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Example 15, “Show the Location of the Release Notes for an IDR,” on page 100 to view this information in the installed release notes file. 2. Run the appropriate command to remove the IDR package. Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU 10 or greater. On systems that are running Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU 10 or greater, including Oracle Solaris 11.3, use the pkg uninstall command as shown in the following example: $ pkg uninstall -r idr1929 Chapter 4 • Updating or Upgrading an Oracle Solaris Image 107
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How to Remove an IDR The -r option performs the removal in all non-global zones associated with this global zone. Older Oracle Solaris 11.2 systems. On systems that are running an Oracle Solaris 11.2 release earlier than SRU 10, use the pkg update command as shown in the following example: $ pkg update -r --ignore-missing --reject idr1929 \ pkg:/system/install/media/[email protected],5.11-0.175.2.9.0.3.2:20150321T014312Z The -r option performs the removal in all non-global zones associated with this global zone. The --ignore-missing option means do not fail the update operation if some of the packages to be updated are not installed. The --reject option removes the package that was installed by the IDR package. 108 Adding and Updating Software in Oracle Solaris 11.3 • March 2018
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5 C H A P T E R 5 Configuring Installed Images This chapter describes how to configure characteristics that apply to an entire image, such as configuring package publishers, restricting which packages can be installed, setting package signing policy, and configuring boot environment (BE) policy. Configuring publishers, including setting origins, search order, keys and certificates, and proxies Controlling installation of optional components by setting variants and facets Locking packages to a specified version Relaxing version constraints specified by constraint packages Specifying the default implementation for an application by using a mediation Avoiding installing some packages in a group package Configuring image and publisher properties, including BE creation policy and package signing policy Creating an image Viewing package operation history Many of these operations require increased privileges. See “Installation Privileges” on page 22 for more information. For a complete list of all options for commands discussed in this chapter, see the pkg (1) man page. Configuring Publishers To install and update software, the pkg client must be able to contact a package repository. If you are using Ops Center, see “Configuring Publishers in Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center” on page 155 . Chapter 5 • Configuring Installed Images 109
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Configuring Publishers Displaying Publisher Information Use the pkg publisher command to display information about package publishers configured for this image. The publishers are listed in the order in which they are searched to find packages when the publisher is not specified in the package FMRI.
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