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# pkg uninstall pkg-fmri
If you want to uninstall more than one package, use the following syntax.
# pkg uninstall pkg-fmri pkg-fmri
The pkg uninstall command will fail if there are other installed packages that depend on the pkg-fmri you are uninstalling. To uninstall the pkg-fmri, you must supply the pkg uninstall command with all the pkg-fmri dependents. For additional information on uninstalling packages, see Adding and Updating Oracle Solaris 11 Software Packages and the pkg(1) man page.
# pkg uninstall ha-cluster/*
Caution - This command uninstalls all ha-cluster packages installed on the system.
Read the SRU's README file before performing the update.
Check the update requirements of your storage devices.
Apply all updates before running the cluster in a production environment.
Check the hardware firmware levels and install any required firmware updates that might be needed. Consult your hardware documentation for information on firmware updates.
All nodes acting as cluster members must have the same updates.
Keep cluster subsystem updates up to date. These updates include, for example, volume management, storage device firmware, and cluster transport.
Test failover after major updates. Be prepared to back out the update if cluster operation is degraded or impaired.
If you are upgrading to a new Oracle Solaris Cluster version, follow the instructions in the Oracle Solaris Cluster Upgrade Guide.