By rickramsey on May 28, 2013
Sometimes all you want to update is Java, and not your entire Oracle Solaris environment. But Java is packaged as part of the Oracle Solaris systems software, and Oracle recommends that you update all the system software at once, since it was tested together.
What can you do?
by Peter Dennis and Alta Elstad
This article describes how to update one piece of software that is constrained by an incorporation without altering any other software that is constrained by that incorporation, and still end up with a supported system. This article by Peter Dennis and Alta Elstad explains how to do that. It focuses on Java, but you can use the same technique for other software.
More Information About Oracle Solaris Packaging
- Advanced Administration with the Image Packaging System, by Glynn Foster>
- >How to Update Oracle Solaris 11 Systems from Oracle Support Repositories, by Glynn Foster
- >More Tips for Updating Your Oracle Solaris 11 System from the Oracle Support Repositories, by Peter Dennis