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    Digest Name: weekly HP-UX series 800 10.X patch digest
        Created: Sun Jan 28 3:05:06 PST 2001

    Table of Contents:

    Document ID Title
    --------------- -----------
    PHSS_22914 s700_800 10.X OV OB3.50 patch - CORE packet
    PHSS_22575 s700_800 10.20 OV ITO5.3X NT Agent Patch A.05.37
    PHCO_23179 s700_800 10.24 (VVOS) man(1) patch
    PHCO_23091 s700_800 10.01 man(1) patch
    PHCO_23090 s700_800 10.10 man(1) patch
    PHCO_23089 s700_800 10.20 man(1) patch
    PHSS_23025 s700_800 10.X Fortran90 B.10.20.(19|20|27) cumulative patch
    PHKL_23172 s800 10.20 ptrace cumulative patch

    The documents are listed below.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHSS_22914
    Date Loaded: 20010125
          Title: s700_800 10.X OV OB3.50 patch - CORE packet

    Patch Name: PHSS_22914

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.X OV OB3.50 patch - CORE packet

    Creation Date: 01/01/19

    Post Date: 01/01/25

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.00 10.01 10.10 10.20
            s800: 10.00 10.01 10.10 10.20

    Products:
            OmniBackII A.03.50

    Filesets:
            OMNIBACK-II.OMNI-CORE-IS,A.03.50
            OMNIBACK-II.OMNI-CORE,A.03.50

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHSS_22914

    Symptoms:
            PHSS_22914:
            Id = NSMex03937
                User can gain an unauthorized access to an OmniBack
                client.

            Id = NSMex03757, NSMex03667
                Backup of one object fails with:

                 "IPC Read Error. Connection reset by peer".

            PHSS_22434:
            Id = NSMex03372
                A backup of 129 Sybase databases fails with

                  "[61:1005] Got unexpected close from INET on
                   <hostname>.".

            Id = NSMex03638
                Omnidbutil's option "-change_objname" does not work
                properly.
                  "[61:1005] Got unexpected close from INET on
                   <hostname>.".

    Defect Description:
            PHSS_22914:
            Id = NSMex03937
                User can gain an unauthorized access to an OmniBack
                client.

            Resolution:
                Code was changed to avoid unauthorised access.
                To preserve the previous behaviour, a variable must
                be set in the /opt/omni/.omnirc file (not recommended):

                   OB2INETSECUEREXEC = 1

                Part of SSPUX350_022.

            Id = NSMex03757, NSMex03667
                Inet times out during the export of variables.

            Resolution:
                Environment variable OB2INETTIMEOUT is introduced. It
                should be set in /opt/omni/.omnirc file in form

                  OB2INETTIMEOUT=<time_in_seconds>

                where time_in_seconds is timeout period for inet.
                Recommended value is 150.

            PHSS_22434:
            Id = NSMex03372
                Backup fails if there are more than 256 objects in a
                single barlist.

            Resolution:
                Number of objects in a barlist increased to 1024.

            Id = NSMex03638
                Omnidbutil's option "-change_objname" should not be a
                part of OmniBack II A.03.50.

            Resolution:
                Option "-change_objname" is removed.

    SR:
            B554000503 B554000768

    Patch Files:
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/hp-ux-1020/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/hp-ux-10/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/hp-ux-11/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/dec/alpha/osf1-4/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/gpl/i386/linux/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/ibm/rs6000/aix-42/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/ncr/i386/mp-ras/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sco/i386/sco_sv/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sco/i386/unixware/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sequent/i386/dynix/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sgi/mips/irix/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sgi/mips/irix-62/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/siemens/r400/sinix/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/sparc/solaris/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/sparc/solaris-26/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/sparc/sunos/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z
            /opt/omni/databases/utils/sun/sparc/solaris-26/utils.tar
            /opt/omni/databases/utils/ibm/rs6000/aix-42/utils.tar
            /opt/omni/lbin/bmsetup

    what(1) Output:
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/hp-ux-1020/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/hp-ux-10/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/hp-ux-11/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/dec/alpha/osf1-4/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/gpl/i386/linux/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/ibm/rs6000/aix-42/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/ncr/i386/mp-ras/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sco/i386/sco_sv/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sco/i386/unixware/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sequent/i386/dynix/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sgi/mips/irix/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sgi/mips/irix-62/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/siemens/r400/sinix/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/sparc/solaris/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/sparc/solaris-26/
                    A.03.50/packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/sparc/sunos/A.03.50/
                    packet.Z:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/utils/sun/sparc/solaris-26/utils.tar:
                    None
            /opt/omni/databases/utils/ibm/rs6000/aix-42/utils.tar:
                    None
            /opt/omni/lbin/bmsetup:
                    [TZ=GMT0 /opt/omni/lbin/bmsetup -version]
                    HP OpenView OmniBack II A.03.50: BMSETUP, internal b
                            uild PHSS_22434/PHSS_22435, built on Fri Nov
                             10 12:01:04 2000

