Sunday Jul 12, 2015

Solaris 11.3 beta: Changes to bundled software packages

With the release of Solaris 11.3 beta, I've gone back and made a new list of changes to the bundled software packages available in the Solaris IPS package repository, as I've done for the Solaris 11.1, Solaris 11.2 beta, and the Solaris 11.2 GA releases.

Oracle packages

Several bundled packages improve integration with other Oracle software. The Oracle Instant Client packages are now in the IPS repo for building software that connects to Oracle databases. MySQL 5.6 has also been added alongside the existing version 5.5 packages.

The Java runtime & developer kits for Java 7 & 8 were updated to new versions, while the Java 6 versions were removed as its support life winds down. The End of Feature Notices for Oracle Solaris 11 warns that Java 7 will be coming out as well in a later release.

Also updated was Oracle Hardware Management Pack (HMP), a set of tools that work with the ILOM, firmware, and other components in Sun/Oracle servers to configure low-level system options. HMP 2.2 was introduced in Solaris 11.2, and Solaris 11.3 now delivers HMP 2.3 packages.

Python packages

Solaris has long included and depended on Python 2. Solaris 11.3 adds Python 3 support for the first time, with the bundling of Python 3.4 and many module packages that work with it. Python 2.7 is still included, as is 2.6 for now, but Python 2 software in Solaris is almost completely switched over to 2.7 now, and Python 2.6 will be obsoleted soon.

A side effect of these changes was a revamping of the naming pattern for Python module packages in IPS - previously most modules delivered a set of packages following the pattern:

  • library/python-2/<module name>
  • library/python-2/<module name>-<for each Python version>
For example, there were three Mako packages, library/python-2/mako, library/python-2/mako-26, library/python-2/mako-27, where the latter two installed the modules built for the named versions of Python, and the first uses IPS conditional dependencies to install the modules for any Python versions that were installed on the system.

In extending this to provide Python 3 modules, it was decided to drop the python major version from the library/python-N prefix, leaving just the version at the end of the module name. Thus in Solaris 11.3, you'll see that the mako packages are now library/python/mako, library/python/mako-26, library/python/mako-27, and library/python/mako-34.

NVIDIA graphics driver packages

NVIDIA has been providing graphics driver packages for Solaris for almost a decade now. As new families and models of graphics cards are regularly introduced, they retire support for older generations from time to time in the new drivers. Support for these models is retained in a legacy driver, but that requires uninstalling the latest version and switching to a legacy branch. Previously that meant installing NVDIA's SVR4 package release instead of IPS, losing the ability to get updates with a simple “pkg update” command.

Now the legacy drivers are also available in IPS packages, which will continue to be updated as necessary for bug fixes and support for new Xorg releases during NVIDIA’s Support timeframes for Unix legacy GPU releases. To switch to the version 340 legacy driver on Solaris 11.3 or the later Solaris 11.2 SRU’s simply run:

  # pkg install --reject driver/graphics/nvidia driver/graphics/nvidiaR340 
and then reboot into the new BE created. For the previous version 304, change the above command to end in nvidiaR304 instead.

Other packages

There are far more changes than I've covered here - fortunately, the engineers who worked on many of these changes have written their own blog posts about them for you to check out:

One more thing... Solaris 11.2 packages

While all these are available now in the Solaris 11.3 beta, many are also available for testing and evaluation on existing Solaris 11.2 systems, when you're ready to upgrade a FOSS package, but not the rest of the OS. This is planned to be an ongoing program, so once Solaris 11.3 is officially released, the evaluation packages will keep moving forward to new versions of many packages. More details are available in a Solaris FOSS blog post and an article in the Solaris 11 OTN community space.

Not all packages are available in the evaluation program though, since some depend on OS changes not in Solaris 11.2. For instance, OpenSSH is not available for Solaris 11.2, since it depends on changes to the existing SunSSH packages that allow for the ssh package mediator to choose which ssh software to use on a given system.

Detailed list of changes

This table shows most of the changes to the bundled packages between the original Solaris 11.2.0 release, the latest Solaris 11.2 support repository update (SRU11, aka 11.2.11, released June 13, 2015), and the Solaris 11.3 beta released today. These show the versions they were released with, and not later versions that may now be available via the new FOSS Evaluation Packages for existing Solaris releases.

As with last time, some were excluded for clarity, or to reduce noise and duplication. All of the bundled packages which didn’t change the version number in their packaging info are not included, even if they had updates to fix bugs, security holes, or add support for new hardware or new features of Solaris.

