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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
Notes:
  • 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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