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How to create PSF file of an installed fileset

 
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allunix
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How to create PSF file of an installed fileset

Hello,

Is it possible to create a PSF file from an installed fileset, like for example  OS-Core.CORE-SHLIBS?

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allunix
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Re: How to create PSF file of an installed fileset

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in the /var/adm/sw/products/OS-Core directory the "CORE-SHLIBS" directory is missing. All files installed by this fileset are installed, by comparing them with another healthy node. So I need a way to tell the IPD that this CORE-SHLIBS fileset is actually installed.
- I have copied the CORE-SHLIBS from a node with the same setup
- edited the INDEX file to reflect the installed patches only (applied_patches) line, since this looks is missing for sotm years, but at every patching was ignored.

So the next steps would be:
- would like to tell (swmodify?) the IDP that this fileset is installed, but as far as I seen in the man page you need a PSF file for that.
- install all patches that shoudl have been applied to this fileset over the last 6-7 years. There are only 11, so not so many. This information comes also from a healthy node.

 

allunix
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Re: How to create PSF file of an installed fileset

This is solved.

After an swmodify state change on any package the INDEX was rebuilt and since CORE-SHLIBS was present now appears as part of IPD.