PackageUpstream11. Beta
cloud/openstack OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/cinder OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/glance OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/heat OpenStacknot included0.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/horizon OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/keystone OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/neutron OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/nova OpenStack0.2013.2.30.2014.2.20.2014.2.2
cloud/openstack/swift OpenStack1.
communication/im/pidgin Pidgin2.
compress/pigz pigznot included2.
crypto/gnupg GnuPG2.
database/mysql-56 MySQLnot included
(MySQL 5.5 in database/mysql-56)
database/sqlite-3 SQLite3.
developer/build/ant Apache Ant1.
developer/documentation-tool/help2man GNU help2mannot includednot included1.46.1
developer/documentation-tool/xmlto xmltonot includednot included0.0.25
developer/java/jdk-6 Java1.6.0.75
(Java SE 6u75)
(Java SE 6u95)
not included
developer/java/jdk-7 Java1.7.0.65
(Java SE 7u65)
(Java SE 7u80)
(Java SE 7u80)
developer/java/jdk-8 Java1.8.0.11
(Java SE 8u11)
(Java SE 8u45)
(Java SE 8u45)
developer/test/check checknot includednot included0.9.14
developer/versioning/mercurial Mercurial SCM2.
developer/versioning/subversion Apache Subversion1.
diagnostic/nicstat nicstatnot includednot included1.95
diagnostic/tcpdump tcpdump4.
diagnostic/wireshark Wireshark1.
driver/graphics/nvidia NVIDIA0.331.38.00.346.35.00.346.35.0
driver/graphics/nvidiaR304 NVIDIAnot included0.304.125.00.304.125.0
driver/graphics/nvidiaR340 NVIDIAnot included0.340.65.00.340.65.0
file/mc GNU Midnight Commander4.
library/apr-15 Apache Portable Runtimenot includednot included1.5.1
library/c++/net6 Gobby1.
library/jansson Janssonnot includednot included2.7
library/json-c JSON-C0.90.90.12
library/libee libee0.
library/libestr libestr0.
library/libgsl GNU GSLnot includednot included1.16
library/liblogging LibLoggingnot includednot included1.0.4
library/libmicrohttpd GNU Libmicrohttpdnot includednot included0.9.37
library/libmilter Sendmail8.
library/libxml2 XML C parser2.
library/neon neon0.
library/perl-5/openscap-512 OpenSCAP1.
library/perl-5/xml-libxml CPAN: XML::LibXML2.142.142.121
was library/python-2/alembic
was library/python-2/amqp
library/python/barbicanclient OpenStacknot included3.
was library/python-2/boto
library/python/ceilometerclient OpenStack1.
library/python/cinderclient OpenStack1.
was library/python-2/cliff
library/python/django Django1.
library/python/django-pyscss django-pyscssnot included1.
was library/python-2/django_compressor
was library/python-2/django_openstack_auth
was library/python-2/eventlet
library/python/futures pythonfuturesnot included2.
library/python/glance_store OpenStacknot included0.
library/python/glanceclient OpenStack0.
was library/python-2/greenlet
library/python/heatclient OpenStack0.
library/python/iniparse iniparsenot included0.40.4
library/python/ipaddr ipaddr-pynot included2.
library/python/jinja2 Jinja2.
library/python/keystoneclient OpenStack0.
library/python/keystonemiddleware OpenStack not included1.
was library/python-2/kombu
library/python/ldappool ldappoolnot included1.01.0
was library/python-2/netaddr
was library/python-2/netifaces
library/python/networkx NetworkXnot included1.
library/python/neutronclient OpenStack2.
library/python/novaclient OpenStack2.
library/python/oauthlib OAuthLibnot included0.
library/python/openscap OpenSCAP1.
library/python/oslo.config OpenStack1.
library/python/oslo.context OpenStacknot included0.
library/python/oslo.db OpenStacknot included1.
library/python/oslo.i18n OpenStacknot included1.
library/python/oslo.messaging OpenStacknot included1.
library/python/oslo.middleware OpenStacknot included0.
library/python/oslo.serialization OpenStacknot included1.
library/python/oslo.utils OpenStacknot included1.
library/python/oslo.vmware OpenStacknot included0.
library/python/osprofiler OpenStacknot included0.
was library/python-2/pep8
PyPI: pep81.
was library/python-2/pip
library/python/posix_ipc POSIX IPC for Pythonnot included0.
was library/python-2/py
library/python/pycadf OpenStacknot included0.
was library/python-2/pyflakes
library/python/pyscss pyScssnot included1.
library/python/pysendfile pysendfilenot included2.
was library/python-2/pytest
was library/python-2/python-mysql
was library/python-2/pytz
was library/python-2/requests
library/python/retrying Retryingnot included1.
library/python/rfc3986 rfc3986not included0.
library/python/saharaclient OpenStacknot included0.
was library/python-2/setuptools
PyPI: setuptools0.
library/python/simplegeneric PyPI: simplegenericnot included0.
was library/python-2/simplejson
library/python/six PyPI: six1.
was library/python-2/sqlalchemy
was library/python-2/sqlalchemy-migrate
was library/python-2/stevedore
library/python/swiftclient OpenStack2.
library/python/taskflow OpenStacknot included0.
was library/python-2/tox
library/python/troveclient OpenStack0.
was library/python-2/virtualenv
library/python/websockify Websockify0.
library/python/wsme wsmenot included0.
library/ruby/hiera Puppetnot included1.
library/security/libassuan GnuPG2.
library/security/libksba GnuPG1.
library/security/openssl OpenSSL1.0.1.8 (1.0.1h) (1.0.1m) (1.0.1o)
library/unixodbc unixODBC2.
library/zlib zlib1.
mail/mailman GNU Mailmannot includednot included2.1.18.1
network/dns/bind ISC BIND9.
network/firewall OpenBSD PFnot includednot included5.5
network/mtr MTRnot includednot included0.86
network/openssh OpenSSHnot includednot included6.5.0.1
network/rsync rsync3.
print/filter/hplip HPLIP3.
runtime/erlang erlang15.2.317.517.5
runtime/java/jre-6 Java1.6.0.75
(Java SE 6u75)
(Java SE 6u95)
not included
runtime/java/jre-7 Java1.7.0.65
(Java SE 7u65)
(Java SE 7u80)
(Java SE 7u80)
runtime/java/jre-8 Java1.8.0.11
(Java SE 8u11)
(Java SE 8u45)
(Java SE 8u45)
runtime/python-27 Python2.
runtime/python-34 Pythonnot includednot included3.4.3
runtime/ruby-21 Rubynot included
(Ruby 1.9.3 in runtime/ruby-19)
security/compliance/openscap OpenSCAP1.
security/sudo Sudo1.
service/network/dns/bind ISC BIND9.
service/network/ftp ProFTPD1. (1.3.4c)
service/network/ntp NTP4.2.7.381 (4.2.7p381) (4.2.8p2) (4.2.8p2)
service/network/samba Samba3.
service/network/smtp/postfix Postfixnot includednot included2.11.3
service/network/smtp/sendmail Sendmail8.
shell/bash GNU bash4.
shell/watch procps-ngnot includednot included3.3.10
shell/zsh Zsh5.
system/data/hardware-registry pci.ids
system/data/timezone IANA Time Zone Data0.5.11 (2014c)0.5.11 (2015d)2015.4 (2015d)
system/font/truetype/google-droid Droid Fonts0.2010.2.240.2010.2.240.2013.6.7
system/library/freetype-2 FreeType2.
system/library/hmp-libs Oracle HMP2.
system/library/i18n/libthai libthai0.
system/library/libdatrie datrie0.
system/management/biosconfig Oracle HMP2.
system/management/facter Puppet1.
system/management/fwupdate Oracle HMP2.
system/management/fwupdate/qlogic Oracle HMP1.
system/management/hmp-snmp Oracle HMP2.
system/management/hwmgmtcli Oracle HMP2.
system/management/hwmgmtd Oracle HMP2.
system/management/ocm Oracle Configuration Manager12.
system/management/puppet Puppet3.
system/management/raidconfig Oracle HMP2.
system/management/ubiosconfig Oracle HMP2.
system/rsyslog rsyslog6.
system/test/sunvts Oracle VTS7.
terminal/tmux tmux1.
text/gnu-patch GNU Patch2.
text/groff GNU troff1.
text/less Less436436458
text/text-utilities util-linuxnot includednot included2.24.2
web/browser/firefox Mozilla Firefox17.0.1131.
web/browser/links Links1.
web/curl cURL7.
web/java-servlet/tomcat Apache Tomcat6.0.416.0.436.0.43
web/java-servlet/tomcat-8 Apache Tomcatnot includednot included8.0.21
web/novnc noVNCnot included0.50.5
web/php-53 PHP5.
web/php-56 PHPnot includednot included5.6.8
web/php-56/extension/php-suhosin-extension Suhosinnot includednot included0.9.37.1
web/php-56/extension/php-xdebug Xdebugnot includednot included2.3.2
web/server/apache-22 Apache HTTPD2.
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-jk Apache Tomcat1.
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-security ModSecurity2.
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-wsgi mod_wsgi3.
web/server/apache-24 Apache HTTPDnot includednot included2.4.12
web/server/apache-24/module/apache-dtrace Apache DTrace modulenot includednot included0.3.1
web/server/apache-24/module/apache-fcgid Apache mod_fcgidnot includednot included2.3.9
web/server/apache-24/module/apache-jk Apache Tomcatnot includednot included1.2.40
web/server/apache-24/module/apache-security ModSecuritynot includednot included2.8.0
mod_wsginot includednot included4.3.0
web/wget GNU wget1.141.161.16
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-keyboard X.Org1.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-mouse X.Org1.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-synaptics X.Org1.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-ast X.Org0.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-dummy X.Org0.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-mga X.Org1.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-vesa X.Org2.

