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How to check if there are packages newer than BUNDLE(B.11.31)  ?

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How to check if there are packages newer than BUNDLE(B.11.31)  ?

Hp-ux Itanium 64 bit 11.31
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I think the swainv patch analysis script will check that.
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[oracle@hpdbdev1 /home/oracle]# swainv
sh: swainv:  not found.
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swainv is a script that you need to download.

ftp://ftp.itrc.hp.com/export/bin/swainv

After running the script it creates inventory.xml which you then upload to patch assessment site.  This site now requires a valid contract though.

http://www11.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/assessSystemsPage.do?BC=main|

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Thank you.
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