09-19-2012 02:37 AM
I want to update B.11.31.0803 Foundation Operating Environment to latest version of BaseOE. Is it possible? If yes, can it be done without DVD (just copy all files to local disk)?
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09-19-2012 03:05 AM
I think you should be able to update, if disk-space and hardware-requirements are ok.
You can install from mounted locally mounted iso-images, using:
09-19-2012 07:11 AM
I'm trying now to mount the iso, but got error:
# mount -F cdfs /test/hpux/disk1.iso /cdrom mount: /test/hpux/disk1.iso is an invalid operand # swlist -l product ISOIMAGE-ENH # Initializing... # Contacting target "dbsrv"... # # Target: dbsrv:/ # # ISOIMAGE-ENH B.11.31.06 ISO Image mount Enhancement ISOIMAGE-ENH.Iso-Image-Enh B.11.31.06 cdfs ISO image mount support # kcmodule cdfs Module State Cause Notes cdfs loaded auto auto-loadable, unloadable #
i also checked the md5 of iso - it's ok. What i did wrong?
09-19-2012 11:01 AM - edited 09-20-2012 01:25 AM
>What I did wrong?
It appears you haven't loaded the fspd module.
mount -F cdfs /absolute/path/image.iso /mount/point
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09-19-2012 10:25 PM - edited 09-19-2012 10:50 PM
the solution worked:
# kcmodule fspd Module State Cause Notes fspd auto best auto-loadable, unloadable # kcmodule fspd=loaded ==> Update the automatic 'backup' configuration first? y * The automatic 'backup' configuration has been updated. * Future operations will update the backup without prompting. * The requested changes have been applied to the currently running configuration. Module State Cause Notes fspd (before) auto best auto-loadable, unloadable (now) loaded explicit # mount -F cdfs -orr /test/hpux/disk1.iso /cdrom #
and it's mounted now finally.