CSCOjre14 - Correcting pkgchk errors

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Jan 9th, 2008

When updating CS 3.0.5 to 3.0.6 on the CLI, it's hung up at:

Installing Java Runtime Environment 1.4.2_04 as <CSCOjre14>

## Installing part 1 of 1.

## Executing postinstall script.

INFO: /var/sadm/pkg/CSCOjre14/install/postinstall started at Wed Jan 9 11:25:28 EST 2008

INFO:Updating for NZ DST change

/product/CSCO/CSCOpx/lib/jre/bin/java not directly found in contents file, no package resolution performed.

(May not be in PKG form, not an absolute path, or is a symlink.)

INFO: /var/sadm/pkg/CSCOjre14/install/postinstall finished at Wed Jan 9 11:25:35 EST 2008

Installation of <CSCOjre14> was successful.

INFO: Package CSCOjre14 - Installed. Correcting pkgchk errors -

When I do a manual "pkgchk CSCOjre14" on the side, I get a very long output:

...

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/Etc/UTC

permissions <0444> expected <0750> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/Europe

permissions <0775> expected <0750> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/Europe/Amsterdam

permissions <0444> expected <0750> actual

...

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/Pacific/Wallis

permissions <0444> expected <0750> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/Pacific/Yap

pathname does not exist

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/WET

permissions <0444> expected <0750> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/lib/jre/lib/zi/ZoneInfoMappings

permissions <0444> expected <0750> actual

file size <13177> expected <13859> actual

file cksum <29989> expected <24186> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/setup

permissions <0750> expected <0755> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/setup/patch/CSCse85012-0.info

file size <137> expected <163> actual

file cksum <10995> expected <12308> actual

Is it taking its time fixing the errors, or has it stalled? This is a test box. On the prod box, "pkgchk CSCOjre14" returns:

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/setup

permissions <0750> expected <0755> actual

ERROR: /opt/CSCOpx/setup/patch/CSCse85012-0.info

file size <137> expected <163> actual

file cksum <10995> expected <12304> actual

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yjdabear Wed, 01/09/2008 - 09:09

Alright, it finally moved on. Then it spent a little time on CSCOcore, and now appears to be fixing "CSCOtmct" pkgchk errors. Are these of concern?

Joe Clarke Wed, 01/09/2008 - 09:24

These errors should be fixable, and should not cause any problems. Fixing pkgchk errors are typical during the installation, especially if you have applied point patches.

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