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John Ferro
Regular Advisor

Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

Hello,

I got request from application team to install "PHKL_37809 or later equivalent" on 9000/800/SD64000 HP-UX 11.23 due to messages "Processes Hang Waiting on 'cursor: pin S wait on X' (and other Wait Events)”.

Pls. your comments.
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Torsten.
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

It's here:

http://www11.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/patchDetail.do?patchid=PHKL_37809&sel={hpux:11.23,}&BC=main|search|

Take a look at the dependencies too.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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smatador
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

Hi,
Take a look to metalink at Doc ID: 580273.1 to detail about this error and the solution.
Solution: on 11.23 install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent.
So take a ignite backup first and patch the system after.
Hope it helps
John Ferro
Regular Advisor

Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

Hello,

Thanks, do i must install the dependencies?
smatador
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

Hi,
Yes, as I see, this patch have few dependencies and the most recent is a patch command. So if you have a box quite uptodate, you have to apply only 2 or 3 patches.
John Ferro
Regular Advisor

Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

Does it support 9000/800/SD64 way? I mean can i install it on this hardware platform?

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Torsten.
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

it's for PA and IA platforms, including yours.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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John Ferro
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

When i checked on patch database, i found patch: PHKL_37809 got other dependencies and among dependencies i found patch: PHKL_33605 already installed on my host! so do i have to install patch PHKL_37809 and all dependencies withou the one i have already installed PHKL_33605?

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Torsten.
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

Selecting the patch will select 4 other patches. Download them all, your system will pick and install all needed patches from the depot.

Hope this helps!
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John Ferro
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

I found a website where i can download gdb 6.8 version "http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gdb/?C=D;O=A"

Could you pls. help with installtion guide on machine 9000/800/SD64

Regards,

Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

John,

Is this a new question? COuldn't see any relevance to gdb in the items above...

Anyway I'd steer you towards the HP supported version of gdb (wdb) which you might be able to get here:

http://www.hp.com/go/wdb

Although if you can't get an account with the right level of permissions, you could at least get it temporarily in the trial version of the /C++ developers bundle here:

https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=B9007AAEVAL

Otherwise you could go for the gdb version pre-compiled here:

http://hpux.connect.org.uk/hppd/hpux/Gnu/gdb-5.3/

Note the run-time dependencies you will also have to install.

HTH

Duncan

HTH

Duncan
Bob E Campbell
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Re: Install PHKL_37809 or later equivalent

This kind of question is perfect for Software Assistant (SWA). The PATCH or CHAIN analyzers can do this:

# swa report -a CHAIN=PHKL_37809

Will generate a report including all dependencies for the recommended patch at or above the specified patch. You can then run:

# swa get -t /var/tmp/yourDepotHere

to download all of the identified patches. If the report comes back as null it indicates that you either already have at least the recommended patch, or that the software the patch modifies is not on your system.

For downloads and documentation go to https://www.hp.com/go/swa.