Monday Aug 04, 2014

Solaris 11.2: Changes since beta to bundled software packages

In April, when Solaris 11.2 Beta was released, I posted a list of changes to bundled software packages between Solaris 11.1 & 11.2. Now that the final release of Solaris 11.2 reached General Availability last week, I've gone back to compare the beta release via the GA release.

As you would expect, there are many fewer changes in the three months between beta & GA than in the 18 months before that. Most of the change came from upgrading the OpenStack packages from the Grizzly (2013.1) release to the Havana (2013.2) release, and adding the Swift OpenStack Object Storage components and other packages like Django which the new OpenStack components needed. There are also some general bug fix or security fix updates, such as upgrading OpenSSL from 1.0.1g to 1.0.1h.

One other change that showed up when gathering data for this list was that the Oracle Database 12c prerequisites package was renamed between beta & GA to better match the database naming style - previously it was called group/prerequisite/oracle/oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall but is now group/prerequisite/oracle/oracle-rdbms-server-12-1-preinstall. Fortunately, you don't have to type in the whole FMRI to install it, pkg install oracle-rdbms-server-12-1-preinstall is enough.

Detailed list of changes

This table shows most of the changes to the bundled packages between the 11.2 beta released in April, and the 11.2 GA release in July.

As before, some were excluded for clarity, or to reduce noise and duplication. All of the bundled packages which didn’t change the version number in their packaging info are not included, even if they had updates to fix bugs, security holes, or add support for new hardware or new features of Solaris.

PackageUpstream11.2 Beta11.2 GA
cloud/openstack/cinder OpenStack 0.2013.1.4 0.2013.2.3
cloud/openstack/glance OpenStack 0.2013.1.4 0.2013.2.3
cloud/openstack/horizon OpenStack 0.2013.1.4 0.2013.2.3
cloud/openstack/keystone OpenStack 0.2013.1.4 0.2013.2.3
cloud/openstack/neutron OpenStack 0.2013.1.4 0.2013.2.3
cloud/openstack/nova OpenStack 0.2013.1.4 0.2013.2.3
cloud/openstack/swift OpenStack not included 1.10.0
developer/java/jdk-7 Java
(Java SE 7u55)
(Java SE 7u65)
developer/java/jdk-8 Java
(Java SE 8u5)
(Java SE 8u11)
diagnostic/wireshark Wireshark 1.10.6 1.10.7
library/java/javadb Java
library/nspr Mozilla NSPR 4.8.9 4.9.5
library/python/ceilometerclient OpenStack not included 1.0.10
library/python/cffi Python CFFI not included 0.8.2
library/python/cinderclient OpenStack 1.0.7 1.0.9
library/python/django Django not included 1.4.11
library/python/dnspython dnspython not included 1.11.1
library/python/dogpile.cache dogpile.cache not included 0.5.3
library/python/dogpile.core dogpile.core not included 0.4.1
library/python/heatclient OpenStack not included 0.2.9
library/python/iso8601 pyiso8601 not included 0.1.10
library/python/jinja2 Jinja not included 2.7.2
library/python/keystoneclient OpenStack 0.4.1 0.8.0
library/python/neutronclient OpenStack 2.3.1 2.3.4
library/python/novaclient OpenStack 2.15.0 2.17.0
library/python/oslo.config OpenStack not included 1.3.0
library/python/pbr OpenStack not included 0.8.1
library/python/pycparser pycparser not included 2.10
library/python/python-memcached python-memcached not included 1.53
library/python/six pypi six not included 1.6.1
library/python/swiftclient OpenStack 2.0.2 2.1.0
library/python/troveclient OpenStack not included 0.1.4
library/python/websockify websockify not included 0.5.1
library/python/xattr xattr not included 0.7.4
library/security/nss Mozilla NSS 4.13.1 4.14.3
library/security/openssl OpenSSL
mail/thunderbird Mozilla Thunderbird 17.0.6 17.0.11
network/dns/bind ISC BIND
network/rsync rsync 3.0.9 3.1.0
runtime/java/jre-7 Java
(Java SE 7u55)
(Java SE 7u65)
runtime/java/jre-8 Java
(Java SE 8u5)
(Java SE 8u11)
security/nss-utilities Mozilla NSS 4.13.1 4.14.3
service/network/dns/bind ISC BIND
shell/bash GNU Bash 4.1.9 4.1.11
system/test/sunvts Oracle VTS 7.18.0 7.18.1
web/browser/firefox Mozilla Firefox 17.0.6 17.0.11
web/java-servlet/tomcat Apache Tomcat 6.0.39 6.0.41
web/server/ejabberd ejabberd 2.1.8 2.1.13

Tuesday Apr 29, 2014

Solaris 11.2: Changes to bundled software packages

When Solaris 11.1 came out in October 2012, I posted about the changes to the included FOSS packages. With the publication today of Solaris 11.2 beta, I thought it would be nice to revisit this and see what’s changed in the past year and a half. This time around, I’m including some bundled packages that aren’t necessarily covered by a free software or open source license, but are of interest to Solaris users.

Removing software in updates

Last time I discussed how IPS allowed us to make a variety of changes in update releases much more easily than in the Solaris 10 package system. One of these changes is obsoleting packages, and we’ve done that in a couple rare cases in both Solaris 11.1 and 11.2 where the software is abandoned by the upstream, and we’ve decided it would be worse to keep it around, potentially broken, than to remove it on upgrade.

When we do this, notices will be posted to the End of Features for Solaris 11 web page, alongside the list of features that have been declared deprecated and may be removed in future releases. As you can see there, in Solaris 11.1 the Adobe Flash Player and tavor HCA driver packages were removed.

In Solaris 11.2, three more packages have been removed. slocate was a “secure” version of the locate utility, which wouldn’t show a user any files that they didn’t have permission to access. Unfortunately, this utility was broken by changes in the AST library, and since there is no longer an upstream for it, we decided to follow the lead of several Linux distros and moved to mlocate instead, which is added in this release.

The other two removed packages are both Xorg video drivers - the nv driver for NVIDIA graphics, and the trident driver for old Trident graphics chipsets. Most users will not notice these removals, but if you had manually created an xorg.conf file specifying one of these drivers, you may need to edit it to use the vesa driver instead.