    cksum(1) Output:
            1667812414 2626753 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/
                    s800/hp-ux-1020/A.03.50/packet.Z
            1986189432 1980393 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/
                    s800/hp-ux-10/A.03.50/packet.Z
            568696721 2623895 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/hp/s800/
                    hp-ux-11/A.03.50/packet.Z
            3029530588 1257029 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/dec/
                    alpha/osf1-4/A.03.50/packet.Z
            3340181074 4278886 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/gpl/
                    i386/linux/A.03.50/packet.Z
            371392693 1692491 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/ibm/
                    rs6000/aix-42/A.03.50/packet.Z
            2674299840 1085352 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/ncr/
                    i386/mp-ras/A.03.50/packet.Z
            2095944642 1074156 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sco/
                    i386/sco_sv/A.03.50/packet.Z
            1969649542 1035728 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sco/
                    i386/unixware/A.03.50/packet.Z
            3652716017 1073828 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/
                    sequent/i386/dynix/A.03.50/packet.Z
            4193110334 1432255 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sgi/
                    mips/irix/A.03.50/packet.Z
            2893705923 1845743 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sgi/
                    mips/irix-62/A.03.50/packet.Z
            1024908708 1552537 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/
                    siemens/r400/sinix/A.03.50/packet.Z
            290171268 1903327 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/
                    sparc/solaris/A.03.50/packet.Z
            1412195182 1942885 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/
                    sparc/solaris-26/A.03.50/packet.Z
            953221540 2178465 /opt/omni/databases/vendor/omnicf/sun/
                    sparc/sunos/A.03.50/packet.Z
            2034876432 51200 /opt/omni/databases/utils/sun/sparc/
                    solaris-26/utils.tar
            3688506974 51200 /opt/omni/databases/utils/ibm/rs6000/
                    aix-42/utils.tar
            3536862124 414957 /opt/omni/lbin/bmsetup

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes:
            PHSS_22434

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHSS_22915:
            s700: 11.00
            s800: 11.00

    Patch Package Size: 29480 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHSS_22914

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHSS_22914.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHSS_22914. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHSS_22914.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHSS_22914.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions:
            PHSS_22914:
            NOTE!
            This Patch has to be installed on all Installation
            server hosts.

            Because the Core package is a part of all agents, all
            client packages need to be redistributed after this patch
            was installed on the installation server in order to
            enable the changes (Disk Agents, Media Agents, ...).

            NOTE!
            From patch PHSS_22434/PHSS_22435 on, OmniBack II supports
            clients on Sun Solaris 8.

            Patch includes the following Site Specific Patches:
               SSPUX350_022
    -----End of Document ID: PHSS_22914------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHSS_22575
    Date Loaded: 20010125
          Title: s700_800 10.20 OV ITO5.3X NT Agent Patch A.05.37

    Patch Name: PHSS_22575

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.20 OV ITO5.3X NT Agent Patch A.05.37

    Creation Date: 01/01/24

    Post Date: 01/01/25

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.20
            s800: 10.20

    Products:
            OpenView IT/Operations 5.3

    Filesets:
            OVOPC-CLT.OVOPC-NT-CLT,A.05.30

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHSS_22575

    Symptoms:
            PHSS_22575:
            - Automatic Actions can't start applications that display a
              user interface.
            - Event Interceptor aborts after getting traps with
              unresolvable IP address.
            - Event Interceptor aborts when running on an NNM system
              and an invalid trap is received.
            - The Event Interceptor might get into a looping state when
              running on an NNM system and the ovtrapd is stopped.
            - Multiple issues with the agent on MS Terminal Server
              systems running on NT 4.0.
            - Perl script might show strange behavior when called
              as monitor.
            - Agent has to run as 'HP ITO account' user.

            PHSS_22002:
            - ITO requires the setting of all IP addresses in
              opc.hosts for NT multi homed hosts.
            - When calling an application as non-administrative user,
              there is a window coming up: Initialization of dynamic
              load library c:\winnt\system32\user32. dll failed. the
              nthost. exe tool help, but it is required after each
              start of the system.
            - When using the application opcprfls. exe to list the
              available performance monitoring objects on an NT system
              not all objects are enumerated.
            - Setting up a logfile template that uses a dynamic path
              definition, like:
                <`echo "/tmp/path with spaces/logfile1.txt"`>
              This path will be handled as
              three logfiles:
                - /tmp/path
                - with
                - spaces/logfile1.txt
            - In NAT environments the distribution does not work when
              an IP address is set for the system that does not
              physically exists on any of its network cards.
            - In NAT environments it might make sense to set the
              OPC_IP_ADDRESS to an address which does not exists on
              any of the system's netword cards. This causes some
              problems:
                - control agent immediatly aborts
                - 'opcagt -status' claims the agent is down even if
                  it's running
            - RPC template distribution fails if too many ( > ~70)
              templates are distributed.
            - The monitor agent might abort when checking the
              queuesize of the message agent queue.
            - Some NT EventLog entries are incompletly reported to the
              Management Server.
            - The control agent aborts when the /usr/OV/tmp/OpC/bin
              directory does not exist.
            - The installation aborts with the NetGetDCName API
              failing: network path not found.
            - The event correlation agent might abort.
            - In some situations the the source IP address of an
              incoming trap has the wrong byte ordering.
            - When there are many quickly incoming traps, the Event
              Interceptor does not handle them but instead buffers
              until there are new traps arriving.
            - After distributing of templates to NT system, sometimes
              there is a message in the errorlog about failures while
              suspending threads.

            PHSS_21007:
            - ITO NT agent does not support MS Windows 2000
            - There are no default templates for MS Terminal Server /
              Citrix MetaFrame.
            - The ITO setup process might run into problems when the
              installation takes place from a write protected media.
            - The ITO Action agent might grow in memory usage when many
              automatic actions are running.
            - On systems with more than 2GB of physical memory, the
              itodiag tool does not report the correct memory size, but
              only showed 2GB. This is only fixed on Windows 2000,
              because Microsoft didn't fix the API call on Windows NT.
            - The ITO Event Correlation agent might get into a state
              of queuing messages instead of processing them.
            - The ITO Transfer Manager (opctranm) fails to transfer
              a request to an NT node that has a mgrconf file installed.

