediaLib in Solaris
6359985 6347707 6397621
■
121668-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : pilot-link header patch
6321205 6334598
■
121670-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SunFreeware pilot-link man pages patch
6321205
■
254
121672-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: SPECIAL PATCH for SUNWPython package
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x86 Patch List
6199942 6247860 6318436 6318475 6340077
■
121676-08 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Japanese Input System ATOK patch
6362324 6373667 6409794 6424740 6432726 6441936
■
121678-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Japanese Input System Wnn patch
6362324 6443559 6427007 6396016 6396007
■
121680-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: Japanese Input System Wnn patch
6362324
■
121696-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: devfsadm patch
4939546 6359001
■
121722-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SVM header files patch
6263122 6378671
■
121735-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch to support addition of new UTF-8 locales
6303757 6314560 6338821 4937197 6326805 6380372 6400651 6404973 6425697
■
4920408
6310847
6278459
6368332
4931229
6317422
6287425
6372169
121779-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
5026812
6336517
6288840
6372587
■
6229153
6342066
6331488
6210716
6232332
4721729
6332420
6355260
6281836
5059459
6332630
6372436
6287428
5059461
6336131
6359264
6301944
5067502
6347073
6303973
6308155
6181926
6352877
6394140
6310845
6198116
6355571
6331284
6310846
6216772
6355597
6434795
121781-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE Files
4920408 4931229 4831622 6178604 6232332 6281836 6301944 6308155 6342066 6353217 6359264
6364242 6403183 6377502 6326272 6303973 6427081 6426899
■
121805-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: GRUB patch
6256398 6297358 6362643 6372042 6454255
■
121871-01 – X11 6.6.2_x86: xterm patch
6315492
■
121902-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: i.manifest r.manifest class action script patch
6209178
■
121922-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libumem library patch
6308756 6317793 6341280 6385367
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255
x86 Patch List
■
121924-01 – Gnome 2.6.0_x86: GNOME CD Burner patch
6210267
■
121948-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: New keyboards software needed for S11 and S10 U2
6217588
■
121954-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Localization patch for new EMEA FIGGS locales
6321422 6388015
■
121976-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: Xsession patch
6354282
■
121978-02 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtlogin resources patch
6309633 6386254
■
122006-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : SunFreeware growisofs man page
6346516
■
122010-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SunFreeware cdrtools patch
6251877 6318184
■
122012-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SunFreeware cdrtools man pages patch
6251877 6318184
■
122022-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For depend File
6251877 6318184
■
122030-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: NIS+ nis patch
6254605 6261290
■
122033-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Update timezones patch
6226357 6348147 6380398
■
122035-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: awk nawk Patch
5004023 5040318 5090114 6320514 6337300 6368966
■
122065-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: Tooltalk ttession patch for Solaris 10
6328571
■
256
122078-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: NIS yp utilities patch
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x86 Patch List
6203874 6332906
■
122082-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: perl format string patch
6368763
■
122084-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: fsck mirrored patch
5044015 6273536 6331370
■
122086-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: nispasswd patch
6225117
■
122120-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Arabic Fonts
6346091 6377955 6380993 6403522 6458616
■
122131-02 – S10_x86: Patch to update SUNWlocaledefsrc files
6345525 6432211
■
122175-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: dumpadm patch
6194015 6338653 6421970
■
122181-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for North African locale issues
6348993
■
122184-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: logadm timestamp patch
4824041 6448850
■
122205-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: configuration framework patch
6310437
■
122209-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Removable Media Patch
6207027
■
