By techdogg on Aug 10, 2007
Sun Cluster 3.2 Patch 2 requires the version manager command to commit patch changes after you apply any patch that contains a new protocol or changes a protocol. As a result, you must use the scversions command to apply Sun Cluster 3.2 Patch 2 and any subsequent patches. The scversions command determines if the new patch contains protocol changes that require a commit.
To download patches, go to http://sunsolve.sun.com.
Complete the following steps after you have applied a patch to all of your cluster nodes using any of the patch methods provided in the Patching Sun Cluster Software and Firmware chapter in the System Administration Guide.
- Check to see if you need to commit the patch software by using the scversions command.
You will see one of the following results:
Upgrade commit is needed.
Upgrade commit is NOT needed. All versions match.
- If a commit is needed, commit the patch software.
# /usr/cluster/bin/scversions -c
The -c option causes the cluster to commit to and run the new patched software.
Note: Running scversions will cause one or more Cluster Membership Monitor (CMM) reconfigurations, depending on the situation.
Sun Cluster Documentation