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eDirectory v9.1.3 HF on non-root

Hi. I am applying the v913HF1 to a non-root instance. And I noticed the version stays at 40104.06. when I apply the same to a root instance it increments to 40104.07.

For the non-root I simply extracted the "nonroot.tar.gz" file that is included and replaced the binaries, etc. I made sure the symbolic links were still intact.

The instructions actually say to use rpm2cpio to extract the RPMS and copy the files. Which still didn't change the version.

No idea why the instructions would say that, when they included a non-root gz.

Anyway, any idea why the version doesn't change in ndsstat? Thanks,,,
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Re: eDirectory v9.1.3 HF on non-root

Maybe a bug in the patch packaging? You could check the md5sums (or other
checksums) of the impacted files to see if they change, since that would
at least give you some confidence that things are changing.

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Jeff-seattle
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Re: eDirectory v9.1.3 HF on non-root

Hi. Yes I am doing just that! Thank you AB. I will post back. Thanks,,,
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Re: eDirectory v9.1.3 HF on non-root

mtsjej;2499170 wrote:
Hi. I am applying the v913HF1 to a non-root instance. And I noticed the version stays at 40104.06. when I apply the same to a root instance it increments to 40104.07.

For the non-root I simply extracted the "nonroot.tar.gz" file that is included and replaced the binaries, etc. I made sure the symbolic links were still intact.

The instructions actually say to use rpm2cpio to extract the RPMS and copy the files. Which still didn't change the version.

No idea why the instructions would say that, when they included a non-root gz.

Anyway, any idea why the version doesn't change in ndsstat? Thanks,,,



Is there an "ndsconfig upgrade" step in there somewhere?
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