122211-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: GNOME Media Player Patch
6370445
■
4788904
5088581
6200485
6217648
6237403
6255964
4899270
5108742
6202413
6218072
6238031
6261299
122213-14 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: GNOME Desktop Patch
5011528
6174227
6202416
6218831
6239595
6262830
5028758
6174239
6203727
6222326
6239962
6267922
5032088
6179500
6205402
6225051
6244269
6271501
5037390
6191372
6208184
6230090
6247833
6273175
5037397
6193275
6209566
6230098
6248517
6277164
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
5054339
6195818
6210443
6232275
6250742
6291127
5054519
6197950
6211279
6232578
6251220
6298139
5056390
6200000
6214222
6234837
6253594
6303219
5072848
6200326
6214486
6234894
6255199
6303664
257
x86 Patch List
6312736
6363752
6404437
6440923
6404286
6312879
6371901
6405059
6446935
6464949
6314534
6385401
6405923
6450436
6464582
■
6317578
6389444
6418344
6451420
6457350
6324700
6393698
6421852
6455491
6456258
6340714
6393714
6424152
6456363
6406972
6340716
6393724
6424743
6457141
6472442
6347227
6393731
6426293
6458563
6347360
6398671
6426326
6459430
6354209
6402088
6429887
6437405
6363035
6402894
6432728
6446780
122226-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86, SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
6381140
■
122240-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Apache 2 mod_perl Perl cgi patch
6289386
■
122248-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: patch clmb
4670406 4855218 6203470 6209502 6275431 6300267 6326547 6335611 6340778
■
122252-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: librestart.so.1 patch
6338570
■
122260-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SunFreeware gnu esp ghostscript patch
6333285 6343050 6360710 6360803
■
122262-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SunFreeware ghostscript man pages patch
6333285 6343050 6360710 6360803
■
122264-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: fp plug-in for cfgadm
6319165
■
122365-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: bscbus, bscv driver patch
6332605
■
122405-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: xntpd patch
4529113
■
122409-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libmtmalloc patch
6217567
■
122413-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ipseckey patch
6258318
■
122417-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: depend file patch
2129341
258
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x86 Patch List
■
122419-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Fix Garbled Message Issues for Ru
6363262
■
122421-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Simplified Chinese locale patch
6357520 6452120
■
122423-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: add missing locale files for Mozilla
6387991 6403436 6419527 6418839
■
122425-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Mozilla default bookmarks patch
6412687
■
122471-02 – Gnome 2.6.0_x86: GNOME Java Help Patch
6364981 6434498
■
122488-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Patch for Middle Eastern Region locale issue
6380993 6403522
■
122522-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: locator patch
6332630 6342066 6347537
■
122530-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: nge patch
6273484 6333732 6334580 6339474 6350127 6350373 6353515 6355392 6355538 6356796 6358827
6364227 6367820 6384624 6405933 6438413 6456206 6460437
■
122534-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ktkt_warn patch
5088665 6452685
■
122536-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: llib-lcrypto patch
6285539 6287497
■
122638-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: zonename patch
6405807 6408933
■
4063945
6262573
6335370
6354997
6393443
6399272
4799697
6265542
6337437
6355634
6395670
6399301
122641-06 – SunOS 5.10_x86: zfs genesis patch
5004701
6276934
6338081
6360864
6396049
6399767
5096886
6277961
6338386
6362641
6396628
6399899
6198523
6280668
6338653
6365101
6397071
6399918
6217870
6284968
6341429
6369794
6397267
6399930
6223375
6285992
6343608
6379909
6398177
6400742
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
6240363
6303398
6345690
6381344
6398380
6401243
6250211
6322005
6346183
6389326
6398622
6402388
6256157
6322205
6351165
6392291
6398664
6402569
6256372
6332352
6354381
6393003
6398713
6402598
259
x86 Patch List
6403294 6405008 6405662 6406959 6407365 6407366 6407367 6407377 6407444 6407635 6407791
6407842 6408482 6409927 6410371 6410698 6410700 6410709 6410711 6410836 6411780 6413125
6413573 6413731 6416101 6420920 6422565 6423046 6424405 6426323 6435700
■
122647-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: zlogin patch
6405807 6408933 6424343 6426477
■
122655-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: jumpstart and live upgrade compliance patch
6331284 6372009 6433495
