OpForce5.0MP1+Eh1434651

 Basic information
Release type: Hot Fix
Release date: 2008-10-02
OS update support: None
Technote: None
Documentation: None
Popularity: 492 viewed    0 downloaded
Download size: 2.35 MB
Checksum: 2928551034

 Applies to one or more of the following products:
Provisioning Manager 5.0 MP1 On RHEL4 x86-64
Provisioning Manager 5.0 MP1 On RHEL5 x86-64
Provisioning Manager 5.0 MP1 On SLES10 x86-64
Provisioning Manager 5.0 MP1 On SLES11 x86-64
Provisioning Manager 5.0 MP1 On SLES9 x86-64
Provisioning Manager 5.0 MP1 On Solaris 10 X86

 Obsolete patches, incompatibilities, superseded patches, or other requirements:
None.

 Fixes the following incidents:
1434651

 Patch ID:
None.

Readme file
Patch ID: OpForce5.0MP1+Eh1434651
Release Date: 2 Dec 2008
Synopsis: Reiserfs Creation Failure and Label Support for Reiserfs
Apply to Release: 5.0 MP1 
Affected Architecture(s): x86, x86_64
Etract ID(s): 1434651
Also Includes: N/A
Conflicting Patches: Yes (Should not apply Patch OpForce5.0MP1+p1193454 after applying this patch)
Other Required Patches: None
Keywords: Reiserfs

Rollback possible: Yes

Rollback Procedure: 
./setup.sh uninstall

If you have already applied this patch once already, use the backed up
upgrade-i686-Linux-2.4.tgz-Pre-Opforce5.0MP1+Eh1434651,
upgrade-i686-Linux-2.6.tgz-Pre-Opforce5.0MP1+Eh1434651,
instead of the newly created backups(listed above).


Description: 

  This patch addresses the following issues:
   - 1434651 Reiserfs Creation Failure

   This patch updates upgrade-i686-Linux-2.4.tgz,
   upgrade-i686-Linux-2.6.tgz,

Patch Installation Instructions:  

To apply this patch on a Linux or Solaris OpForce server:


  If you have already applied this patch once already, backup the
  upgrade-i686-Linux-2.4.tgz-Pre-Opforce5.0MP1+Eh1434651,
  upgrade-i686-Linux-2.6.tgz-Pre-Opforce5.0MP1+Eh1434651,
  present on your system and use them to rollback the patch, if needed.


  1. Create a patch directory, and extract:
       OpForce5.0MP1+Eh1434651.tar
  2. Change directory to the patch directory.
  3. Run ./setup.sh
  4. Reboot targets in Admin State
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