Updating solaris 10
# Default: true #catalog_not_cached=true # Catalog update interval # Number of days between automatic catalog updates.
Special cases are -1 # if you want to disable automatic updates and 0 if you always want to # update the catalog.
A prompt is shown when multiple packages are needed as this might be a surprise sometimes, if the yes (-y) option is used no prompt is shown and the pkgrm/pkgadd operation is also without prompts. -i, --install Install package -u, --upgrade Upgrade package -r, --remove Remove package (experimental) -d, --download Download only -U, --catalog Update catalog -a, --available Show available packages --describe Describe available packages -c, --compare Compare installed packages to current -C Same as -c but only show different versions -e, --email=address Send e-mail with available updates -t, --temp=site Temporarily use this site as primary for download -x, --exclude=package Package to exclude -W, --workdir=path Path to use for downloads --config=file Use this configuration file -y, --yes Answer yes on all prompts -f, --force Force updates (sync with mirror) -n, --nomod No modifications are made to the system -N, --nodeps No dependencies -D, --debug Debug mode --trace Set trace mode (-v) for pkgadd/pkgrm -h, --help Show this help -v, --version Show version -V, --syscheck System check -L, --listfile List files in package -F, --findfile Find files in package --extract Extract package content (use with -d) -s, --stream Build a package stream (use with -d) -o, --output=file File name for package stream (use with -s) -T, --target=arch:rel Specify architecture and OS release for download --single Single package check (use with -c) -p, --param=opt:val Override configuration option Example: pkgutil -i CSWwget (install wget and its dependencies) Written and maintained by Peter Bonivart.
# Default: 0 #pkgliststyle=0 # How to handle soft errors from hooks that are called # A hook that exits with code 1 will cause pkgutil to stop. # Default: false, false #use_gpg=true #use_md5=true # Options to use for wget # E.g. # WARNING: do not modify this unless you know what you're doing.You should also make sure that wget can download files through your proxy if you have one, you should set this personally in ~/.wgetrc or globally in /etc/wgetrc (or /etc/opt/csw/wgetrc if using wget from Open CSW).If you already have pkg-get set up you can upgrade like this: # pkgutil -i bash Parsing catalog, may take a while ...The second service updates the boot archive during a graceful shutdown or reboot, ensuring it is consistent with the equivalent files in the root filesystem for the next boot.A sudden or non-graceful shutdown is likely to leave the boot archive out of sync, resulting in the boot-archive service dropping to maintenance mode on the next boot.