            PHSS_20485:
            - MS Terminal Server / Citrix MetaFrame was not supported.
            - The ITO Monitor agent sometimes aborts.
            - During the ITO agent installation using the opc_inst.bat
              scripts, unwanted output is printed when unpacking
              libnsp.
            - Using the itodiag.exe tool very often might cause the NT
              system to become unusable and require a reboot.
            - The ITO Event interceptor aborts when receiving a trap
              with a variable of the SNMPv2 type 'counter64'.
            - The ITO Event interceptor aborts after receiving a trap
              with the ASN variable type 'null'.
            - The ITO Event interceptor might abort.
            - The ITO Action agent executed a switch user even if the
              requested user is the 'HP ITO account'.
            - The tool itouser.exe might abort while printing the
              userlist when more than 19 users/services are logged on
              to the system.
            - On systems that have the McAfee virusscanner installed,
              after reboot sometimes the agent has problems reading the
              opcinfo file and will fail. Later startups of the agent
              succeed.
            - Pattern matching does not work correctly on a Japanese
              system.
            - The trap interceptor opctrapi does not correctly handle
              the reconfig signal.
            - The trap interceptor opctrapi tries name resolution on
              segment names.
            - The trap interceptor opctrapi dies on some large
              traps.

    Defect Description:
            PHSS_22575:
            - The ITO agent can now run as non 'HP ITO account' user.
              This also includes the 'SYSTEM' account.

              Installation instruction:

              Use the manual installation. Before calling the
              'opc_inst.bat' script, an additional entry can be added to
              the 'opcsetup.inf' file to specify the run user for the
              agent:

                [Agent User]
                SYSTEM

              Instead of 'SYSTEM', any other name could be specified. In
              this case the user account is created.
              If 'SYSTEM' is given, no user account is created (no
              'opc_op' either).

              NOTE: User names may not contain space characters.

              If a user name is specified in 'opcsetup.inf', the agent
              will be installed using this account name, no matter if
              there was already an agent installed using another
              account.

              If a different user is specified in 'opcsetup.inf', the
              account created by the existing agent is not removed but
              left on the system. It has to be removed manually.

              If no user name is specified in 'opcsetup.inf', the
              installation will check if there is already an agent
              installed. If it finds one, the same user will be used.

              If a user is specified or found to be used by an old
              agent, and the password specified was not correct for this
              account, the user is removed and re-created. It has the
              same name afterwards but a different internal user ID.

              Applications:
              -------------

              - All applications configured to run as 'opc_op' or
                'HP ITO account' have to be changed to specify a user
                that exists on the system.
              - All monitoring executables will be run as the specified
                account. This might restrict some of the access rights
                to monitored applications.
              - The 'SYSTEM' account does not have any network access
                capabilities.

              Remote installation:
              --------------------

              - On Domain Controllers there is the Installation Server
                service that executes the installation on remote systems
                in this domain. If this service is modified to run as
                'SYSTEM', the remote installation is not possible at all
                (the 'SYSTEM' account does not have any access rights
                for remote systems).
              - If remote execution is wanted, the Installation Server
                service can be configured to run as a domain user that
                has Domain Admin user rights.

            PHSS_22002:
            check the list of the symptoms

            PHSS_21007:
            check the list of the symptoms
            Resolution:
            - The ITO agent is now supported on MS Windows 2000.

              The following versions are supported:
                MS Windows 2000 Professional 5.0
                MS Windows 2000 Server 5.0

              Also supported on MS Windows 2000:
                MS Terminal Server
                Citrix MetaFrame 1.8 English
                (Refer to documentation below: PHSS_20485/6)

              The same character sets are supported as documented for
              MS Windows NT:
                English Management Server:
                  OEM Code page 850
                  OEM Code page 437
                  ANSI Code page 1252
                  ASCII
                Japanese Management Server:
                  ANSI Code page 932
                  ASCII

              Notes:
              - To install the default templates for MS Windows 2000,
                the following command has to be executed on the ITO
                management server after installation of this patch:
                  opccfgupld -add -subentity Win2000

                Note: The templates can be uploaded to a Japanese
                      management server, but they are not localized.

                The template group 'Default' contains the new group
                'Windows 2000'. This group contains the following
                templates:
                  opcmsg(1|3)
                  dflt_ApplEvLog (NT)
                  dflt_SecEvLog (NT)
                  dflt_SysEvLog (NT)
                  dflt_cpu_util_NT
                The templates listed above are linked to the templates
                in the 'Windows NT' template group.

                  dflt_DNSEvLog (2000)
                  dflt_DirectoryEvLog (2000)
                  dflt_FileReplicationEvLog (2000)
                    These three templates are new default templates for
                    the additional EventLogs that exist on the Windows
                    2000 Server system.

              - If you want to assign the monitor template
                'dflt_disk_util_NT' of the 'Windows NT' group to a
                Windows 2000 system, execute the following command on
                the system. The system must then be rebooted to activate
                disk performance montoring of the operating system:
                  diskperf -y

              - When removing the ITO agent from a Windows 2000 Domain
                Controller the setup program might report an error
                message:
                  The call to the NT API function 'NetUserDel (1)' for
                  'HP ITO account' failed with the following system
                  error: Access is denied.
                This is caused by a Windows 2000 specific setup of the
                access-control list in Active Directory.
                As a workaround, manually remove the user account.

            - To install the default templates for MS Terminal Server /
              Citrix MetaFrame, the following command has to be executed
              on the ITO management server after installation of this
              patch:
                opccfgupld -add -subentity TS_MF

              Note: The templates can be uploaded to a Japanese
                    management server, but they are not localized.

              The template group 'Default' contains the new group
              'Terminal Server/MetaFrame'. This group contains the
              following template groups:
                MetaFrame
                Terminal Server

              Assign the 'Terminal Server' template group to systems
              running the MS Terminal Server. Assign the 'MetaFram'
              template group to systems running MS Terminal Server and
              Citrix MetaFrame.

