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HP Tru64 UNIX Version 5.1B-2 and Higher: Patch Kit Installation Instructions > Appendix C Using dupatch from the Command Line

Deleting a CSP


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You delete a CSP the same way you delete a release patch. The patch number you specify with the -patch option is the CSP's PatchID. The following steps describe how to find the PatchID:

  1. Determine which kit the patch was delivered in. For example, T64KIT0020665-V51BB22-ES-20031113.tar. (For information about identifying the fields in this CSP name, see the Patch Kit Overview and Naming document at http://h30097.www3.hp.com/docs/patch/naming/TITLE.HTM.)

  2. View the text file that ships with kit. For example:

    # more /var/adm/patch/doc/T64KIT0020665-V51BB22-ES-20031113.txt

    The text files for CSP kits are also available on the Web at the patch kit download site, http://www.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/mainPage.do .

  3. Find the section of the text file that lists the PatchID. For example:

    3 Summary of CSPatches contained in this kit
    Tru64 UNIX V5.1B
    PatchId			Summary Of Fix
    C386.00			Fix for SSRT3653, BIND v8
  4. Type the dupatch command line, using the CSP patch ID. For example:

    # /usr/sbin/dupatch -delete -name "Sally G" -note \
    "delete CSP" -product TRU64_UNIX_V5.0B -patch C386.00
  • Although a CSP kit can contain multiple patches, not all of them may be installed on your system.

  • When deleting a CSP patch, also delete any patches that are required by the patch.

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