■
4063945
5022513
6231612
6292928
6332352
6351165
6389326
6399963
6426755
6474678
4799697
5049028
6240363
6299045
6335370
6351221
6390074
6400688
6426760
6483014
122661-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: zones jumbo patch
4963361
5052723
6250211
6299048
6337437
6354381
6390239
6403267
6429952
6483435
■
4963365
5085664
6256157
6303398
6338081
6354997
6390248
6404654
6429978
6488478
4964162
5096886
6256372
6305400
6338386
6355634
6391051
6405233
6431453
4966416
6198523
6262573
6310003
6338653
6360864
6393490
6405807
6433679
4971371
6200896
6265542
6315190
6341429
6362641
6394554
6408933
6438116
4979830
6217870
6269042
6318536
6345056
6376743
6396823
6415181
6451671
5004701
6223375
6269046
6321858
6345690
6379341
6397007
6422168
6458122
5008923
6224806
6277961
6322005
6345758
6379909
6397853
6424343
6463524
5022506
6229724
6284968
6322205
6346183
6381344
6397915
6426477
6473639
122670-01 – Evolution 1.4.6_x86: Cryptographic Library patch
6316976
■
122676-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SunFreeware samba man pages patch
4768591 6174211 6332751 6344828 6362017 6379618
■
122701-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome libs CAS Patch
6348450 6394047 6399245
■
122736-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: backdrops patch
6385021
■
122748-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: gda patch
6326981
■
122753-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: fma snmpd patch
6419030 6413092 6365742 6367068
■
122755-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libexacct.so.1 fma patch
6328144
■
260
122762-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Update Connection Bootstrapper
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x86 Patch List
6390372 6323830 6350505
■
122829-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: lsimega driver patch
6310845 6310846 6310847 6317422 6409215
■
122861-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SCN Update Manager localization patch
6407430 6453773 6460262
■
122912-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Apache 1.3 Patch
6308127 6325738 6423033 6452767
■
122959-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: RealPlayer media application
6382797 6383322 6383359 6383367 6377814 6450213
■
123004-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: dependency issue with SUNWopenssl-include
6316308 6417985 6444027 6444779 6445882
■
123006-05 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Basic Registration Update
6302968 6316245 6334932 6367975 6398507 6399623 6399760 6440989 6444883 6437572 6448823
6449808 6452877 6450286 6468537 6480357 6462733 6428301 6434413 6449413 6448995
■
123012-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: BR desktop icon patch
6398507
■
123014-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: pcb.h patch
4852369
■
123016-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ps patch
6284623
■
123018-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: inetd patch
6240909
■
123122-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: usr/lib/libwsreg.so.1 Patch
6415472 6426965
■
123124-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86, SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
6423146
■
123133-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: more patch
4268038
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
261
x86 Patch List
■
123141-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6415472
■
123145-01 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome RealPlayer CAS Patch
6414069
■
123163-02 – GNOME 2.6.0_x86: Gnome Java Run Time Patch
6226929 6411153
■
123195-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: cron patch
6270017
■
123260-10 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For EDITABLE files
■
123261-12 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For SCRIPT patch
■
123323-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: pwconv patch
6379530
■
123325-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sshd patch
6376800
■
123327-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: tail patch
6354078
■
123329-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: expr patch
6354064
■
123331-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: pam_passwd_auth.so.1 patch
6311010
■
123333-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: tftp and in.tftpd patch
6301318
■
123495-03 – X11 6.6.2_x86: fontconfig patch
6355580 6405629 6477134
■
123521-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: dirname & basename patch
6210677
■
123527-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libcurses patch
4503183 5027709 5089079
262
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x86 Patch List
■
123536-01 – APOC 1.2_x86: depend patch
6388397
■
