After more investigation, moving filesystem/local to single-user
milestone is not an option when Sun Cluster or Sun Storagetek
AVS comes into play.

-- Renaud

Narendra Kumar S.S wrote:
> Jordan,
> 
>       Is there any particular reason, why you are not proposing to move 
> filesystem/local to single-user milestone.
>       That looks very simple fix and will solve all the problems.
> 
> Regards,
> Narendra
> 
> 
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 8:00 AM, Jordan Brown <[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
> 
>     Jordan Brown wrote:
>      > Proposal 2:
>      > - Make the new patching service depend on system/filesystem/local.
>      > - Modify patchadd to temporarily enable system/filesystem/local
>     before
>      > patching, and disable it afterward, *if* it is offline.  Note
>     that when
>      > the patching service runs, system/filesystem/local will be online
>     and so
>      > patchadd will not need to manipulate it.
> 
>     I added part of this late and it's a little misleading.  It suggests
>     that patchadd wouldn't need to manipulate s/f/l, and that's not quite
>     right.  *When invoked from the patch service*, patchadd wouldn't need to
>     manipulate s/f/l.  When invoked interactively (from
>     milestone/single-user), in this scenario patchadd would still have to
>     enable s/f/l.
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