06-08-2006 11:49 PM
# swlist -s /var/adm/sw/DEPOT
to view the content.
If this is a valid depot, you even can remove software from this depot
# swremove -s /full_path_to_your_depot
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06-08-2006 11:56 PM
06-09-2006 12:05 AM
The swlist command displays information about software products
installed at or available from the specified target_selections. It
supports these features:
+ Specify bundles, products, subproducts, and/or filesets to
+ Display the files contained in each fileset.
+ Display a table of contents from a software source.
+ Specify the attributes to display for each software object.
+ Display all attributes for bundles, products, subproducts,
filesets and/or files.
+ Display the full software_spec to be used with software
+ Display the readme file for products.
+ Display the depots on a specified host.
+ Create a list of products, subproducts, and/or filesets to use
as input to the other commands.
+ List the categories of available or applied patches.
+ List applied patches and their state (applied or committed).