NVIDIA had previously supported the nv open source driver and contributed updates to X.Org to support new chipsets in it, but in 2010, they announced they would no longer do so, and considered nv deprecated, recommending the use of the VESA driver for those who had no better driver to use. While we had continued to ship the nv driver in Solaris, it led to an increasing number of crashes, hangs, and other bugs for which the resolution was to remove the nv driver and use vesa instead, so we are removing it to end those issues. For systems with graphics devices new enough to be supported by the bundled nvidia closed-source driver, this will have no effect. For those with older devices, this will cause Xorg autoconfiguration to load the vesa driver instead, until and unless the user downloads & installs an appropriate NVIDIA legacy driver.

The trident driver was still in Solaris even after we dropped 32-bit support on x86, and years after Trident Microsystems exited the graphics business and sold its graphics product line to XGI, as the Sun Fire V20z server included a Trident chipset for the console video device. Unfortunately, the upstream driver has been basically unmaintained since then, and Oracle has had to apply patches to port to new Xorg releases. Meanwhile, in order to resolve bugs that caused system hangs, the trident driver was modified to not load on V20z systems, which left us shipping an unmaintained driver solely for a system that could not use it, but uses the vesa driver instead, so we decided to remove it as well.

If you had either of these Xorg driver packages installed, then when you update to 11.2, then pkg update will inform you there are release notes for these drivers, to warn you of the possibility you may need to edit your xorg.conf.

System Management Stack

The popular Puppet system for automating configuration changes across machines has been included in Solaris, and updated to support several Solaris features in both the framework and in individual configuration provideers. For instance, configuration changes made via Puppet will be recorded in the Solaris audit logs as part of a puppet session, and Puppet’s configuration file is generated from SMF properties using the new SMF stencil facilities. Providers are included that can configure IPS publishers, SMF properties, ZFS datasets, Solaris boot environments, and a variety of Solaris NIC, VNIC, and VLAN settings.

Another addition is the Oracle Hardware Management Pack (HMP), a set of tools that work with the ILOM, firmware, and other components in Sun/Oracle servers to configure low-level system options. Previously these needed to be downloaded and installed separately, now they are a simple pkg install away, and kept up to date with the rest of the OS.

A collaboration with Intel led to the integration of a Solaris port of Intel’s numatop tool for observing memory access locality across CPUs.

From the open source world, we’ve integrated several tools to allow admins and users to do multiple things at once, including the tmux terminal multiplexer, cssh tool for cluster administration via ssh, and GNU Parallel for running commands in parallel.

Developer Stack

For developers, GNU Compiler Collection (gcc) versions 4.7 & 4.8 are added alongside the previous 3.4 & 4.5 packages, and the gcc packages have been refactored to better allow installing different subsets of compilers. Other updated developer tools include Mercurial 2.8.2, GNU emacs 24.3, pylint 0.25.2, and version 7.6 of the GNU debugger, gdb. Newly added tools for developers include GNU indent, JavaScript Lint, and Python’s pep8.

The Java 8 development kit & runtime environment are both available as well. The default installation clusters will only install Java 7, but you can install the Java 8 runtime with “pkg install jre-8” or get both the runtime & development kits with “pkg install jdk-8”. The /usr/java mediated link, through which all the links in /usr/bin for the java, jar, javac, etc. commands flow will be set by default to the most recent version installed, so installing Java 8 will make that version default. You can see this via “ls -l /usr/java” reporting:

lrwxrwxrwx   1 root   root     15 Apr 23 14:01 /usr/java -> jdk/jdk1.8.0_05
or via “pkg mediator java” reporting:
java         system    1.8     system
If you want to choose a different version to be default, you can manually set the mediator to that version with “pkg set-mediator -V 1.7 java”. Of course, for many operations, you can directly access any installed java version via the full path, such as /usr/jdk/instances/jdk1.8.0/bin/java instead of relying on the /usr/bin symlinks.

One caveat to be aware of is that Java 8 for Solaris is only provided as 64-bit binaries, as all Solaris 11 and later machines are running 64-bit now. This means that any JNI modules you rely on will need to be compiled as 64-bit and any programs that try to load Java must be 64-bit. There is also no 64-bit version provided of either the Java plugin for web browsers, or the Java Webstart program for starting Java client applications from web pages.

Desktop Stack

Most of the changes in the desktop stack in this release were updates needed to fix security issues, and are mostly covered on the Oracle Third Party Vulnerability Resolution Blog.

There were some feature updates in the X Window System layers of the desktop stack though – most notably the Xorg server was upgraded from 1.12 to 1.14, and the accompanying Mesa library was upgraded to version 9.0.3, which includes support for OpenGL 3.1 and GLSL 1.40 on Intel graphics. The bundled version of NVIDIA’s graphics driver was also updated, to NVIDIA’s latest “long lived branch” - 331. For users with older graphics cards which are no longer supported in this branch, legacy branches are available from NVIDIA’s Unix driver download site.


And last, but certainly not least, especially in the number of packages added to the repository, is the addition of OpenStack support in Solaris. The Cinder Block Storage Service, Glance Image Service, Horizon Dashboard, Keystone Identity Service, Neutron Networking Service, and Nova Compute Service from the OpenStack Grizzly (2013.1) release are all provided, in versions tested and integrated with Solaris features. Between the Open Stack packages themselves and all the python modules required for them, there’s over 100 new FOSS packages in this release.

Detailed list of changes

This table shows most of the changes to the bundled packages between the original Solaris 11.1 release, the latest Solaris 11.1 support repository update (SRU18, released April 14, 2014), and the Solaris 11.2 beta released today.

As with last time, some were excluded for clarity, or to reduce noise and duplication. All of the bundled packages which didn’t change the version number in their packaging info are not included, even if they had updates to fix bugs, security holes, or add support for new hardware or new features of Solaris.

