In message <4ee8ef69.6010...@ianshome.com>, Ian Collins writes: >-U? There isn't a documented -U option.
<URL:http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23823_01/html/816-5166/zoneadm-1m.html#scrolltoc> For native zones, zoneadm checks package and patch lev- els on the machine to which the zone is to be attached. If the packages/patches that the zone depends on from the global zone are different (have different revision numbers) from the dependent packages/patches on the source machine, zoneadm reports these conflicts and does not perform the attach. If the destination system has only newer dependent packages/patches (higher revision numbers) than those on the source system, you can use the -u or -U options. The -u option updates the minimum number of packages within the attached zone to match the higher-revision packages and patches that exist on the new system. The -U option updates all packages in the attached zone that are also installed in the global zone. With -u or -U, as in the default behavior, zoneadm does not perform an attach if outdated packages/patches are found on the target system. John groenv...@acm.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com