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cluster to package mapping? - Sun Solaris

that is, the software cluster SUNWCreq and similar--is there a graceful way to find out what packages are in those clusters? way back in solaris 6 they were broken out in the back of the advanced installation guide. no more. there's something called clustertoc, meaning cluster table of contents, but i haven't found it, and i'm not sure that's after, anyway. -- Jay Scott 512-835-3553 utexas.edu Head of Sun Support, Sr. Operating Systems Specialist Applied Research Labs, Computer Science Div. S224 University of Texas at Austin...

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    that is, the software cluster SUNWCreq and similar--is there a graceful
    way to find out what packages are in those clusters? way back in solaris
    6 they were broken out in the back of the advanced installation guide.
    no more. there's something called clustertoc, meaning cluster table
    of contents, but i haven't found it, and i'm not sure that's after,
    anyway.

    --
    Jay Scott 512-835-3553 utexas.edu
    Head of Sun Support, Sr. Operating Systems Specialist
    Applied Research Labs, Computer Science Div. S224
    University of Texas at Austin
    Jay Guest

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    In article <bm1ik0$arlut.utexas.edu>,
    Jay G. Scott <utexas.edu> wrote: 

    hack, splutter. in a fit of brilliance, i did
    man clustertoc
    found a .clustertoc on my jumpstart server, now i'm all happy.

    j.
     


    --
    Jay Scott 512-835-3553 utexas.edu
    Head of Sun Support, Sr. Operating Systems Specialist
    Applied Research Labs, Computer Science Div. S224
    University of Texas at Austin
    Jay Guest

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    Jay G. Scott <utexas.edu> wrote: [/ref]
     

    Hah! Better than me. I was about to tell you where it was, but I never
    knew there was a man page for it. :-)

    --
    Darren Dunham com
    Unix System Administrator Taos - The SysAdmin Company
    Got some Dr Pepper? San Francisco, CA bay area
    < This line left intentionally blank to confuse you. >
    Darren Guest

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    In article <bm1ik0$arlut.utexas.edu>,
    Jay G. Scott <utexas.edu> wrote: 

    There's a copy of the clustertoc, which has reasonably transparent syntax,
    in /var/sadm/system/admin/.clustertoc in any installed system. If you
    haven't got an installed system, look at /Solaris_*/Product/.clustertoc
    on slice 0 of the 1/2 installation CDROM.

    Chris Thompson
    Email: cet1 [at] cam.ac.uk
    Chris Guest

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    Darren Dunham wrote: 
     
    >
    >
    > Hah! Better than me. I was about to tell you where it was, but I never
    > knew there was a man page for it. :-)
    >[/ref]

    (Very quiet voice)
    Me neither

    --
    Tony

    Tony Guest

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