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Old 04-10-2003, 11:05 AM
webswimr webswimr is offline
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RaQ 550 Updates strange behavior


I'm seeing some strange behavior with the BlueLinQ Sun updates portion of the 550 GUI. When I get a notification that new updates are available, I may not install them right away, and some I may not want to ever install. For instance, I have the Edison PHP package installed and did not want to install the PHP & Postgres update that came out recently (15959). After some period of time of these updates appearing on the available updates list, they disapear. I've now found that they are all listed in the "installed software list". I know for a fact that I never installed that PHP & Postgres update, yet it appears in the installed packages list. I can confim that the version I am running is NOT the old 4.06 version that this package would have reverted the server to.

My concern is - are there other packages on this installed list that I may not have actually installed? Has anyone else seen this behavior and if so, is there a way for me to tell what packages are *really* installed?



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Old 04-10-2003, 11:39 AM
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Can't help with the weird BlueLinQ behaviour (but I'll keep an eye open for it, as I will not be installing the Sendmail updates).

As for your Edison PHP, I've got that package, and I also installed the PHP/Postgres update. No problems.
The Edison package installs a second PHP which is used for the vsites. The original PHP is still used for the CP - so applying a SunCobalt patch for PHP only affects the original 4.0.6. Vsites still running fine with 4.2.3.

Don't blame you for playing safe though. I asked around and found someone who had already done it before I plucked up the courage.

Cheers,
Tony.

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