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Today I have installed 8_recommended cluster patch on my sun machine, but I got a bunch of error messages returning code 5 and 25 and 2, can somebody translate them for me. Installation of 110934-14 failed. Return code 5 thanks in advance-Rob...

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    Default Patch error message

    Today I have installed 8_recommended cluster patch on my sun machine, but I
    got a bunch of error messages returning code 5 and 25 and 2, can somebody
    translate them for me.

    Installation of 110934-14 failed. Return code 5
    thanks in advance-Rob


    Rob Guest

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    "Rob" <com> writes: 

    They are for patches for products you don't have. Ignore.


    --
    "The road to Paradise is through Intercourse."
    The uk.transport FAQ; http://www.huge.org.uk/transport/FAQ.html
    [email me at huge [at] huge [dot] org [dot] uk]


    Huge Guest

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    So code 25, 5, 15 all means the same?
    Rob

    "Huge" <org.uk> wrote in message
    news:blelu1$5pk$demon.co.uk... [/ref]

    >
    > They are for patches for products you don't have. Ignore.
    >
    >
    > --
    > "The road to Paradise is through Intercourse."
    > The uk.transport FAQ; http://www.huge.org.uk/transport/FAQ.html
    > [email me at huge [at] huge [dot] org [dot] uk]
    >
    >[/ref]


    Rob Guest

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    "Rob" <com> wrote in message
    news:3f7ade6f$sentex.net... 

    Why don't you read the log file generated after you applied the cluster
    patch, everything is inside.


    Crusher Guest

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    Default Re: Patch error message

    The error numbers are standard unix error numbers .
    You can find the explanation into errno.h ( I think
    /usr/include/sys/errno.h )

    Pidbel
    "Rob" <com> wrote in message
    news:3f7ade6f$sentex.net... [/ref][/ref]
    but [/ref][/ref]
    somebody 
    > >
    > > They are for patches for products you don't have. Ignore.
    > >
    > >
    > > --
    > > "The road to Paradise is through Intercourse."
    > > The uk.transport FAQ; http://www.huge.org.uk/transport/FAQ.html
    > > [email me at huge [at] huge [dot] org [dot] uk]
    > >
    > >[/ref]
    >
    >[/ref]


    pidbel Guest

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    Default Re: Patch error message

    On Wed, 1 Oct 2003 09:45:08 -0400, "Rob" <com>
    wrote:
     
    patchadd is a shell script.

    Look for description of the exit codes in the shell script.

    Rob Guest

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    > So code 25, 5, 15 all means the same?

    No, below is are the error codes taken from a "install_mu" script
    that is smarter than the "install_cluster" script.

    5 and 15 are fatal errors perhaps because the patch files are
    not readable by "nobody" (it is somewhere in the Solaris FAQ)

    [1]="Usage error"
    [2]="Attempt to apply a patch that's already been applied"
    [3]="Effective UID is not root"
    [4]="Attempt to save original files failed"
    [5]="pkgadd failed"
    [6]="Patch is obsoleted"
    [7]="Invalid package directory"
    [8]="Attempting to patch a package that is not installed"
    [9]="Cannot access /usr/sbin/pkgadd (client problem)"
    [10]="Package validation errors"
    [11]="Error adding patch to root template"
    [12]="Patch script terminated due to signal"
    [13]="Symbolic link included in patch"
    [14]="NOT USED"
    [15]="The prepatch script had a return code other than 0."
    [16]="The postpatch script had a return code other than 0."
    [17]="Mismatch of the -d option between a previous patch install and the
    current one."
    [18]="Not enough space in the file systems that are targets of the patch."
    [19]="$SOFTINFO/INST_RELEASE file not found"
    [20]="A direct instance patch was required but not found"
    [21]="The required patches have not been installed on the manager"
    [22]="A progressive instance patch was required but not found"
    [23]="A restricted patch is already applied to the package"
    [24]="An incompatible patch is applied"
    [25]="A required patch is not applied"
    [26]="The user specified backout data can't be found"
    [27]="The relative directory supplied can't be found"
    [28]="A pkginfo file is corrupt or missing"
    [29]="Bad patch ID format"
    [30]="Dryrun failure(s)"
    [31]="Path given for -C option is invalid"
    [32]="Must be running Solaris 2.6 or greater"
    [33]="Bad formatted patch file or patch file not found"
    [34]="Incorrect patch spool directory"
    [35]="Later revision already installed"
    [36]="Cannot create safe temporary directory"
    [37]="Illegal backout directory specified"

    Oscar Guest

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    I reviewed all logs and FAQ but still not sure what I have to do regarding
    those errors especially 5 and 15!
    Rob
    "Oscar del Rio" <utoronto.ca> wrote in message
    news:utoronto.ca... 
    >
    > No, below is are the error codes taken from a "install_mu" script
    > that is smarter than the "install_cluster" script.
    >
    > 5 and 15 are fatal errors perhaps because the patch files are
    > not readable by "nobody" (it is somewhere in the Solaris FAQ)
    >
    > [1]="Usage error"
    > [2]="Attempt to apply a patch that's already been applied"
    > [3]="Effective UID is not root"
    > [4]="Attempt to save original files failed"
    > [5]="pkgadd failed"
    > [6]="Patch is obsoleted"
    > [7]="Invalid package directory"
    > [8]="Attempting to patch a package that is not installed"
    > [9]="Cannot access /usr/sbin/pkgadd (client problem)"
    > [10]="Package validation errors"
    > [11]="Error adding patch to root template"
    > [12]="Patch script terminated due to signal"
    > [13]="Symbolic link included in patch"
    > [14]="NOT USED"
    > [15]="The prepatch script had a return code other than 0."
    > [16]="The postpatch script had a return code other than 0."
    > [17]="Mismatch of the -d option between a previous patch install and the
    > current one."
    > [18]="Not enough space in the file systems that are targets of the patch."
    > [19]="$SOFTINFO/INST_RELEASE file not found"
    > [20]="A direct instance patch was required but not found"
    > [21]="The required patches have not been installed on the manager"
    > [22]="A progressive instance patch was required but not found"
    > [23]="A restricted patch is already applied to the package"
    > [24]="An incompatible patch is applied"
    > [25]="A required patch is not applied"
    > [26]="The user specified backout data can't be found"
    > [27]="The relative directory supplied can't be found"
    > [28]="A pkginfo file is corrupt or missing"
    > [29]="Bad patch ID format"
    > [30]="Dryrun failure(s)"
    > [31]="Path given for -C option is invalid"
    > [32]="Must be running Solaris 2.6 or greater"
    > [33]="Bad formatted patch file or patch file not found"
    > [34]="Incorrect patch spool directory"
    > [35]="Later revision already installed"
    > [36]="Cannot create safe temporary directory"
    > [37]="Illegal backout directory specified"
    >[/ref]


    Rob Guest

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