It seems to be a file named Ignite-UX-10-20_B.5.4.50_HP-UX_B.11.00_32 64.depot that is the latest version, but any 10.20 compatible version would work.This document describes everything there is to know regarding Upgrade-UX, an Open Source upgrade and patching framework designed to assist the UNIX system engineer in patching or upgrading systems in a consistent and repeatable way with evidence before and after the running In professional environments it is not allowed to just blindly update an UNIX system without testing this first out on a development system, pre-production and so on.EDU Expires: GMT Message-ID: NNTP-Posting-Host: Summary: This posting answers frequently asked questions about the product Ignite-UX distributed by Hewlett-Packard Company. 1.8 Q: When igniting from an archive I get numerous "samreg" errors.Keywords: Ignite-UX FAQ Archive-name: hp/Ignite-UX_faq Posting-Frequency: monthly X-Newsreader: Gnus v5.6.45/XEmacs 21.1 - "Arches" Path: edu! 1.9 Q: Can an IUX server install clients on multiple subnets? 1.4 Q: Why do hostnames longer that 8 characters not work for 10. 1.5 Q: I updated my server, now it complains that it "Cannot determine dump size limit" 1.6 Q: Can the GUI interface for make_tape_recovery span multiple tapes? --------------- TABLE OF CONTENTS ----------------- 1. Known Problems 1.1 Q: Some commands core dump and die after installing or recovering, why? 1.3 Q: I updated my server, now it can't find "/d_cfg_mnt_sb61/monitor_bpr".
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Furthermore, many checks can be build-in via adding simple scripts (see chapter "Adding your scripts").
We also keep of each run an unique log file, and furthermore, we keep evidence before and after patching in a special directory.
Doing it this way allows you to exactly define how a system should look like after the upgrade or patching.