Monday Apr 30, 2007

Looking for a new way to patch your Solaris systems?

Have you tried using baselines?

Every month, Sun releases a collection of patches called baselines. You can use the baselines in Sun Connection's satellite deployment architecture to patch your connected systems. If you don't want to apply certain patches, you can create black lists and white lists to create custom patch sets.

Want to take a test drive first?

Run a simulation to test the patches on your managed hosts before applying them. When you run the simulation, you can check for dependencies and find out how long it'll take to install the patches.
 

Want to learn more?

Check out this new article about How to Use Sun Connection and Baselines to Patch the Solaris OS. Stay tuned ... Doug Schwabauer has an article coming soon about how to use a baseline pre-caching script with Sun Connection to patch your Solaris OS. 

To see the latest Sun Connection information, go to the Sun Connection hub on BigAdmin.

 

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Laura Hartman

Tech Writer, Sun Connection

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