On 11/02/2012 14:15, Enda O'Connor wrote:
According to this your global zone is at
151 ie express

Global zone version: entire@0.5.11,5.11-

in global zone run
pkg info entire
if that says 151 then can i see
pkg publisher

If pkg is set to s11  repo
and if entire is at 151
pkg update pkg
init 6
on reboot
pkg update

if any of these fail add -nv to see what gives.


If that points to s11
can I see
pkg update -nv '*@latest'

On 11/02/2012 14:06, gerard henry wrote:
i exactly have the same problem, but "detach; attach -u" didn't solve it

But it seems that the attach -u doesn't upgrade, according to the
# zoneadm -z www attach -u
Log File: /var/tmp/www.attach_log.LGaqKg
Attach Path: /zones/www/root
Attach ZFS Dataset: rpool/zones/www/ROOT/zbe-4

Installing: Using pre-existing data in zonepath
Global zone version: entire@0.5.11,5.11-
Non-Global zone version: entire@0.5.11,5.11-
Cache: Using /var/pkg/publisher.
Updating non-global zone: Output follows
No updates necessary for this image.

Updating non-global zone: Zone updated.
Result: Attach Succeeded.

after the system has booted with:
SunOS Release 5.11 Version 64-bit

I don't understand what you said with "pkg -R ... image-update" ?

thanks in advance for help,

2011/10/5 Ian Collins <i...@ianshome.com <mailto:i...@ianshome.com>>

On 10/ 5/11 09:26 PM, casper....@oracle.com
<mailto:casper....@oracle.com> wrote:

Before I go through the pain of logging a support call,
has anyone
seen or fixed the following problem:

I ran an update on a fresh Solaris 11 Express system from
the support
repository and after restarting, all the systems zones are
dead. The
zone consoles report:

SunOS Release 5.11 Version 64-bit
Copyright (c) 1983, 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All
rights reserved.
Requesting System Maintenance Mode
(See /lib/svc/share/README for more information.)
svc:/system/early-manifest-__import:default signalled: SYS

The zones run an older version of the Solaris software and as a
result its
libc doesn't match the kernel and the binaries will fail.

I think you will need to upgrade all your zones too

It might be something simple as "zoneadm detach"; "zoneadm
attach -u" but
make sure that you keep sufficient save sufficient information to
reinstall the zones; and make sure you try this on one zone
first before
you detach all of them. It might be possible to update the
zones also
using pkg -R<zoneroot> image-update after you've mounted the root

Thanks Casper!

I really should tattoo "zoneadm detach"; "zoneadm attach -u" inside
my eyelids!


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