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OES2SP3/OES11SP1 SLES11SP2 Patching Procedures

Good day,

I'm just starting to work with ZCM11 Patch Management, and I was wondering if anyone can point out a Best Practices document for using ZCM11.2.2 MU2 for the patching of an OES2SP3/OES11SP1/SLES11SP2 server(s)? I see that the Baseline of patches has started to populate, however; what is the best method for pushing those patches to the servers?

I know with OES2SP3/OES11SP1 when your updating you need to add to zypper, with the, up -t switch setting, how is that handled in the patching process with OES2SP3/OES11SP1 and SLES11SP2 for that matter?

Thank you to anyone that can help shed some light on this issue.
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