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Note that the system is live during the live-upgrade process.
It can actually take a lot longer than 1.5 hours, depending on how many zones you have, but the only downtime it the reboot to activate the updated ABE.
If you want to do it the right way, then One thing to be aware of: Ensure that you have console access when rebooting after live upgrade.
I have seen many times that systems fail to reboot on either file systems which are not handled by live-upgrade, or else because the new version of Solaris suddenly wants to prompt you for the keyboard type and waits for this sys-identification information in single-user mode before completing the boot-up process. I think you'll find that the majority of the patches you listed are part of the pre-req patches that would be installed if installing a Solaris SPARC CPU set.
Lists the update methods and options to update these operating systems.
In simulate mode, you can choose whether to download the updates.
The New Update OS Job option enables you to create customized update jobs.
requires users to obtain a WSKey to run the software.
Before downloading EZproxy, please request your WSKey.
You will use a similar methodology and set of procedures to update your Linux and Oracle Solaris 8, 9, and 10 operating systems.