PackageUpstream11.111.1 SRU1811.2 Beta
archiver/gnu-tarGNU tar1.
cloud/openstack/cinderOpenStacknot includednot included0.2013.1.4
cloud/openstack/glanceOpenStacknot includednot included0.2013.1.4
cloud/openstack/horizonOpenStacknot includednot included0.2013.1.4
cloud/openstack/keystoneOpenStacknot includednot included0.2013.1.4
cloud/openstack/neutronOpenStacknot includednot included0.2013.1.4
cloud/openstack/novaOpenStacknot includednot included0.2013.1.4
compress/gzipGNU gzip1.41.51.5
compress/pbzip2Parallel bzip2not includednot included1.1.6
compress/pixzpixznot includednot included1.0
database/berkeleydb-5Oracle Berkeley DB5.
database/mysql-55MySQLnot includednot included5.5.31
developer/build/antApache Ant1.
developer/debug/gdbGNU GDB6.86.87.6
developer/gcc-47GNU Compiler Collectionnot includednot included4.7.3
developer/gcc-48GNU Compiler Collectionnot includednot included4.8.2
developer/gnu-indentGNU indentnot includednot included2.2.9
developer/java/jdk-8Javanot includednot included1.
developer/javascript/jslJavaScript Lintnot includednot included0.3.0
developer/versioning/mercurialMercurial SCM2.
diagnostic/numatopnumatopnot includednot included1.0
editor/gnu-emacsGNU Emacs23.423.424.3
file/gnu-coreutilsGNU Coreutils8.58.58.16
file/mcGNU Midnight Commander4.
file/mlocatemlocatenot includednot included0.25
file/slocate3.13.1not included
library/cacaoCommon Agent Container2.
library/libarchivelibarchivenot includednot included3.0.4
library/libxml2XML C parser2.
library/perl-5/perl-x11-protocolCPAN: X11-Protocolnot includednot included0.56
library/perl-5/xml-libxmlCPAN: XML::LibXMLnot included2.142.14
library/perl-5/xml-namespacesupportCPAN: XML::NamespaceSupportnot included1.111.11
library/perl-5/xml-parser-threaded-512CPAN: XML::Parsernot included2.362.36
library/perl-5/xml-saxCPAN: XML::SAXnot included0.990.99
library/perl-5/xml-sax-baseCPAN: XML::SAX::Basenot included1.081.08
library/perl5/perl-tkCPAN: Tknot includednot included804.31
library/python-2/alembicalembicnot includednot included0.6.0
library/python-2/amqpamqpnot includednot included1.0.12
library/python-2/anyjsonanyjsonnot includednot included0.3.3
library/python-2/argparseargparsenot included1.
library/python-2/babelbabelnot includednot included1.3
library/python-2/beautifulsoup4beautifulsoup4not includednot included4.2.1
library/python-2/botobotonot includednot included2.9.9
library/python-2/cheetahcheetahnot includednot included2.4.4
library/python-2/cliffcliffnot includednot included1.4.5
library/python-2/cmd2cmd2not includednot included0.6.7
library/python-2/cov-corecov-corenot includednot included1.7
library/python-2/cssutilscssutilsnot includednot included0.9.6
library/python-2/d2to1d2to1not includednot included0.2.10
library/python-2/decoratordecoratornot includednot included3.4.0
library/python-2/djangodjangonot includednot included1.4.10
library/python-2/django-appconfdjango-appconfnot includednot included0.6
library/python-2/django_compressordjango_compressornot includednot included1.3
library/python-2/django_openstack_authOpenStacknot includednot included1.1.3
library/python-2/eventleteventletnot includednot included0.13.0
library/python-2/filechunkiofilechunkionot includednot included1.5
library/python-2/formencodeformencodenot includednot included1.2.6
library/python-2/greenletgreenletnot includednot included0.4.1
library/python-2/httplib2httplib2not includednot included0.8
library/python-2/importlibimportlibnot includednot included1.0.2
library/python-2/ipythonipythonnot includednot included0.10
library/python-2/iso8601iso8601not includednot included0.1.4
library/python-2/jsonpatchjsonpatchnot includednot included1.1
library/python-2/jsonpointerjsonpointernot includednot included1.0
library/python-2/jsonschemajsonschemanot includednot included2.0.0
library/python-2/kombukombunot includednot included2.5.12
library/python-2/lesscpylesscpynot includednot included0.9.10
library/python-2/librabbitmqlibrabbitmqnot includednot included1.0.1
library/python-2/lockfilelockfilenot includednot included0.9.1
library/python-2/markdownmarkdownnot includednot included2.3.1
library/python-2/markupsafemarkupsafenot includednot included0.18
library/python-2/mockmocknot includednot included1.0.1
library/python-2/netaddrnetaddrnot includednot included0.7.10
library/python-2/netifacesnetifacesnot includednot included0.8
library/python-2/nose-cover3nose-cover3not includednot included0.0.4
library/python-2/ordereddictordereddictnot includednot included1.1
library/python-2/oslo.configoslo.confignot includednot included1.2.1
library/python-2/passlibpasslibnot includednot included1.6.1
library/python-2/pastepastenot includednot included1.7.5.1
library/python-2/paste.deploypaste.deploynot includednot included1.5.0
library/python-2/pbrpbrnot includednot included0.5.21
library/python-2/pep8pep8not includednot included1.4.4
library/python-2/pippipnot includednot included1.4.1
library/python-2/prettytableprettytablenot includednot included0.7.2
library/python-2/pypynot includednot included1.4.15
library/python-2/pyasn1pyasn1not includednot included0.1.7
library/python-2/pyasn1-modulespyasn1-modulesnot includednot included0.0.5
library/python-2/pycountrypycountrynot includednot included0.17
library/python-2/pydnspydnsnot includednot included2.3.6
library/python-2/pyflakespyflakesnot includednot included0.7.2
library/python-2/pygmentspygmentsnot includednot included1.6
library/python-2/pyparsingpyparsingnot includednot included2.0.1
library/python-2/pyrabbitpyrabbitnot includednot included1.0.1
library/python-2/pytestpytestnot includednot included2.3.5
library/python-2/pytest-capturelogpytest-capturelognot includednot included0.7
library/python-2/pytest-codecheckerspytest-codecheckersnot includednot included0.2
library/python-2/pytest-covpytest-covnot includednot included1.6
library/python-2/python-imagingpython-imagingnot includednot included1.1.7
library/python-2/python-ldappython-ldapnot includednot included2.4.10
library/python-2/python-mysqlpython-mysqlnot includednot included1.2.2
library/python-2/python-zope-interfaceZopenot includednot included3.3.0
library/python-2/pytzpytznot includednot included2013.4
library/python-2/repoze.lrurepoze.lrunot includednot included0.6
library/python-2/requestsrequestsnot includednot included1.2.3
library/python-2/routesroutesnot includednot included1.13
library/python-2/setuptools-gitsetuptools-gitnot includednot included1.0
library/python-2/simplejsonsimplejsonnot includednot included2.1.2
library/python-2/sixsixnot includednot included1.4.1
library/python-2/sqlalchemysqlalchemynot includednot included0.7.9
library/python-2/sqlalchemy-migratesqlalchemy-migratenot includednot included0.7.2
library/python-2/stevedorestevedorenot includednot included0.10
library/python-2/sudssudsnot includednot included0.4
library/python-2/tempitatempitanot includednot included0.5.1
library/python-2/toxtoxnot includednot included1.4.3
library/python-2/unittest2unittest2not includednot included0.5.1
library/python-2/virtualenvvirtualenvnot includednot included1.9.1
library/python-2/waitresswaitressnot includednot included0.8.5
library/python-2/warlockwarlocknot includednot included1.0.1
library/python-2/webobwebobnot includednot included1.2.3
library/python-2/websockifywebsockifynot includednot included0.3.0
library/python-2/webtestWebTestnot includednot included2.0.6
library/python/cinderclientOpenStacknot includednot included1.0.7
library/python/glanceclientOpenStacknot includednot included0.12.0
library/python/keystoneclientOpenStacknot includednot included0.4.1
library/python/neutronclientOpenStacknot includednot included2.3.1
library/python/novaclientOpenStacknot includednot included2.15.0
library/python/quantumclientOpenStacknot includednot included2.2.4.3
library/python/swiftclientOpenStacknot includednot included2.0.2
library/security/opensslOpenSSL1.0.0.10 (1.0.0j) (1.0.0k) (1.0.1g)
mail/thunderbirdMozilla Thunderbird10.0.61717.0.6
mail/thunderbird/plugin/thunderbird-lightningMozilla Lightning10.0.61717.0.6
network/amqp/rabbitmqRabbitMQnot includednot included3.1.3
network/dns/bindISC BIND9.
runtime/clispGNU CLISP2.472.472.49
runtime/java/jre-8Javanot includednot included1.
runtime/perl-threaded-512Perlnot included5.
runtime/ruby-19Rubynot includednot included1.9.3.484
runtime/ruby-19/ruby-tkRubynot includednot included1.9.3.484
service/network/dhcp/isc-dhcpISC DHCP4.
service/network/dns/bindISC BIND9. (9.6-ESV-R7-P2) (9.6-ESV-R10-P2) (9.6-ESV-R10-P2)
service/network/dnsmasqDnsmasqnot includednot included2.68
service/network/ftpProFTPD1. (1.3.3g) (1.3.4c) (1.3.4c)
service/network/ntpNTP4.2.5.200 (4.2.5p200) (4.2.7p381) (4.2.7p381)
service/network/ptpPTPdnot includednot included2.2.0
shell/gnu-getoptGNU getoptnot includednot included1.1.5
shell/parallelGNU parallelnot includednot included0.2012.11.22
system/library/hmp-libsHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/library/security/libgcryptGNU libgcrypt1.
system/management/biosconfigHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/management/facterPuppetnot includednot included1.6.18
system/management/fwupdateHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/management/fwupdate/emulexHMPnot includednot included6.3.12.2
system/management/fwupdate/qlogicHMPnot includednot included1.7.3
system/management/hmp-snmpHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/management/hwmgmtcliHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/management/hwmgmtdHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/management/puppetPuppetnot includednot included3.4.1
system/management/raidconfigHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
system/management/ubiosconfigHMPnot includednot included2.2.8
terminal/csshCluster SSHnot includednot included4.2.1
terminal/tmuxtmuxnot includednot included1.8
text/gnu-grepGNU grep2.102.142.14
text/texinfoGNU texinfo4.74.134.13
web/browser/firefoxMozilla Firefox10.0.61717.0.6
web/java-servlet/tomcatApache Tomcat6.0.356.0.376.0.39
web/php-53/extension/php-zendopcacheZend OPcachenot includednot included7.0.2
web/server/apache-22Apache HTTPD2.
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-fcgidApache FastCGI2.
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-sedApache HTTPD2.
web/wgetGNU wget1.121.121.14
x11/demo/mesa-demosMesa 3-D8.
x11/diagnostic/intel-gpu-toolsX.Orgnot includednot included1.3
x11/library/mesaMesa 3-D7.
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-nvX.Org2. included
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-tridentX.Org1. included

