Smpatch - Response code was 500
10/10/2018 14:54
Could anybody from SUN here bring the patch server online? We already planned to do patch this weekend.

One Solaris 9 box we patched on Thursday does not have problem with smpatch analyze. But rest of three all throw Response code was 500.

I can not understand.

Thank you Victor

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10/10/2018 14:54 - Geoff Lane <zzassgl@buffy.sighup.org.uk> wrote: Right now, when accessing https://updateserver.sun.com/solaris/ with mozilla, I get: Apache Tomcat/4.0.5 - HTTP Status 400 - Bad Request type Status report message Bad Request description The request sent by the client was syntactically incorrect (Bad Request).

.. and ISTR that's the normal answer, which I got when first trying to access it a few months ago.

mp.

-- Systems Administrator | Institute of Scientific Computing | Univ. of Vienna

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10/10/2018 14:54 - victorfeng1973@yahoo.com wrote: I don't think that it's actually a problems with Sun's server.

Try 'smpatch get' and look at what patchpro.patch.source is set to. It should show https://getupdates.sun.com/solaris/ for Solaris 10 and https://updateserver.sun.com/solaris/ for Solaris 9.

mp.

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10/10/2018 14:54 - Martin Paul <map@par.univie.ac.at> wrote: The Sol10 patch server does provide a web page and smpatch on Sol10 is working.

-- Geoff Lane, Airstrip One Today's Excuse: we're waiting for [the phone company] to fix that line

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10/10/2018 14:54 - Geoff Lane <zzassgl@buffy.sighup.org.uk> wrote: I think it's not supposed to be accessible with a regular browser; smpatch probably supports the needed encryption scheme.

mp.

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10/10/2018 14:54 - Martin Paul <map@par.univie.ac.at> wrote: https://updateserver.sun.com/solaris/ fails with no common encryption scheme errors.

-- Geoff Lane, Airstrip One

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