              The new templates are:
                TS_Licensing
                  Checks if the Terminal Server licensing service is
                  running
                TS_Service
                  Checks if the Terminal Server service is running
                System log (Terminal Server)
                  Template for Terminal Server events in the System
                  EventLog
                MF_ICA_Browser
                  Checks if the MetaFrame ICA browser service is
                  running
                MF_Prog_Neighborhood
                  Checks if the MetaFrame ICA Program Neighborhood
                  service is running
                System Log (MetaFrame)
                  Template for MetaFrame events in the System EventLog

              There is a new application group 'MetaFrame Tools'. It
              contains the following applications:
                Sessions
                  Lists open MF sessions
                Users
                  Lists connected users on MF Server
                Servers
                  Lists available MF Servers
                Auditlog
                  Generates logon/logoff report
                ACL Info
                  Shows information about user rights
                Disconnect
                  Disconnects a terminal session
                Flush
                  Synchronizes disk data
                Send Message
                  Sends message to ICA client users
                Processes
                  Lists processes on MF server
                License
                  Shows information about license

            PHSS_20485:
            - The ITO agent is now supported on Terminal Server/
              MetaFrame servers:

                The following versions are supported:
                  MS Terminal Server NT 4.0 ServicePack 4 English
                  Citrix MetaFrame 1.8 English

                Only the server part is supported. The ITO agent on
                Terminal Server/ MetaFrame clients is not supported.

                After the installation of an ITO agent on a Terminal
                Server / MetaFrame system, the ITO installation logfile
                is located in c:\temp, if c:\temp actually exists. If it
                doesn't exist, the inst.log file is located in the
                directory from where the installation was started.

                The standard diskspace monitor may cause problems, if
                the c: drive does not exist.

            - Fixed bug in the multi byte character set handling.
            - Check for reconfig each time a trap comes in.
            - No name resolution is performed on segment names. They
              are handled as if name service returned not resolvable.
            - Increased buffer size for trap formatting.

    SR:
            R555005015 R555004838 R555004827 R555004826 R555004825
            R555003313 R555002528 R555001968 R555001626 H555002671
            B555008912 B555008754 B555008729 B555008526 B555008314
            B555008309 B555007883 B555007847 B555007840 B555007549
            B555007478 B555007439 B555007386 B555007282 B555007233
            B555007201 B555007187 B555006726 B555006165 B555005951
            B555005922 B555005125 B555004854 B555004798 B555001830
            B555001661 B555000303 B555000302 B555000293 B555000256
            B555000254 B555000231 B555000202 8606161695 8606140211

    Patch Files:
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_pkg.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/unzip.exe
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/unzip.txt
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_inst.bat
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_pre.bat
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opcsetup.inf
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/itoprocs.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/sms_chk.bat.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/mf_chk.bat.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/mf_service.bat.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/MFluse.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itodiag.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itokill.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itomserv.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itoreg.cfg.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itoreg.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itosdown.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itouser.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/opcprfls.exe.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/opcdf.bat.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/opcps.bat.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/actions/mf_app.bat.Z
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    AgentPlatform
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/Win2000.idx
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/
                    logfile.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/TEMPLATES/
                    TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/ja_JP.SJIS/
                    Win2000.idx
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    LOGFILE/logfile.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TS_MF.idx
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/
                    logfile.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TEMPLATES/MONITOR/
                    monitor.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TEMPLATES/TEMPLGROUP/
                    templgroup.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/APPLICATIONS/
                    applications.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TS_MF.idx
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    LOGFILE/logfile.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    MONITOR/monitor.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/
                    APPLICATIONS/applications.dat

    what(1) Output:
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_pkg.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/unzip.exe:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/unzip.txt:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_inst.bat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_pre.bat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opcsetup.inf:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/itoprocs.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/sms_chk.bat.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/mf_chk.bat.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/mf_service.bat.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/MFluse.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itodiag.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itokill.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itomserv.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itoreg.cfg.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itoreg.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itosdown.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/itouser.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/opcprfls.exe.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/opcdf.bat.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/opcps.bat.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/actions/mf_app.bat.Z:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/vendor/ms/intel/nt/
                    AgentPlatform:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/Win2000.idx:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/
                    logfile.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/TEMPLATES/
                    TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/ja_JP.SJIS/
                    Win2000.idx:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    LOGFILE/logfile.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TS_MF.idx:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/
                    logfile.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TEMPLATES/MONITOR/
                    monitor.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/TEMPLATES/TEMPLGROUP/
                    templgroup.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/APPLICATIONS/
                    applications.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TS_MF.idx:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    LOGFILE/logfile.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    MONITOR/monitor.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/
                    TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat:
                    None
            /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/ja_JP.SJIS/
                    APPLICATIONS/applications.dat:
                    None

    cksum(1) Output:
            2952861734 3839427 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_pkg.Z
            3162183940 113152 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/unzip.exe
            1939298735 508 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/unzip.txt
            4317250 1706 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_inst.bat
            1264246275 1716 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opc_pre.bat
            1099882146 133 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/opcsetup.inf
            581702335 54746 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/
                    itoprocs.exe.Z
            2091150204 151 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/
                    sms_chk.bat.Z
            1293146252 173 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/
                    mf_chk.bat.Z
            3616292193 160 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/
                    mf_service.bat.Z
            1854232465 11063 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/monitor/
                    MFluse.exe.Z
            1386195807 87491 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itodiag.exe.Z
            2795232722 43839 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itokill.exe.Z
            2864261726 41321 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itomserv.exe.Z
            1586237090 188 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itoreg.cfg.Z
            1508878470 59301 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itoreg.exe.Z
            678110679 38559 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itosdown.exe.Z
            473490275 43976 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    itouser.exe.Z
            2574307340 49320 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    opcprfls.exe.Z
            2003580432 38 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    opcdf.bat.Z
            849569434 41 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/cmds/
                    opcps.bat.Z
            1588307382 751 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/A.05.37/RPC_DCE_TCP/actions/
                    mf_app.bat.Z
            2947316710 6458 /var/opt/OV/share/databases/OpC/mgd_node/
                    vendor/ms/intel/nt/AgentPlatform
            2485068413 104 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/
                    Win2000.idx
            2007600330 1998 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/
                    TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/logfile.dat
            1029602005 568 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/C/
                    TEMPLATES/TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            2682770904 100 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/Win2000.idx
            1090092847 1995 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/logfile.dat
            1029602005 568 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/Win2000/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            937413291 175 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/
                    TS_MF.idx
            2876017979 4230 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/
                    TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/logfile.dat
            3051757784 3987 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/
                    TEMPLATES/MONITOR/monitor.dat
            838892340 829 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/
                    TEMPLATES/TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            2273364777 5204 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/C/
                    APPLICATIONS/applications.dat
            3009823702 171 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/TS_MF.idx
            2070958483 4228 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/LOGFILE/logfile.dat
            3051757784 3987 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/MONITOR/monitor.dat
            838892340 829 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/TEMPLATES/TEMPLGROUP/templgroup.dat
            2273364777 5204 /var/opt/OV/share/tmp/OpC_appl/TS_MF/
                    ja_JP.SJIS/APPLICATIONS/applications.dat