Sunday Oct 28, 2012

Solaris 11.1: Changes to included FOSS packages

Besides the documentation changes I mentioned last time, another place you can see Solaris 11.1 changes before upgrading is in the online package repository, now that the 11.1 packages have been published to, as the “” branch. (Oracle Solaris Package Versioning explains what each field in that version string means.)

When you’re ready to upgrade to the packages from either this repo, or the support repository, you’ll want to first read How to Update to Oracle Solaris 11.1 Using the Image Packaging System by Pete Dennis, as there are a couple issues you will need to be aware of to do that upgrade, several of which are due to changes in the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) packages included with Solaris, as I’ll explain in a bit.

Solaris 11 can update more readily than Solaris 10

In the Solaris 10 and older update models, the way the updates were built constrained what changes we could make in those releases. To change an existing SVR4 package in those releases, we created a Solaris Patch, which applied to a given version of the SVR4 package and replaced, added or deleted files in it. These patches were released via the support websites (originally SunSolve, now My Oracle Support) for applying to existing Solaris 10 installations, and were also merged into the install images for the next Solaris 10 update release. (This Solaris Patches blog post from Gerry Haskins dives deeper into that subject.)

Some of the restrictions of this model were that package refactoring, changes to package dependencies, and even just changing the package version number, were difficult to do in this hybrid patch/OS update model. For instance, when Solaris 10 first shipped, it had the Xorg server from X11R6.8. Over the first couple years of update releases we were able to keep it up to date by replacing, adding, & removing files as necessary, taking it all the way up to Xorg server release 1.3 (new version numbering begun after the X11R7 split of the X11 tree into separate modules gave each module its own version). But if you run pkginfo on the SUNWxorg-server package, you’ll see it still displayed a version number of 6.8, confusing users as to which version was actually included.

We stopped upgrading the Xorg server releases in Solaris 10 after 1.3, as later versions added new dependencies, such as HAL, D-Bus, and libpciaccess, which were very difficult to manage in this patching model. (We later got libpciaccess to work, but HAL & D-Bus would have been much harder due to the greater dependency tree underneath those.) Similarly, every time the GNOME team looked into upgrading Solaris 10 past GNOME 2.6, they found these constraints made it so difficult it wasn’t worthwhile, and eventually GNOME’s dependencies had changed enough it was completely infeasible. Fortunately, this worked out for both the X11 & GNOME teams, with our management making the business decision to concentrate on the “Nevada” branch for desktop users - first as Solaris Express Desktop Edition, and later as OpenSolaris, so we didn’t have to fight to try to make the package updates fit into these tight constraints.

Meanwhile, the team designing the new packaging system for Solaris 11 was seeing us struggle with these problems, and making this much easier to manage for both the development teams and our users was one of their big goals for the IPS design they were working on. Now that we’ve reached the first update release to Solaris 11, we can start to see the fruits of their labors, with more FOSS updates in 11.1 than we had in many Solaris 10 update releases, keeping software more up to date with the upstream communities.

Of course, just because we can more easily update now, doesn’t always mean we should or will do so, it just removes the package system limitations from forcing the decision for us. So while we’ve upgraded the X Window System in the 11.1 release from X11R7.6 to 7.7, the Solaris GNOME team decided it was not the right time to try to make the jump from GNOME 2 to GNOME 3, though they did update some individual components of the desktop, especially those with security fixes like Firefox. In other parts of the system, decisions as to what to update were prioritized based on how they affected other projects, or what customer requests we’d gotten for them.

So with all that background in place, what packages did we actually update or add between Solaris 11.0 and 11.1?

