Pkgadd Error Unable To Access Pkgmap File
Using as the package base directory. I can then locate the SUNWcsr while when I issue the command "pkgadd -R /a -d . Working (and yes, it does show two lines right after you log in):Sun Microsystems Inc.SunOS 5.8Generic PatchOctober 2001Sun Microsystems Inc.SunOS 5.8Generic PatchOctober 2001# uname -aSunOS chicolibsql 5.8 Generic_108528-15 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-4Not RE: Confused by pkgadd error Annihilannic (MIS) 26 May 06 07:23 Have you checked that you've got plenty of space in /var? http://iipseconline.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error-unable-to-open-admin-file.html
You're now being signed in. They're just trying to get some holes patched in this thing so it will last a bit longer.Thanks again!John John CraigAlpha-G Consulting, LLCwww.alphagconsulting.com RE: Confused by pkgadd error kHz (MIS) 25 Reloader Solaris 2 09-01-2008 06:13 PM pkgadd help mokkan Solaris 1 04-08-2008 10:08 AM pkgadd alsande UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers 4 03-27-2004 02:25 AM All times are GMT -4. live_ replied Nov 23, 2011 In amswer to Sam, this is the result: # pkgtrans Explorer . https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21717837/Problems-installing-SUNWhea-ERROR-unable-to-access-pkgmap-file.html
File compression being used 23 blocks Installing patch packages... I have a new guy joining the group. I backed off to4.1 and the Ultra is happy. You also should use -R /a or try to run pkgadd from a chroot in /a (I forget if that's possible.) share|improve this answer answered Sep 22 '10 at 16:20 Mark
RE: Confused by pkgadd error kHz (MIS) 25 May 06 10:39 If the server has an OBP you need to make sure it is at a compatible level with the kernel pkgadd: ERROR: cannot rewrite the contents file Installation of
I don't see how moving the package to another directory is going to stop it from looking for something in a non-existent /tmp directory, but I will give it a try I'm installing SUNWexplo + HPPI On a load of other identical servers (T5140's). RE: Confused by pkgadd error JMCraig (Programmer) (OP) 25 May 06 17:07 kHz, thanks much!How do I tell if I have an OBP? http://marc.info/?l=sun-managers&m=93086865815158&w=2 pkgadd error message while gcc installation 13.
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THe Solaris install CD's? 0 Message Author Comment by:bjmorse2006-01-31 pkgadd -d . Do you want to continue with the installation of
Also the blocking size for the data can have significant effect on the amount of data. After that, I then tried to mount the disk using "mount /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s0 /a" and it works. They have not been kept anything like up to date. http://iipseconline.com/pkgadd-error/pkgadd-error-unable-to-open-response-file.html All rights reserved.
Do you want this directory created now [y,n,?,q] y Using as the package base directory. SUNWhea you can download the zlib bianry package from: http://sunfreeware.com/ 0 Message Author Comment by:bjmorse2006-01-31 I tried pkgadd -d . On /var/sadm/install?
the the pkg name; pkgadd -d .
Annihilannic. You can purhcase service contracts on the Sun equipment if it "passes" an inspection by a Sun FE whether or not you purchased the equipment from Sun/Sun VAR. Contact me with any such problems. SUNWhea in the product dir and it still complains that ERROR: unable to access pkgmap file 0 LVL 38 Overall: Level 38 Unix OS 32 Message Expert Comment by:yuzh2006-01-31 try:
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I have verified that all > components are new and genuine Sun on my quote from DMS. > > So, I was wondering if anyone on this list has dealt with drwxr-xr-x 15 root sys 512 Nov 21 20:25 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Nov 22 09:58 .door -rw------- 1 root root 128 Nov 22 09:58 .lockfile -rw-r--r-- 1 root root My company sells Sun stuff and stuff from 2 of Sun's competitors. while in /var/tmp.Before doing that though, make sure you delete any openssh package in /var/downloads or anywhere else.Also run a pkginfo | grep -i ssh and make sure there isn't any
I was able to do a pkgadd from another CD for other packages. Using as the package base directory. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... all Processing package instance
The first server went fine. pkgadd errors -- help 4. Just in case the one on /a is missing here's a copy of it from my system # # Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc. If you use ftp then make sure you specify a binary transfer...That might help...
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Mike"A foolproof method for sculpting an elephant: first, get a huge block of marble, then you chip away everything that doesn't look like an elephant."http://www.airport-parking-site.co.uk/ RE: Confused by pkgadd error JMCraig If I try and PKGRM or Install anything I get this error: ## Executing checkinstall script. I have then boot to single user mode using the installation cd and then fix the disk using fsck. NOTE: some pathnames are in private formats and cannot be verified copyright depend ERROR: /tmp/SUNWhea/pkginfo modtime <08/12/10 02:53:04 AM> expected <03/02/11 03:59:53 PM> actual file size <14297> expected <14298> actual file
No changes were made to the system.