GlassFish Server enables you to maintain multiple installation images on a single system. When you update an installation image, all the components that are present in that image are updated to new versions, if new versions are available. When you install updated versions of components, only those files that have been modified are downloaded and installed. Files that have been removed in the updated package are removed during the update process.
Stop GlassFish Server.
See To Stop a Domain.
To ensure that the pkg command can locate the application image, change to the base installation directory for GlassFish Server.
The base installation directory for GlassFish Server.
Install all packages for the image.
Information similar to the following is displayed:
DOWNLOAD PKGS FILES XFER (MB) Completed 6/6 729/729 21.59/21.59 PHASE ACTIONS Removal Phase 887/887 Update Phase 253/253 Install Phase 584/584
Start GlassFish Server.
See To Start a Domain.
For the full syntax and options of the pkg command, see the pkg(1) man page. This man page is installed only after the pkg utilities have been fully installed.
To view this man page on UNIX and Linux systems, type the following command in a terminal window:
man -M as-install-parent/pkg/man/ pkg
To view this man page on Windows systems, use the type command to view the file as-install-parent\pkg\man\cat1\pkg.1.