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes:
            PHSS_20485 PHSS_21007 PHSS_22002

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHSS_22576:
            s700: 11.00
            s800: 11.00

            ITOSOL_00059:
            sparcSOL: 2.6 2.7

    Patch Package Size: 4460 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHSS_22575

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHSS_22575.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHSS_22575. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHSS_22575.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHSS_22575.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions:
            BEFORE LOADING THIS PATCH...

                o You may use this patch with the following official
                  ITO release: A.05.30

                o DO NOT use this patch with older releases of ITO,
                  for example versions A.05.00 or A.05.11.

                o This patch provides the HP OV IT/Operations
                  Intelligent Agent to be used with a
                  ITO A.05.30 Management Server system.

            (A) Patch Installation Instructions
                -------------------------------
            (A1) Install the patch, following the standard
                  installation instructions.

                  ------------------------------------------------------

            NOTE: For backing up the system before installing
                  a patch, you may use opc_backup(1m).

            NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT NO AGENT OF THE PLATFORM
                  ADDRESSED BY THIS PATCH IS DISTRIBUTED
                  (either from the ITO Administrator's GUI
                  or from command line using inst.sh) WHILE
                  RUNNING SWINSTALL.

            NOTE: Don't be afraid of the '-x autoreboot=true'
                  option above. There won't be a reboot due
                  to this ITO patch.
                  You can skip this option if you like.

            NOTE: This patch must be installed on the ITO Management
                  Server system, NOT on an ITO Managed Node directly.
                  Changes will take effect on managed nodes by means of
                  ITO Software Distribution (using 'Force Update' if
                  there is already an agent installed on the managed
                  node). See chapter 2 of the ITO Administrator's
                  Reference manual for more information.

            - The ITO agent can now run as non 'HP ITO account' user.
              This also includes the 'SYSTEM' account.

              Installation instruction:

              Use the manual installation. Before calling the
              'opc_inst.bat' script, an additional entry can be added to
              the 'opcsetup.inf' file to specify the run user for the
              agent:

                [Agent User]
                SYSTEM

              Instead of 'SYSTEM', any other name could be specified. In
              this case the user account is created.
              If 'SYSTEM' is given, no user account is created (no
              'opc_op' either).

              NOTE: User names may not contain space characters.

              If a user name is specified in 'opcsetup.inf', the agent
              will be installed using this account name, no matter if
              there was already an agent installed using another
              account.

              If a different user is specified in 'opcsetup.inf', the
              account created by the existing agent is not removed but
              left on the system. It has to be removed manually.

              If no user name is specified in 'opcsetup.inf', the
              installation will check if there is already an agent
              installed. If it finds one, the same user will be used.

              If a user is specified or found to be used by an old
              agent, and the password specified was not correct for this
              account, the user is removed and re-created. It has the
              same name afterwards but a different internal user ID.

              Applications:
              -------------

              - All applications configured to run as 'opc_op' or
                'HP ITO account' have to be changed to specify a user
                that exists on the system.
              - All monitoring executables will be run as the specified
                account. This might restrict some of the access rights
                to monitored applications.
              - The 'SYSTEM' account does not have any network access
                capabilities.

              Remote installation:
              --------------------

              - On Domain Controllers there is the Installation Server
                service that executes the installation on remote systems
                in this domain. If this service is modified to run as
                'SYSTEM', the remote installation is not possible at all
                (the 'SYSTEM' account does not have any access rights
                for remote systems).
              - If remote execution is wanted, the Installation Server
                service can be configured to run as a domain user that
                has Domain Admin user rights.

            - To install the default templates for MS Windows 2000,
              the following command has to be executed on the ITO
              management server after installation of this patch:
                opccfgupld -add -subentity Win2000

              The templates can be uploaded to a Japanese
              management server, but they are not localized.

            - If you want to assign the monitor template
              'dflt_disk_util_NT' of the 'Windows NT' group to a
              Windows 2000 system, execute the following command on
              the system. The system must then be rebooted to
              activate disk performance montoring of the operating
              system:
                diskperf -y

            - To install the default templates for MS Terminal
              Server / Citrix MetaFrame, the following command has
              to be executed on the ITO management server after
              installation of this patch:
                opccfgupld -add -subentity TS_MF

              The templates can be uploaded to a Japanese
              management server, but they are not localized.

            (B) Patch Deinstallation Instructions
                ---------------------------------
            (B1) To deinstall the patch PHSS_22575 run swremove:

                  NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT NO AGENT OF THE PLATFORM
                        ADDRESSED BY THIS PATCH IS DISTRIBUTED (either
                        from the ITO Administrator's GUI or from
                        command line using inst.sh) WHILE RUNNING
                        SWREMOVE.

