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[OpenSSL] patch 7249 conflicts with patch 7217?

Code:
[email protected]:~/tmp# inst -f patch7249.tardist

Default distribution to install from: patch7249.tardist

For help on inst commands, type "help overview".


Inst 4.1 Main Menu

1. from [source ...]            Specify location of software to be installed
2. open [source ...]            Specify additional software locations
3. close [source ...]           Close a software distribution location
4. list [keywords] [names]      Display information about software subsystems
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6. install [keywords] [names]   Select subsystems to be installed
7. remove [keywords] [names]    Select subsystems to be removed
8. keep [keywords] [names]      Do not install or remove these subsystems
9. step [keywords] [names]      Interactive mode for install/remove/keep
10. conflicts [choice ...]       List or resolve installation conflicts
11. help [topic]                 Get help in general or on a specific word
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Inst> list
Unpacking tardist file into temporary distribution directory /var/tmp/tardista002TD
Unpacking tardist file .. 100% Done.
Reading product descriptions ..  13%
Reading /var/inst/hist
Reading product descriptions ..  25%
Setting distribution to /var/tmp/tardista002TD
Reading product descriptions .. 100% Done.
View:      distribution
Status:    N=new, U=upgrade, S=same, D=downgrade, P=patch upgrade
Status:    A=installable patch, X=uninstallable patch
Stream:    maint
Selection: i=install, r=remove, k=keep

Subsystem Types [bdrpoc]:  b=reBoot needed, d=Default, r=Required, p=patch, o=overlay, c=Client only

i PA patchSG0007249.openssl_man.manpages [p]  0   OpenSSL man pages, 0.9.7m-sgipl2
NX patchSG0007249.openssl_man.manpages_dev [p]  1244+  OpenSSL library function man pages, 0.9.7m-sgipl2
i PA patchSG0007249.openssl_man.relnotes [p]  0   OpenSSL Release Notes, 0.9.7m-sgipl2
i PA patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.base [p]  8+  OpenSSL executables, 0.9.7m-sgipl2
NX patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.headers [p]  1088+  OpenSSL header files, 0.9.7m-sgipl2
i PA patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.lib32 [p]  16+  OpenSSL n32 libraries, 0.9.7m-sgipl2
i PA patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.lib64 [p]  16+  OpenSSL 64bit libraries, 0.9.7m-sgipl2

Disk space summary (Kbytes):            /  /scratch

Current free space               41491360 552260100
- Selections net change                40+        0
- Temporary inst overhead            4108+        0
= Minimum free during install    41487212 552260100

Final projected free space       41491320 552260100

Inst> go
ERROR: Conflicts must be resolved.

patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.base replaces patch(es)
patchSG0007217.openssl_sw.base which have incomplete base histories.
Resulting patch would be incomplete.
1a. Do not install patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.base (1289999910)


Resolve conflicts by typing "conflicts choice choice ..."
or try "help conflicts"


Inst>


Is it okay to "keep patchSG0007217" and proceed with the install in this case?

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:Onyx2:
mia wrote:
Code:
patchSG0007249.openssl_sw.base replaces patch(es)
patchSG0007217.openssl_sw.base which have incomplete base histories.
Resulting patch would be incomplete.

'incomplete base history' usually means you've freed up disk space with 'versions removehist' or similar. In that case you need the openssl software from the distribution CDs before you can install a patch.

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What I had to do to correct this was to remove 7217 and then install 7249; weird; but that worked.

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:Onyx2:
Guys : would you not say this is a case where using the openly-available gnu stuff is preferable ? That's all SGI is doing anyhow. Using nekoware or building your own security-related apps would seem to be preferable now that SGI is pretty much worthless.

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hamei wrote:
Guys : would you not say this is a case where using the openly-available gnu stuff is preferable ? That's all SGI is doing anyhow. Using nekoware or building your own security-related apps would seem to be preferable now that SGI is pretty much worthless.


you are right.

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