Philip Nelson wrote:
> They're 755, all the way to /.
> Here's the actual error message a small zone gets:
> cannot open
> pkgadd: ERROR: checkinstall script did not complete successfully
> Dryrun complete.
> No changes were made to the system.
what is the premissions on the directory structure containing the patch
can you boot and halt the zone prior to running patchadd
> Enda O'Connor wrote:
>> Philip wrote:
>>> I've run into difficulty installing sparc kernel patch 120011-14
>>> from the Oct/03/07 recommended patch cluster onto 6/01 and 6/06
>>> systems with non-global zones (whether small or large).
>>> As long as all non-global zones are halted (and don't have ZFS
>>> roots), the patch installs all right in the global zone. However,
>>> it gives a failure message for installation in the non-global zones
>>> because user nobody can't read the zone roots (due to the required
>>> 700 permissions on those directories). If I try to give nobody read
>>> access to those directories, the patch fails anyhow because it can't
>>> boot the non-global zone (it fails on the 700 perms check). I can't
>>> run the patch with the zones already started because the kernel
>>> patch requires them to be halted (for deferred activation
>>> patching). So, I'm boxed in.
>>> There are a couple other patches not installing into the non-global
>>> zones because they fail a dependency check on the kernel patch. I'm
>>> hoping that the small zones are inheriting the patches anyhow, but I
>>> don't know what to do with the big zones.
>>> Any thoughts?
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>> wierd, my zonepaths are all 700 and it works fine, what is the
>> permission of the parent of zonepath?
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