[SunRay-Users] FYI: Sun Ray Core Services Patch XXXXXX-03 for SRSS 4.2 available

Ivar Janmaat ijanmaat at xs4all.nl
Wed Jul 14 15:18:32 EEST 2010


Unfortunatly I am unable to download it:

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Can anyone confirm this?

Ivar


Stoyan Angelov wrote:
> dear list members,
>
> the third Sun Ray Core Services Patch for SRSS 4.2 is available for
> download from sunsolve.sun.com.
>
> 140993-03 - Solaris SPARC
> http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=urn:cds:docid:1-21-140993-03-1 
>
>
> README
> http://www.sun-rays.org/patches/README/README.140993-03
>
>
> 140994-03 - Solaris 10 x86
> http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=urn:cds:docid:1-21-140994-03-1 
>
>
> README
> http://www.sun-rays.org/patches/README/README.140994-03
>
>
> 140995-03 - Linux
> http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=urn:cds:docid:1-21-140995-03-1 
>
>
> README
> http://www.sun-rays.org/patches/README/README.140995-03
>
> more information is available on the list web page at:
> http://www.sun-rays.org/srss.html#patches
>
> below is the README for the SPARC platform patch.
>
>
> greetings,
>
> Stoyan
>
>
>
>
> Patch-ID# 140993-03
>
> NOTE:
> ***********************************************************************
> READ THE TERMS OF THE AGREEMENT ("AGREEMENT") IN THE LEGAL_LICENSE.TXT
> FILE CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS SOFTWARE. BY USING THE SOFTWARE, YOU
> AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ALL OF THE
> TERMS, PROMPTLY DESTROY THE UNUSED SOFTWARE.
> ***********************************************************************
> For further information on patching best practices and resources, please
> see the Big Admin Patching Center, http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/patches/
> ***********************************************************************
>
> Keywords: sun ray update patch security
> Synopsis: Sun Ray Core Services version 4.2 Patch Update
> Date: Jul/13/2010
>
>
> Install Requirements: Reboot after installing this patch to activate 
> the changes delivered.  An alternative may be specified in the Special 
> Install Instructions.
>
> Solaris Release: 10
>
> SunOS Release: 5.10
>
> Unbundled Product: Sun Ray Core Services
>
> Unbundled Release: 4.2
>
> Xref: This patch available for 5.10_x86 as 140994-03 and for Linux as 
> 140995-03
>
> Topic:
>
> Relevant Architectures: sparc
>
> BugId's fixed with this patch: 6507891 6742304 6758580 6777864 6811761 
> 6847992 6888158 6889535 6896659 6897156 6898658 6900212 6901836 
> 6902328 6904684 6904989 6908144 6910599 6911654 6914651 6915206 
> 6918519 6920449 6925917 6926114 6931550 6933968 6940958 6945668 
> 6945679 6947895 6947898 6948665 6948678 6948702 6949425 6951337 
> 6952119 6952216 6953216 6955640 6958479
>
> Changes incorporated in this version: 6507891 6742304 6758580 6777864 
> 6847992 6888158 6896659 6897156 6898658 6900212 6911654 6914651 
> 6920449 6925917 6926114 6931550 6933968 6940958 6945668 6945679 
> 6947895 6947898 6948665 6948678 6948702 6949425 6952119 6952216 
> 6953216 6955640 6958479
>
> Patches accumulated and obsoleted by this patch:
>
> Patches which conflict with this patch:
>
> Patches required with this patch:
>
> Obsoleted by:
>
> Files included with this patch:
>
> /etc/opt/SUNWut/loginGUI.start
> /etc/opt/SUNWut/smartcard/GEMALTOdotNet.cfg
> /opt/SUNWut/etc/template/utsservices.cfg
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/Xnewt
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP10
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP2
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP3
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP4
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP5
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP6
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP7
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP8
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware/CoronaP9
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP10
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP2
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP3
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP4
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP5
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP6
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP7
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP8
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui/CoronaP9
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/ifdh_scbus.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/libusbut.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/libutadmin.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/libutgrpmgr.so
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/libutinfo.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/libutsmon.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/libutusb.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/loginGUI
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/pam_sunray_amgh.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/usb/ttykeyspan.so.1
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/utaddfontpath
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/utauthd.jar
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/utdevmgrd
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/utparalleld
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/utseriald
> /opt/SUNWut/lib/utstoraged
> /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utpolicy