                  # swremove PHSS_22575
    -----End of Document ID: PHSS_22575------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHCO_23179
    Date Loaded: 20010124
          Title: s700_800 10.24 (VVOS) man(1) patch

    Patch Name: PHCO_23179

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.24 (VVOS) man(1) patch

    Creation Date: 01/01/23

    Post Date: 01/01/24

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.24
            s800: 10.24

    Products: N/A

    Filesets:
            OS-Core.CMDS-MIN

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHCO_23179

    Symptoms:
            PHCO_23179:
            Repackaged HP-UX patch PHCO_23089 for VVOS.

            Based on HP-UX patch PHCO_23089:
            1. man creates unnecessary temporary files.

    Defect Description:
            PHCO_23179:
            Repackaged HP-UX patch PHCO_23089 for VVOS.

            Based on HP-UX patch PHCO_23089:
            1. man command is creating unnecessary files.
            Resolution:
               Code is changed to eliminate creation of
               unnecessary files.

    SR:
            8606140508

    Patch Files:
            /usr/bin/man

    what(1) Output:
            /usr/bin/man:
                    $Revision: 78.1.1.1 $

    cksum(1) Output:
            3283769680 24576 /usr/bin/man

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes: None

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHCO_23089:
            s700: 10.20
            s800: 10.20

            PHCO_23088:
            s700: 11.00
            s800: 11.00

            PHCO_23178:
            s700: 11.04
            s800: 11.04

    Patch Package Size: 80 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHCO_23179

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHCO_23179.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHCO_23179. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHCO_23179.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHCO_23179.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions: None
    -----End of Document ID: PHCO_23179------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHCO_23091
    Date Loaded: 20010123
          Title: s700_800 10.01 man(1) patch

    Patch Name: PHCO_23091

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.01 man(1) patch

    Creation Date: 01/01/12

    Post Date: 01/01/23

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.01
            s800: 10.01

    Products: N/A

    Filesets:
            OS-Core.CMDS-MIN

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHCO_23091

    Symptoms:
            PHCO_23091:
            1. man creates unnecessary temporary files.

    Defect Description:
            PHCO_23091:
            1. man command is creating unnecessary files.
            Resolution:
               Code is changed to eliminate creation of
               unnecessary files.

    SR:
            8606140508

    Patch Files:
            /usr/bin/man

    what(1) Output:
            /usr/bin/man:
                    $Revision: 72.8.1.1 $
                    PATCH_10_01: man.o manlib.o 01/01/12

    cksum(1) Output:
            2042332745 24679 /usr/bin/man

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes: None

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHCO_23088:
            s700: 11.00
            s800: 11.00

            PHCO_23089:
            s700: 10.20
            s800: 10.20

            PHCO_23090:
            s700: 10.10
            s800: 10.10

    Patch Package Size: 80 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHCO_23091

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHCO_23091.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHCO_23091. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHCO_23091.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHCO_23091.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions: None
    -----End of Document ID: PHCO_23091------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHCO_23090
    Date Loaded: 20010123
          Title: s700_800 10.10 man(1) patch

    Patch Name: PHCO_23090

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.10 man(1) patch

    Creation Date: 01/01/16

    Post Date: 01/01/23

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.10
            s800: 10.10

    Products: N/A

    Filesets:
            OS-Core.CMDS-MIN

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHCO_23090

    Symptoms:
            PHCO_23090:
            1. man creates unnecessary temporary files.

    Defect Description:
            PHCO_23090:
            1. man command is creating unnecessary files.
            Resolution:
               Code is changed to eliminate creation of
               unnecessary files.

    SR:
            8606140508

    Patch Files:
            /usr/bin/man

    what(1) Output:
            /usr/bin/man:
                    $Revision: 76.3.1.1 $
                    PATCH_10_10: man.o manlib.o 01/01/16

    cksum(1) Output:
            2831515282 24576 /usr/bin/man

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes: None

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHCO_23088:
            s700: 11.00
            s800: 11.00

            PHCO_23089:
            s700: 10.20
            s800: 10.20

    Patch Package Size: 80 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHCO_23090

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHCO_23090.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHCO_23090. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHCO_23090.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHCO_23090.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions: None
    -----End of Document ID: PHCO_23090------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHCO_23089
    Date Loaded: 20010123
          Title: s700_800 10.20 man(1) patch

    Patch Name: PHCO_23089

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.20 man(1) patch

    Creation Date: 01/01/17

    Post Date: 01/01/23

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.20
            s800: 10.20

    Products: N/A

    Filesets:
            OS-Core.CMDS-MIN

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHCO_23089

    Symptoms:
            PHCO_23089:
            1. man creates unnecessary temporary files.

    Defect Description:
            PHCO_23089:
            1. man command is creating unnecessary files.
            Resolution:
               Code is changed to eliminate creation of
               unnecessary files.

    SR:
            8606140508

    Patch Files:
            /usr/bin/man

    what(1) Output:
            /usr/bin/man:
                    $Revision: 78.1.1.1 $

    cksum(1) Output:
            3283769680 24576 /usr/bin/man

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes: None

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHCO_23088:
            s700: 11.00
            s800: 11.00

    Patch Package Size: 80 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHCO_23089

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHCO_23089.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHCO_23089. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHCO_23089.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHCO_23089.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions: None
    -----End of Document ID: PHCO_23089------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHSS_23025
    Date Loaded: 20010122
          Title: s700_800 10.X Fortran90 B.10.20.(19|20|27) cumulative patch

    Patch Name: PHSS_23025

    Patch Description: s700_800 10.X Fortran90 B.10.20.(19|20|27) cumulative patch

    Creation Date: 01/01/11

    Post Date: 01/01/22

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s700: 10.20
            s800: 10.20

    Products:
            FORTRAN90 B.10.20.19
            FORTRAN90 B.10.20.20
            FORTRAN90 B.10.20.27

