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Patch install Failure

Polin
Occasional Visitor

Patch install Failure

Hi,

While trying to install a bundle of patches on HPUX v11.11 , I obtain an error that i can resolve myself. This error is about kernel compilation. You'll find the output of swinstall just below.

Thank for your help !



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NOTE: Saving the current system file at "/stand/system" to
"/stand/system.prev"
NOTE: Dynamic tunable values (if applicable) have been added to
"/stand/system".
NOTE: The template file has been extracted from "/stand/vmunix"
It has been placed in "/stand/system" where it will be used
to build a new kernel.
* Installing fileset "PHKL_35809.CORE2-KRN,r=1.0" (1 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHKL_35809.KERN2-RUN,r=1.0" (2 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHKL_35810.CORE2-KRN,r=1.0" (3 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.CORE-ENG-A-MAN,r=1.0" (4 of
55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.KEY-CORE,r=1.0" (5 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-64ALIB,r=1.0" (6 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-64SLIB,r=1.0" (7 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-CLIENT,r=1.0" (8 of 55).
* File "/usr/lib/netsvc/fs/automount/automount" could not be
removed. It was renamed and added to the cleanup file
"/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-CORE,r=1.0" (9 of 55).
* File "/usr/sbin/rpc.lockd" could not be removed. It was
renamed and added to the cleanup file
"/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* File "/usr/sbin/rpc.statd" could not be removed. It was
renamed and added to the cleanup file
"/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* File "/usr/sbin/rpcbind" could not be removed. It was renamed
and added to the cleanup file "/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-ENG-A-MAN,r=1.0" (10 of
55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-KRN,r=1.0" (11 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-PRG,r=1.0" (12 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-SERVER,r=1.0" (13 of 55).
* File "/usr/sbin/nfsd" could not be removed. It was renamed and
added to the cleanup file "/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* File "/usr/sbin/rpc.mountd" could not be removed. It was
renamed and added to the cleanup file
"/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NFS-SHLIBS,r=1.0" (14 of 55).
* File "/usr/lib/libnsl.1" could not be removed. It was renamed
and added to the cleanup file "/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* File "/usr/lib/libnss_nis.1" could not be removed. It was
renamed and added to the cleanup file
"/var/adm/sw/cleanupfile".
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NIS-CLIENT,r=1.0" (15 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NIS-CORE,r=1.0" (16 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NIS-SERVER,r=1.0" (17 of 55).
* Installing fileset "PHNE_37568.NISPLUS-CORE,r=1.0" (18 of 55).
NOTE: Building a new kernel based on template file "/stand/system"
Generating module: krm...
Compiling /stand/build/conf.c...
Loading the kernel...
Generating kernel symbol table...
ERROR: Could not move the current kernel function set directory
from "/stand/dlkm" to
"/stand/dlkm.vmunix.prev".
The current kernel remains in "/stand/vmunix".
kmcpux failure.
ERROR: The command "/usr/sbin/mk_kernel", which is used to rebuild
the kernel, has failed. Because kernel-related filesets were
installed, this command must be executed by "swinstall",
without failures, before the load can continue. Check the
above output for details about the failure.
NOTE: The Install Phase has suspended. Check the above output for
reasons.

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3 REPLIES
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Patch install Failure

Please check first if you have enough space available in /stand.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Polin
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Re: Patch install Failure

There is enough space on /stand.
Swinstall check, during the Analyzing, the space necessary to install the patches :

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NOTE: The used disk space on filesystem "/stand" is estimated to
increase by 5949 Kbytes.
This will leave 180534 Kbytes of available user disk space
after the installation.
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Patch install Failure

But I'm not sure if it calculates the space needed for the complete kernel backup ... anyway, I think you may have enough space.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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