> /opt/SUNWut/share/man/man1m/utpolicy.1m
> /usr/kernel/misc/sparcv9/utio
> /usr/kernel/misc/utio
>
> Problem Description:
>
> 6507891 Sun Ray SunMC should monitor the new SRSS dependent Apollo daemon
> 6742304 utio causes kernel panic when destroying mutex
> 6758580 Trusted Extensions Xorg/Xnewt server doesn't support 
> multilevel unix domain sockets
> 6777864 application can be blocked without good reason in read() call 
> against Sun Ray serial device
> 6847992 Ignore terminalTokens list for non-Hardware (non-DTU) clients
> 6888158 Mouse pointer does not want to leave the corner
> 6896659 User GUI application font randomly display as unexpected Bold 
> for some char
> 6897156 Inbound audio from Sun Ray 2 (P8) units is distorted
> 6898658 Extra call to dev_rdd_open() in Keyspan drivers should be removed
> 6900212 RFE: option could be added in PUI for enabling/disabling the 
> OSD flow(1- 21- 22- 26- 44)
> 6911654 Hangul and Hanja keys on Korean PC 105 keyboard are not 
> recognized by Xnewt
> 6914651 can't get "OneBadge" card to work on SRSS 4.2 installed with  
> pcscd.
> 6920449 Enabling XRender causes thunderbird and firefox crash with 
> _Xerror in Sun Ray session on sparc.
> 6925917 Introduce library interfaces for remote redirection
> 6926114 MS Wireless Mouse no longer working with SRSS firmware 
> 4.2_77_2009.10.19.17.01
> 6931550 SunMC error message : [user.info] get_device_status: failed 
> for nxgex:1
> 6933968 Printing does not work using HP Laserjet 1010 printer with Win 
> XP SP3 32 bit/ Win 2003 R2 32 bit
> 6940958 Some late IPv6 changes were missed in 4.2
> 6945668 Login screen is off-center on pan scan after smartcard eject
> 6945679 port memory corruption fix in libfb to Xnewt [CVE-2010-1166]
> 6947895 utpolicy must support allowing specification of "card" and 
> "both" hotdesking types for soft client
> 6947898 Device Manager needs to support soft client client ID format
> 6948665 Adding IPv6 DNS servers to CONFIG_DNS_SERVERS configuration 
> record is backward/forward incompatible.
> 6948678 keepAliveExpiry is being sent unexpectedly
> 6948702 SwapDrop needs to support SCHD V2 protocol
> 6949425 utpolicy Man page and usage page needs update for "-u both 
> card" options.
> 6952119 DO NOT POWER OFF warning does not appear with DHCP6/DNS6
> 6952216 Add support for Macronix MX29LV640E flash for SR3+
> 6953216 Opnext 100-FX SFP TRF5326ANLB400 sometimes hangs during SR3+ boot
> 6955640 Fix Get response for G D smartcafe cards in SR3
> 6958479 SRCS patches must deliver firmware images for Sun Ray 3 Plus 
> (P9) and Sun Ray 3 (P10) units
>
> (from 140993-02)
>
> 6951337 SRCS patches must deliver firmware images for Sun Ray 3 Plus 
> units
>
> (from 140993-01)
>
> 6811761 on SRSS 4.1, with Japanese language login,characters on lock 
> window are garbled
> 6889535 loginGUI displays incorrect msg "Unable to authenticate - 
> Internal PAM Error" when user is locked
> 6901836 SRSS 4.2 FCS, SR2 devices reboot during VPN authentication
> 6902328 memory problems in the Sun Ray Session Server
> 6904684 Sun Ray VPN fails on the 2nd IKE rekey, and reboots
> 6904989 When a VPN gateway closes a connection, the Sun Ray sends the 
> previously entered password repeatedly
> 6908144 VPN connection expiration can leave Sun Ray in state that 
> requires power off
> 6910599 Sound setup of DTU changes to speaker and headphone on when 
> playing music
> 6915206 FOG doesn't work when 'enableMulticast=false' is set in 
> auth.props file.
> 6918519 Restore "forced callme" feature to DM
>
> Detailed Installation Steps
> ---------------------------
>
> 1. Suppress firmware downloads
>
>     If the server being patched is not a member of a Sun Ray
>     failover group you should skip this step.
>
>     If the server being patched is a member of a Sun Ray failover
>     group then this step is optional but is strongly recommended.
>
>     At Patch Installation
>     ---------------------
>
>         Before adding this patch to servers configured into a Sun
>         Ray failover group we advise that you disable Sun Ray
>         firmware delivery from all unpatched hosts in the failover
>         group.  On each host in the group:
>
>         For config parameters (.parms) file:
>
>             $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -D -a -V
>
>         For dedicated network interconnects:
>
>             $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -D -a -n all
>
>         For shared subnetwork interconnects:
>
>             $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -D -a -N all
>
>         Do this only one time, before adding this patch to any
>         server in the group.
>
>         The purpose of this step is to prevent unpatched servers
>         from offering old firmware to Sun Ray appliances.
>
>     At Patch Removal
>     ----------------
>
>         Before removing this patch from servers configured into a
>         Sun Ray failover group we advise that you disable firmware
>         delivery from any hosts in the failover group that have
>         this patch installed.  On each already-patched host in the
>         group:
>
>         For dedicated network interconnects:
>
>             $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -D -a -n all
>
>         For shared subnetwork interconnects:
>
>             $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -D -a -N all
>
>         For config parameters (.parms) file:
>
>             $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -D -a -V
>
>         Do this only one time, before removing this patch from any
