Operating System

How To Create A Live Upgrade Boot Environment

Solaris Live Upgrade is an excellent way to manage Solaris operating system upgrades and patches. Live Upgrade allows the system admin to upgrade or patch a running system with the only downtime being the server reboot once the upgrade or patch is complete. Live Upgrade accomplishes this "trick" by employing boot environments.

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How To Determine If The Solaris Kernel Is 32- Or 64-bit

Most Solaris recomended patch clusters come in either 32- or 64-bit versions. How do you find out which one is appropriate for your platform?

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How To Apply A Solaris Recommended Patch Cluster

This article describes the process of applying a Solaris recommended patch cluster, or patchset as it is now called. This procedure applies only to Solaris 10 servers that have no zones or boot environments configured.

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