Core OS Functionality

One of the FOSS changes with the biggest impact in this release is the upgrade from Grub Legacy (0.97) to Grub 2 (1.99) for the x64 platform boot loader. This is the cause of one of the upgrade quirks, since to go from Solaris 11.0 to 11.1 on x64 systems, you first need to update the Boot Environment tools (such as beadm) to a new version that can handle boot environments that use the Grub2 boot loader. System administrators can find the details they need to know about the new Grub in the Administering the GRand Unified Bootloader chapter of the Booting and Shutting Down Oracle Solaris 11.1 Systems guide. This change was necessary to be able to support new hardware coming into the x64 marketplace, including systems using UEFI firmware or booting off disk drives larger than 2 terabytes.

For both platforms, Solaris 11.1 adds rsyslog as an optional alternative to the traditional syslogd, and OpenSCAP for checking security configuration settings are compliant with site policies.

Note that the support repo actually has newer versions of BIND & fetchmail than the 11.1 release, as some late breaking critical fixes came through from the community upstream releases after the Solaris 11.1 release was frozen, and made their way to the support repository. These are responsible for the other big upgrade quirk in this release, in which to upgrade a system which already installed those versions from the support repo, you need to either wait for those packages to make their way to the 11.1 branch of the support repo, or follow the steps in the aforementioned upgrade walkthrough to let the package system know it's okay to temporarily downgrade those.

Developer Stack

While Solaris 11.0 included Python 2.7, many of the bundled python modules weren’t packaged for it yet, limiting its usability. For 11.1, many more of the python modules include 2.7 versions (enough that I filtered them out of the below table, but you can always search on the package repository server for them.

For other language runtimes and development tools, 11.1 expands the use of IPS mediated links to choose which version of a package is the default when the packages are designed to allow multiple versions to install side by side.

For instance, in Solaris 11.0, GNU automake 1.9 and 1.10 were provided, and developers had to run them as either automake-1.9 or automake-1.10. In Solaris 11.1, when automake 1.11 was added, also added was a /usr/bin/automake mediated link, which points to the automake-1.11 program by default, but can be changed to another version by running the pkg set-mediator command.

Mediated links were also used for the Java runtime & development kits in 11.1, changing the default versions to the Java 7 releases (the 1.7.0.x package versions), while allowing admins to switch links such as /usr/bin/javac back to Java 6 if they need to for their site, to deal with Java 7 compatibility or other issues, without having to update each usage to use the full versioned /usr/jdk/jdk1.6.0_35/bin/javac paths for every invocation.

Desktop Stack

As I mentioned before, we upgraded from X11R7.6 to X11R7.7, since a pleasant coincidence made the X.Org release dates line up nicely with our feature & code freeze dates for this release. (Or perhaps it wasn’t so coincidental, after all, one of the benefits of being the person making the release is being able to decide what schedule is most convenient for you, and this one worked well for me.) For the table below, I’ve skipped listing the packages in which we use the X11 “katamari” version for the Solaris package version (mainly packages combining elements of multiple upstream modules with independent version numbers), since they just all changed from 7.6 to 7.7.

In the graphics drivers, we worked with Intel to update the Intel Integrated Graphics Processor support to support 3D graphics and kernel mode setting on the Ivy Bridge chipsets, and updated Nvidia’s non-FOSS graphics driver from 280.13 to 295.20.

Higher up in the desktop stack, PulseAudio was added for audio support, and liblouis for Braille support, and the GNOME applications were built to use them.

The Mozilla applications, Firefox & Thunderbird moved to the current Extended Support Release (ESR) versions, 10.x for each, to bring up-to-date security fixes without having to be on Mozilla’s agressive 6 week feature cycle release train.

Detailed list of changes

This table shows most of the changes to the FOSS packages between Solaris 11.0 and 11.1. As noted above, some were excluded for clarity, or to reduce noise and duplication. All the FOSS packages which didn't change the version number in their packaging info are not included, even if they had updates to fix bugs, security holes, or add support for new hardware or new features of Solaris.

