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Tru64 OS and Patch Install Date and Time

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Hi,

I was wondering if it is possible to capture the date and time of the OS and patch installation and upgrades.

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Ben
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ls -lc /bin
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Reading between the lines of `man setld`...

Look at /var/adm/smlogs/setld.log
Or:  ls -lrt /usr/.smdb./ |more


Or:
dupatch -track -type [patch|file]
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on an Hp-ux it's something like this

ll -d /var/adm/sw/patch/<patch_name>
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Tru 64 was asked if you have not noticed.
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I gues tfewster gave more detail
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by:Venabili
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Yes but I cannot split the points and your answer is correct...
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Agreed - gheist=quick working answer=good
Anythng else is just "nice to have" for the Knowledge Base
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