123555-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Japanese input System Wnn manpages patch
6362324
■
123591-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: PostgresSQL patch
6429619
■
123612-02 – X11 6.6.2_x86: Trusted Extensions patch
6395871 6435331
■
123614-01 – X11 6.6.2_x86: OpenGL patch
6377618
■
123627-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: fp Script Patch to replace install
components
6385531
■
123631-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: HTTP proxy settings patch
6428301 6431004 6431011 6431282 6434415 6437572
■
123648-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: gcc library .la patch
6220191
■
123662-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Basic Registration Localization
6442747 6442794 6453942 6451466
■
123840-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Fault Manager Patch
6381172 6393267 6394554 6399963 6403267 6410884 6411941 6414703 6414871 6414938 6465541
6471117
■
123873-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86, SPECIAL PATCH: For Script Files
6450350 6466183
■
123913-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ppriv patch
6186472 6394554 6399963 6402114 6403267
■
124094-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For package level scripts only
6438773 5016983
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263
x86 Patch List
■
124142-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: SPECIAL PATCH: For SCRIPT patch
■
124154-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Solaris Management Applications Localization patch
6465514
■
124167-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86 : SPECIAL PATCH: Script patch for 120273-07
■
124180-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Sun Update Connection Bootstrapper Localization
6465268
■
124187-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: flash issue with SUNWscn-base due to broken package
6460977
■
124189-02 – SunOS 5.10_x86: Trusted Solaris Attributes Patch
6396510 6481568
■
4034947
6409302
6433208
6436800
6448999
6473749
6276916
6415739
6433264
6439102
6449033
6479556
124205-04 – SunOS 5.10_x86: zfs patch
6288488
6416482
6433406
6439370
6450292
■
6366301
6416759
6433408
6440499
6451124
6373978
6416794
6433679
6443585
6451412
6385436
6417978
6433680
6444346
6451860
6393490
6420204
6433717
6446569
6452372
6397148
6424554
6435779
6447377
6452420
6401400
6425111
6436514
6447381
6452923
6405966
6425740
6436524
6447452
6453304
6409228
6430121
6436526
6448371
6458781
124209-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ppriv patch
5039974 5068886 6186472 6227744 6243434 6244217 6268229 6270225 6274647 6293271 6313214
6355953 6389264 6391893 6394554 6399963 6402114 6403267 6404051 6404290 6404563 6404654
6404729 6404877 6405400 6405777 6406097 6407920 6411400 6412471 6413767 6413809 6414797
■
124236-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libpam.so.1 patch
6439960
■
124238-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ftp patch
6319844
■
124247-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: devfsadmd_mod.so sysevent_conf_mod.so patch
5066548
■
124281-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: libkdb.so.1 patch
6211662
■
124287-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: chkey patch
6380913
264
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x86 Patch List
■
124326-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: rcm modules patch
4659930
■
124364-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: /usr/bin/stardict patch
6465248
■
124394-02 – CDE 1.6_x86: Dtlogin smf patch
6200922 6444304 6389083 6463474 6460522
■
124396-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtaction patch
6405981
■
124400-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtfile patch
6405981
■
124402-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtpad patch
6405981
■
124404-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: dtstyle patch
6405981
■
124406-01 – CDE 1.6_x86: sdtfprop patch
6405981
■
124443-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: ssh patch
6450490
■
124445-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: mountd patch
4613875
■
124458-01 – X11 6.6.2_x86: xdm patch
6388471 6423858 6398796
■
124466-02 – SunOS 5.9_x86 : cacao 2.0 patch 02
6384513 6369806 6283710 6461406 6471203 6482383
■
124615-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: sconadm proxy: UnknownHostException
6469551
■
124629-01 – SunOS 5.10_x86: CD-ROM Install Boot Image Patch
Appendix B • Solaris 10 Operating System Patch List
265
x86 Patch List
6272742 6438773 6450040 6467841 6472014 6473406 6474558 6476699 6480302 6481557
■
124631-03 – SunOS 5.10_x86: System Administration Applications, Network, and Core
Libraries Patch
6272742 6411706 6429460 6438773 6474558 6476699 6481557 6489035
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