[Solaris-Users] File/command that shows current patch cluster installed?

Leonardo Lagos leonardo.lagos at tecnoxport.com.do
Wed Aug 3 17:03:35 EET DST 2005

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Subject: [Solaris-Users] File/command that shows current patch cluster


I inherited a system that has Solaris 8 installed. I'm looking to find 
out exactly which recommended patch cluster was installed, so I can 
install that same bundle on a 2nd machine. I can see via "uname -v" what 
core patch was applied, but I don't know how to equate that to what 
bundle was applied (ie 6/19/2003 bundle). Is there a command or file 
that will show me what bundle was applied? Or is there a document that 
matches what is seen in uname -v with a bundle release date?

Thank you.
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