    Filesets:
            FORTRAN90.FORT90-PRG,B.10.20.19
            FORTRAN90.FORT90-PRG,B.10.20.20
            FORTRAN90.FORT90-PRG,B.10.20.27
            FORTRAN90.FORT90-MAN,B.10.20.19
            FORTRAN90.FORT90-MAN,B.10.20.20
            FORTRAN90.FORT90-MAN,B.10.20.27
            FORTRAN90.F90-JPN-E-MAN,B.10.20.19
            FORTRAN90.F90-JPN-E-MAN,B.10.20.20
            FORTRAN90.F90-JPN-E-MAN,B.10.20.27
            FORTRAN90.F90-JPN-S-MAN,B.10.20.19
            FORTRAN90.F90-JPN-S-MAN,B.10.20.20
            FORTRAN90.F90-JPN-S-MAN,B.10.20.27

    Automatic Reboot?: No

    Status: General Release

    Critical: No

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s700_800/10.X/PHSS_23025

    Symptoms:
            PHSS_23025:
            01)JAGad41375:Compiler asserts on source with large
                          number of tokens.
            02)JAGad39319:Internal Compiler error using +Oopenmp
            03)JAGad41488:Return 0 not handled properly (should
                          be a normal return).
            04)JAGab75257:Fortran90 does not support Complex(16).
                          Should return an error.
            05)JAGad44817:Compiler Internal Error with +Oopenmp.
            06)JAGad43235:Use of PRIVATE directive causes internal
                          compiler abort with bad dictionary
                          reference.

            PHSS_22538:
            01)JAGaa68236: Computation of "s**5." is 2-3 times slower
                           with F90 than F77.
            02)JAGad12935: f90 program generates incorrect results
                           when compiled with -C.
            03)JAGad15427: The compiler aborts using +O3 +Oparallel
                           for programs with a GOTO out of a
                           LOOP_PARALLEL.
            04)JAGad23650: Compiler generates internal error
                           message during assignment of a string
                           field from a constant record substructure.
            05)JAGad30138: Parallel reduction code overwrites static
                           variables in BSS.
            06)JAGad32585: F90 compilation error:
                           Return_U2_Variable_Tag_From_Variable
                           observed when a name list containing
                           objects declared in common is used in a
                           read statement.
            07)JAGad32663: Error 4244 was not generated for OpenMP
                           code as expected when a dynamic variable
                           is used in a "private" clause of the
                           "$omp parallel" directive.
            08)JAGad33376: +DAportable does not work on 11x PA
                           2.0 machines. It produces an executable
                           that will not run on PA 1.1.
            09)JAGad35535: The F90 compiler needs an extension to
                           allow a file to be opened several times
                           using different unit numbers. This
                           switch was in the F77 product as +E5.

            PHSS_22464:
            01)JAGaa68254: Compiler Internal Error referencing
                           f90numtab overflow with large data
                           initialization.
            02)JAGad12934: Compiler Internal Error with (character*(*))
                           when compiling index((text),'TEST').
            03)JAGad15565: IXOR of logical*1 was not supported.
            04)JAGad23380: Customer requests E and G format treatment
                           of leading zeros match f77 compiler output
                           for easier comparison of prior results.
            05)JAGad25820: +fastallocatable caused errors with
                           allocatable arrays that were SAVEd.
            06)JAGad29886: Compiler Internal Error when a module defines
                           a COMMON block and USEs another module that
                           also defines the same COMMON block.

            PHSS_22290:
            01)JAGad10204: Compiler Internal Error with 'write(*)
                           sizeof(1)'
            02)JAGad12719: EQUIVALENCE statements with shared common
                           caused compile time errors.

            PHSS_22112:
            01)JAGad04422: Some OpenMP directives caused compiler
                           internal errors when used with Modules.
            02)JAGad08015: When multiple load options occurred in a
                           single compile line and the later options
                           were shorter than the earlier options,
                           incorrect behavior occurred.
            03)JAGad14842: The zero based getarg solution provided by
                           PHSS_20578 caused incompatiblies for some
                           customers using shared library calls to
                           getarg.
            04)JAGad10257: FSTREAM intrinsic only returns the lower
                           32 bits of FILE *fp pointer. That can
                           cause problems for applications using
                           wide mode (+DA2.0W).
            05)JAGad21776: Hollerith literals that extended beyond
                           a single line behaved differently in
                           f77 +es than with f90 with +extend_source
            06)JAGad23380: Request for closer correspondance of I/O
                           output between f77 and f90.

            PHSS_21787:
            01)JAGac40404: OpenMP runtime routines not yet available
                           (such as omp_get_thread_num, omp_set_lock,
                            omp_unset_lock, omp_test_lock) cause an
                            abnormal exit from the compiler.
            02)JAGac86812: segmentation fault in Fortran90 Front End
                           after invalid alternate return detected.
            03)JAGac89036: use of +fastallocatable building module
                           gives error 8901
            04)JAGad00206: +fastallocatable problem with SPEC 191.fma3d
            05)JAGad00286: compiler abort for legal code with PARAMETER
                           value in a CHARACTER declaration.
            06)JAGad00311: assigning 65535 to an integer*2 generated
                           an error message.
            07)JAGad02360: Parallel reduction overflows were not
                           handled correctly.
            08)JAGad04015: Difference in literal printing between
                           f77 +es and f90 +extend_source.
            09)JAGad04620: Problem with Union overlapping other
                           variables.
            10)JAGad09092: NASTRAN f90 problem +DS2.0W segmentation
                           fault and wrong behavior
            11)JAGad09294: LOGICAL FUNCTION G*1() syntax not accepted
                           by f90, but was accepted by f77.
            12)JAGad12095: OpenMP directive error handling was
                           inadequate.

