> Now the only caveat is that you must also apply this patch to the ABE, > prior to booting it, ie > apply LU patch 121430-30 to live system > run lucreate > run luupgrade ( if upgrading from pre u6 ) > apply 121430-30 to the new BE using luupgrade -t ( or patchadd -R ) > The last step MUST be done prior to luactivate, so even if you are > creating a BE for patching ie skipping the luupgrade step, you still > need to apply the patch after lucreate and before luactivate. > Not doign so can result in not being able to boot back to original BE > once new BE is activated.
Hey Enda, For clarity, once I'm up and running on a BE with u6 + 121430-30, if I create another ABE for the purpose of patching or upgradeing, do I need to re-apply the latest LU patch to it again? Example: (running u5, the decribed scenerio): patchadd 121430-30 lucreate ABE luupgrade ABE u6 (or perhaps patch up to some u6 KU) luupgrade ABE -t 121430-30 luactivate ABE reboot Now I want to patch to th next KU, or upgrade to U7) (running u6 or some equivalent ku) patchadd <latest u6 lu patch> lucreate BBE luupgrade BBE to next KU patch (or maybe update to u7) (do I need to add latest lu patch to BBE??) luactivate BBE reboot Comments? -Steve L. _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com