If you want to apply signed patches, you must first set up the package keystore.
Gain access to the system in one of the following ways:
Start a web browser and go to the SunSolve Online Patch Portal at http://sunsolve.Sun.COM.
Determine whether to download a specific patch or a patch cluster, then do one of the following:
Type the patch number (patch-id) in the Find Patch search field, then click Find Patch.
Entering patch-id downloads the latest patch revision.
If this patch is freely available, the patch README appears. If this patch is not freely available, an ACCESS DENIED message appears.
Note that patch numbers for SPARC based and x86 based systems are different. The patch IDs are listed in the patch README. Ensure that you apply the patch that matches your system architecture.
Select the Recommended Patch Cluster that matches the Solaris release that is running on the system that you want to patch.
Download the patch by following these instructions:
To download a copy of the signed patch, click the Download Signed Patch (n bytes) button.
To download an unsigned patch, click the Download Patch (n bytes) button.
When the patch or patches are successfully downloaded, close the web browser.
Change to the directory that contains the downloaded patch.
Become superuser or assume an equivalent role.
(Unsigned patch) If you downloaded an unsigned patch, unzip the patch.
# unzip patch-id
Apply the signed or unsigned patch.
If you downloaded a signed patch, apply it.
# patchadd /tmp/111879-01.jar
If you downloaded an unsigned patch, apply it.
# patchadd /tmp/111879-01
Verify that the patch has been successfully applied.
# patchadd -p | grep 111879 Patch: 111879-01 Obsoletes: Requires: Incompatibles: Packages: SUNWwsr