archiver/unrar 3.8.5 4.1.4
audio/sox 14.3.0 14.3.2
backup/rdiff-backup 1.2.1 1.3.3
communication/im/pidgin 2.10.0 2.10.5
compress/gzip 1.3.5 1.4
compress/xz not included 5.0.1
database/sqlite-3 3.7.11
desktop/remote-desktop/tigervnc 1.0.90 1.1.0
desktop/window-manager/xcompmgr 1.1.5 1.1.6
desktop/xscreensaver 5.12 5.15
developer/build/autoconf 2.63 2.68
developer/build/autoconf/xorg-macros 1.15.0 1.17
developer/build/automake-111 not included 1.11.2
developer/build/cmake 2.6.2 2.8.6
developer/build/gnu-make 3.81 3.82
developer/build/imake 1.0.4 1.0.5
developer/build/libtool 1.5.22 2.4.2
developer/build/makedepend 1.0.3 1.0.4
developer/gnu-binutils 2.19 2.21.1
developer/java/jdepend not included 2.9
developer/java/jpackage-utils not included 1.7.5
developer/java/junit 4.5 4.10
developer/lexer/jflex not included 1.4.1
developer/parser/byaccj not included 1.14
developer/parser/java_cup not included 0.10
developer/quilt 0.47 0.60
developer/versioning/mercurial 1.8.4 2.2.1
developer/versioning/subversion 1.6.16 1.7.5
diagnostic/constype 1.0.3 1.0.4
diagnostic/nmap 5.21 5.51
diagnostic/scanpci 0.12.1 0.13.1
diagnostic/wireshark 1.4.8 1.8.2
diagnostic/xload 1.1.0 1.1.1
editor/gnu-emacs 23.1 23.4
editor/vim 7.3.254 7.3.600
file/lndir 1.0.2 1.0.3
image/editor/bitmap 1.0.5 1.0.6
image/gnuplot 4.4.0 4.6.0
image/library/libexif 0.6.19 0.6.21
image/library/libpng 1.4.8 1.4.11
image/library/librsvg 2.26.3 2.34.1
image/xcursorgen 1.0.4 1.0.5
library/audio/pulseaudio not included 1.1
library/expat 2.0.1 2.1.0
library/gc 7.1 7.2
library/graphics/pixman 0.22.0 0.24.4
library/guile 1.8.4 1.8.6
library/java/subversion 1.6.16 1.7.5
library/json-c not included 0.9
library/libedit not included 3.0
library/libee not included 0.3.2
library/libestr not included 0.1.2
library/libevent 1.3.5
library/liblouis not included 2.1.1
library/liblouisxml not included 2.1.0
library/libtecla 1.6.0 1.6.1
library/libtool/libltdl 1.5.22 2.4.2
library/nspr 4.8.8 4.8.9
library/openldap 2.4.25 2.4.30
library/pcre 7.8 8.21
library/perl-5/subversion 1.6.16 1.7.5
library/python-2/jsonrpclib not included 0.1.3
library/python-2/lxml 2.1.2 2.3.3
library/python-2/nose not included 1.1.2
library/python-2/pyopenssl not included 0.11
library/python-2/subversion 1.6.16 1.7.5
library/python-2/tkinter-26 2.6.4 2.6.8
library/python-2/tkinter-27 2.7.1 2.7.3
library/security/nss 4.12.10 4.13.1
library/security/openssl (1.0.0e) (1.0.0j)
mail/thunderbird 6.0 10.0.6
package/pkgbuild not included 1.3.104
print/filter/enscript not included 1.6.4
print/filter/gutenprint 5.2.4 5.2.7
print/lp/filter/foomatic-rip 3.0.2 4.0.15
runtime/perl-512 5.12.3 5.12.4
runtime/python-26 2.6.4 2.6.8
runtime/python-27 2.7.1 2.7.3
runtime/tcl-8/tcl-sqlite-3 3.7.11
security/compliance/openscap not included 0.8.1
security/nss-utilities 4.12.10 4.13.1
service/network/dhcp/isc-dhcp 4.1
service/network/ftp (ProFTPD)
service/network/samba 3.5.10 3.6.6
shell/conflict 0.2004.9.1 0.2010.6.27
shell/pipe-viewer 1.1.4 1.2.0
shell/zsh 4.3.12 4.3.17
system/boot/grub 0.97 1.99
system/font/truetype/liberation 1.4 1.7.2
system/library/freetype-2 2.4.6 2.4.9
system/library/libnet 1.1.5
system/management/cim/pegasus 2.9.1 2.11.0
system/management/ipmitool 1.8.10 1.8.11
system/management/wbem/wbemcli 1.3.7
system/network/routing/quagga 0.99.8 0.99.19
system/rsyslog not included 6.2.0
terminal/luit 1.1.0 1.1.1
text/convmv 1.14 1.15
text/gawk 3.1.5 3.1.8
text/gnu-grep 2.5.4 2.10
web/browser/firefox 6.0.2 10.0.6
web/browser/links 1.0 1.0.3
web/java-servlet/tomcat 6.0.33 6.0.35
web/php-53 not included 5.3.14
web/php-53/extension/php-apc not included 3.1.9
web/php-53/extension/php-idn not included 0.2.0
web/php-53/extension/php-memcache not included 3.0.6
web/php-53/extension/php-mysql not included 5.3.14
web/php-53/extension/php-pear not included 5.3.14
web/php-53/extension/php-suhosin not included 0.9.33
web/php-53/extension/php-tcpwrap not included 1.1.3
web/php-53/extension/php-xdebug not included 2.2.0
web/php-common not included 11.1
web/proxy/squid 3.1.8 3.1.18
web/server/apache-22 2.2.20 2.2.22
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-sed 2.2.20 2.2.22
web/server/apache-22/module/apache-wsgi not included 3.3
x11/diagnostic/xev 1.1.0 1.2.0
x11/diagnostic/xscope 1.3 1.3.1
x11/documentation/xorg-docs 1.6 1.7
x11/keyboard/xkbcomp 1.2.3 1.2.4
x11/library/libdmx 1.1.1 1.1.2
x11/library/libdrm 2.4.25 2.4.32
x11/library/libfontenc 1.1.0 1.1.1
x11/library/libfs 1.0.3 1.0.4
x11/library/libice 1.0.7 1.0.8
x11/library/libsm 1.2.0 1.2.1
x11/library/libx11 1.4.4 1.5.0
x11/library/libxau 1.0.6 1.0.7
x11/library/libxcb 1.7 1.8.1
x11/library/libxcursor 1.1.12 1.1.13
x11/library/libxdmcp 1.1.0 1.1.1
x11/library/libxext 1.3.0 1.3.1
x11/library/libxfixes 4.0.5 5.0
x11/library/libxfont 1.4.4 1.4.5
x11/library/libxft 2.2.0 2.3.1
x11/library/libxi 1.4.3 1.6.1
x11/library/libxinerama 1.1.1 1.1.2
x11/library/libxkbfile 1.0.7 1.0.8
x11/library/libxmu 1.1.0 1.1.1
x11/library/libxmuu 1.1.0 1.1.1
x11/library/libxpm 3.5.9 3.5.10
x11/library/libxrender 0.9.6 0.9.7
x11/library/libxres 1.0.5 1.0.6
x11/library/libxscrnsaver 1.2.1 1.2.2
x11/library/libxtst 1.2.0 1.2.1
x11/library/libxv 1.0.6 1.0.7
x11/library/libxvmc 1.0.6 1.0.7
x11/library/libxxf86vm 1.1.1 1.1.2
x11/library/mesa 7.10.2 7.11.2
x11/library/toolkit/libxaw7 1.0.9 1.0.11
x11/library/toolkit/libxt 1.0.9 1.1.3
x11/library/xtrans 1.2.6 1.2.7
x11/oclock 1.0.2 1.0.3
x11/server/xdmx 1.10.3 1.12.2
x11/server/xephyr 1.10.3 1.12.2
x11/server/xorg 1.10.3 1.12.2
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-keyboard 1.6.0 1.6.1
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-mouse 1.7.1 1.7.2
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-synaptics 1.4.1 1.6.2
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-input-vmmouse 12.7.0 12.8.0
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-ast 0.91.10 0.93.10
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-ati 6.14.1 6.14.4
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-cirrus 1.3.2 1.4.0
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-dummy 0.3.4 0.3.5
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-intel 2.10.0 2.18.0
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-mach64 6.9.0 6.9.1
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-mga 1.4.13 1.5.0
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-openchrome 0.2.904 0.2.905
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-r128 6.8.1 6.8.2
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-trident 1.3.4 1.3.5
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-vesa 2.3.0 2.3.1
x11/server/xorg/driver/xorg-video-vmware 11.0.3 12.0.2
x11/server/xserver-common 1.10.3 1.12.2
x11/server/xvfb 1.10.3 1.12.2
x11/server/xvnc 1.0.90 1.1.0
x11/session/sessreg 1.0.6 1.0.7
x11/session/xauth 1.0.6 1.0.7
x11/session/xinit 1.3.1 1.3.2
x11/transset 0.9.1 1.0.0
x11/trusted/trusted-xorg 1.10.3 1.12.2
x11/x11-window-dump 1.0.4 1.0.5
x11/xclipboard 1.1.1 1.1.2
x11/xclock 1.0.5 1.0.6
x11/xfd 1.1.0 1.1.1
x11/xfontsel 1.0.3 1.0.4
x11/xfs 1.1.1 1.1.2

P.S. To get the version numbers for this table, I ran a quick perl script over the output from:

% pkg contents -H -r -t depend -a type=incorporate -o fmri \
  `pkg contents -H -r -t depend -a type=incorporate -o fmri entire@0.5.11,5.11-` \
  | sort >> /tmp/11.1
% pkg contents -H -r -t depend -a type=incorporate -o fmri \
  `pkg contents -H -r -t depend -a type=incorporate -o fmri entire@0.5.11,5.11-` \
  | sort >> /tmp/11.0


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