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swverify fix = true syntax

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swverify fix = true syntax

Hello

Years ago I use to use swverify in this syntax:

swverify -v -c check_permisions=true \*

I try this same syntax on 11.23 boxes and don't see what I want to see:

swverify -v -xfix=true \*

The above worked, this did not:

swverify -v -x fix=true \*

Comments please?
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Re: swverify fix = true syntax

Disregard. Works as well on 11.23 as 11.11.
############################
First time: swverify \*

ERROR: 26 of 3126 filesets had Errors.
* 3100 of 3126 filesets had no Errors or Warnings.

#############################
Second time: swverify -v -x fix=true \*
* Beginning The Verify and Fix Execution Phase.
* Filesets: 3126

* Summary of Execution Phase:
* 3126 of 3126 filesets had no Errors or Warnings.
* The Execution Phase succeeded.
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