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The following features have been removed in the current Oracle Solaris release.
The Codeina application has been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. This application assisted users to install Fluendo media codec plugins to play media formats such as MPEG and Windows Media. You can continue to get Fluendo media codec plugins from the Fluendo website at http://www.fluendo.com.
PostgreSQL versions 8.2, 8.3, and 8.4, and their associated additions, have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release.
Support for the lx branded zone has been removed in this Oracle Solaris release.
Support for the lx brand will continue in the Oracle Solaris 10 releases.
The following drivers and their associated man pages have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release.
The drivers and man pages are still available in the Oracle Solaris 10 release.
The following table lists locales that have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. The table also lists the corresponding locales that provide the same locale data and that must be used instead.
The OpenWindows libraries have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. Applications that use OpenWindows toolkits such as XView and OpenLook Intrinsic Toolkit (OLIT) no longer run in this release. However, applications that use OpenWindows Libraries can be run in Oracle Solaris 10 Containers, if needed.
The ncrs driver for certain LSI/Symbios parallel SCSI HBAs is no longer supported in the current Oracle Solaris release. You can migrate to the glm driver.
For information about the glm driver , see the glm(7D) man page.
For information about how to migrate from an ncrs driver to the glm driver, see Migrating an ncrs Attached Driver to the glm Driver.
The bsmconv and bsmunconv commands have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. These commands were used to enable and disable the Oracle Solaris Auditing and Device Allocation features.
To enable the Oracle Solaris Auditing feature in this release, use the audit-s command. To disable the feature, use the audit-t command.
To enable and disable the Device Allocation feature in this release, use the following service:
For more information, see the device_allocate(1M) man page.
Support for the SYSV3 SCO compatibility environment variable has been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. The following commands might be affected:
The passmgmt command has been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. You can use the following commands, which provide the same functionality:
The graph and spline commands have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release.
The libinetcfg library interfaces have been removed in this Oracle Solaris release. You can use the libipadm library interfaces instead.
The Oracle Solaris 11 Express release no longer delivers the 32-bit version of the Sun xVM hypervisor for use as a dom0. Support for 32–bit and 64–bit guest domUs remains unaffected on the 64–bit version of the hypervisor delivered in this release.
Workaround: The options for users still interested in virtualization on 32–bit machines are as follows:
Oracle Solaris Zones and Oracle Solaris 10 Containers
Oracle VM VirtualBox for Oracle Solaris 10, Linux, Windows, and other guest operating systems
For more information about the supported guest operating systems, see http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch03.html#2956856.
MySQL has ended the active development and support for MySQL Database Server Version 5.0. Extended support is available only for customers with a MySQL subscription. For more information, see http://www.mysql.com/about/legal/lifecycle/#calendar. According to the MySQL Lifecycle Policy, only security and severity level 1 issues will continue to be fixed for MySQL 5.0. For more information about the MySQL Lifecycle Policy, see http://www.mysql.com/about/legal/lifecycle/#policy.