I finally figured out what I was doing wrong: I was installing the
recommended cluster with the -nosave option, but 118855-36 seems to have
an issue with that, if 'patchadd -d' is used that a directory needs to
be manually created first.

What I did was manually install the latest 119255 (patch utils) and
118855-36, rebooted then installed the recommended cluster, and all is
working now.

Thanks to all the private replies which pointed me in the right direction.

> Have You verified that the patch cluster did install correctly.
> I know of an issue (at least on sparc) that You will have to
> run the patch cluster twice due to a pkgadd patch.
> /Ulf
> This message posted from opensolaris.org

Christophe Dupré
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