Steve Lawrence wrote:
>> 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

yes above is necessary
> 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??)
if you upgrade to u7, you would be ok, if you creating an ABE to patch, 
id would be ok too, as you'd get the patched LU bits.

Just upgrading to u6 is the problem, as you'd end up with the "old" u6 
lu bits.

> luactivate BBE
> reboot
> Comments?
> -Steve L.
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