>         of the already-patched servers in the group.
>
>         The purpose of this step is to prevent already-patched
>         servers from offering new firmware to Sun Ray appliances.
>
>         If this patch is being removed from a Sun Ray failover group
>         then omitting this step may result in increased restart
>         times for your Sun Ray appliances.  (A mixture of patched
>         and unpatched servers advertising conflicting firmware
>         versions may cause the appliance to download new firmware
>         each time it restarts.  The appliance automatically
>         restarts itself after downloading fresh firmware so its
>         overall restart cycle is longer in that case.  The
>         appliance may restart itself several times before
>         establishing or reconnecting to a session.)  The Sun Ray
>         restart time will return to normal once the patch has been
>         removed from all servers in the failover group.
>
>
> 2. Stopping Sun Ray services and login sessions
>
>     Before the addition or removal of this patch to a Sun Ray server
>     all users should be logged out of their Sun Ray sessions.
>
>     Stop the Sun Ray services using the following commands:
>
>                 $ /etc/init.d/utstorage stop
>                 $ /etc/init.d/utsvc stop
>
>     These commands will terminate any Sun Ray sessions that were not
>     already logged out.
>
>     Next, use the instructions outlined below in the section
>     "Patch Installation Instructions" for the addition or removal
>     of this patch.
>
> 3. Rebooting the Sun Ray server
>
>     The Sun Ray server must be rebooted after the addition or removal
>     of the patch.
>
> 4. Enable firmware downloads
>
>     After the addition or removal of this patch on all Sun Ray
>     servers in a failover group, enable firmware downloads
>     using one of the following methods:
>
>     1) If all Sun Ray servers in the failover group provide default
>        (non GUI) firmware downloads run this command on one of the 
> servers:
>
>         $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwsync
>
>        After which the Sun Ray DTU's will reboot themselves and load
>        the new firmware.
>
>     2) If only some of the Sun Ray servers in the failover group provide
>        firmware downloads to the DTU's, run the following command
>        on the servers that do provide firmware:
>
>        For default (non GUI) firmware.
>
>         For dedicated network interconnects:
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -A -a -n all
>
>         For shared subnetwork interconnects:
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -A -a -N all
>
>        For GUI firmware.
>
>         For dedicated network interconnects:
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -A -a -n all -f \
>             /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui
>
>         For shared subnetwork interconnects:
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -A -a -N all -f \
>             /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui
>
>     3) Upgrading firmware via the config parameter (.parms) file
>
>        For default (non GUI) firmware.
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -A -a -V
>
>        For GUI firmware.
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwadm -A -a -V -f \
>             /opt/SUNWut/lib/firmware_gui
>
>        Then restart services on all servers in the failover group by
>        executing the following command on a server in the group:
>
>           $ /opt/SUNWut/sbin/utfwsync -d
>
> Patch Installation Instructions:
> --------------------------------
> Refer to the man pages for instructions on using 'patchadd' and 'patchrm'
> scripts provided with Solaris.  Any other special or non-generic 
> installation
> instructions should be described below as special instructions.  The 
> following
> example installs a patch to a standalone machine:
>
>     example# patchadd /var/spool/patch/<patchid-rev>
>
> The following example removes a patch from a standalone system:
>
>     example# patchrm <patchid-rev>
>
> patchadd may give some messages while installing on a system
> with zones.  To suppress these messages "-G" option can be used.
>
>     example# patchadd -G /var/spool/patch/<patchid-rev>
>
> For additional examples please see the appropriate man pages.
>
> Special Install Instructions:
> -----------------------------
> NOTE 1: This patch is for the Sun Ray Core Services 4.2 component
> that is part of Sun Ray Server Software 4.2.
>
> NOTE 2: This SRSS patch does not support Live Upgrade.  Please do not
> install this patch via live upgrade.
>
> NOTE 3: The DTU firmware delivered in this patch has the following 
> version
> identification string
>
>     4.2_140993-03_2010.06.21.19.00
>     GUI4.2_140993-03_2010.06.21.19.00
>
> NOTE 4: If a Sun Management Console agent is active on this system and
> has been configured to monitor the status of Sun Ray services, then that
> agent must be restarted after the installation or removal of this patch.
>
> Required Patches
> ----------------
>
> Warnings & Errors
> -----------------
> ** WARNING: This patch should only be applied to systems which have
>         Sun Ray Server Software 4.2 fully installed.
>         Do not attempt to add this patch to the UFS image to be
>         applied as part of the install process.
>
> Post-Patch Installation Notes:
> ------------------------------
>
> README -- Last modified date:  Tuesday, July 13, 2010
>
>
>
>
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