            PHSS_21485:
            01)JAGab70979: Reshape with negative numbers gives incorrect
                           results.
            02)JAGab75487: Some variables starting with Z in data
                           statements are not handled properly.
            03)JAGac86733: Logical statement function containing
                           floating point gives incorrect results.
            04)JAGad00245: Backend Assert - Unimplemented feature 5172
                           while compiling +O3 +Oparallel for a loop
                           that had a multiple of 2 loop stride.
            05)JAGad00286: When a CHARACTER declaration size is set by
                           a PARAMETER value, the compiler complains
                           that the value was undefined.
            06)JAGad00305: Alternate return arguments in an external
                           subroutine call that was part of an IF
                           statement caused an compiler internal
                           error (8901).
            07)JAGad00306: REAL*4 constants that exceeded the range of
                           REAL*4 variables caused a compiler time error
                           to be generated.
            08)JAGad04026: Need to support OpenMP model of
                           threadprivate.

    Defect Description:
            PHSS_23025:
            01)JAGad41375:Token string table size was limiting number
                          of tokens.
               Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGad39319:The IFBLOCK following the OMPPARALLELDOBLOCK
                          was being read before "insertendompdo" was
                          called.
               Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            03)JAGad41488:Compiler didn't handle return 0 correctly.
               Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            04)JAGab75257:Compiler tried to represent data types in an
                          unsupported format.
               Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            05)JAGad44817:A push routine in DU_directives.c was being
                          called twice when it should only be
                          called once.
               Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            06)JAGad43235:Compiler didn't handle PRIVATE directives
                          correctly.
               Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.

            PHSS_22538:
            01)JAGaa68236: F90 did not inline x**r, where r is a real
                           constant with an integral value.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGad12935: The basic basic block optimizer in the LLO
                           disposed of a store that it incorrectly
                           determined was redundant.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            03)JAGad15427: The optimizer tried to parallelize a loop
                           with multiple exits and aborted. This type
                           of loop cannot be parallelized. The
                           compiler now generates a warning message and
                           continues to compile without parallelizing
                           the loop.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            04)JAGad23650: The compiler was producing an unexpected type
                           of initializer for an array of derived type,
                           when the initial value was an array
                           constructor composed of structure
                           constructors.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            05)JAGad30138: The compiler was using an incorrect memory
                           area when several reduction variables were
                           needed within a loop.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            06)JAGad32585: The compiler did not correctly handle the
                           name list.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            07)JAGad32663: The compiler did not handle this disallowed
                           variable correctly. It now generates the
                           appropriate error message.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            08)JAGad33376: The link process caused 2.0 libraries to get
                           pulled in. We now pull in 1.1 libraries.
              Resolution: Rebuild.
            09)JAGad35535: The compiler now supports +multi_open to
                           allow a file to be used in multiple F90
                           Open statements.
              Resolution: Compile using the new +multi_open compiler
                          switch.

            PHSS_22464:
            01)JAGaa68254: Compiler Internal Error referencing
                           f90numtab overflow with large data
                           initialization. Internal compiler tables
                           were increased in size.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGad12934: Compiler failed to handle an extra set of
                           paratheses in a character variable as an
                           intrinsic argument.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            03)JAGad15565: IXOR of logical*1 was not supported.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            04)JAGad23380: Customer requests E and G format treatment
                           of leading zeros match f77 compiler output
                           for easier comparison of prior results.
                           New switch +io77 added to support this
                           functionality.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler using +io77.
            05)JAGad25820: +fastallocatable caused errors with
                           allocatable arrays that were SAVEd.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            06)JAGad29886: Compiler Internal Error when a module defines
                           a COMMON block and USEs another module that
                           also defines the same COMMON block.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.

            PHSS_22290:
            01)JAGad10204: Compiler failed to handle correctly a
                            constant argument to sizeof.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGad12719: EQUIVALENCE statements with shared common
                           were not handled correctly.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.

            PHSS_22112:
            01)JAGad04422: Some OpenMP directives caused parallel code
                           to be misplaced in the code stream when
                           used with Modules.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGad08015: The load option buffer was not being
                           reinitialized between uses, leaving garbage
                           at the end of the buffer on second and
                           later uses.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            03)JAGad14842: The zero based getarg solution provided by
                           PHSS_20578 caused incompatiblies for some
                           customers using shared library calls to
                           getarg, so PHSS_20578 was superceded.
              Resolution: Zero-based getarg behavior is now the default
                          when recompiling code. (HP f77 compatible
                          and also the method used by most other
                          Fortran vendors). To retain the one-based
                          behavior of earlier versions of f90,
                          recompile with the switch +getarg1.
            04)JAGad10257: FSTREAM intrinsic only returns the lower
                           32 bits of FILE *fp pointer. That can
                           cause problems for applications using
                           wide mode (+DA2.0W).
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            05)JAGad21776: Hollerith literals that extended beyond
                           a single line behaved differently in
                           f77 +es than with f90 with +extend_source.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler using +es switch.
            06)JAGad23380: f90 has different I/O behavior for some
                           cases with G format. New switch added to
                           provide G format that behaves like f77.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler using +gformat77.

            PHSS_21787:
            01)JAGac40404: OpenMP runtime routines not yet available
                           did not give an appropriate error message.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGac86812: Fortran90 Front End did not handle an
                           invalid alternate return appropriately.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            03)JAGac89036: Errors were present in design of
                           fastallocatable option. New design is
                           binary compatible with non-fastallocatable
                           code, so mixed compilation is allowed.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler
            04)JAGad00206: Errors were present in design of
                           fastallocatable option. New design is
                           binary compatible with non-fastallocatable
                           code, so mixed compilation is allowed.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler
            05)JAGad00286: Fortran Front End did not handle PARAMETER
                           values in CHARACTER declarations properly.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            06)JAGad00311: assigning 65535 to an integer*2 did not
                           allow for unsigned value representation.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            07)JAGad02360: HLO did not use cpslib 'rover' feature for
                           parallel reduction overflow
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            08)JAGad04015: f90 +extend_source blindly extended the
                           line with blanks while with +es, f77
                           trimmed the line to match the blanks in
                           the source file.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler using the new
                          flag +es instead of +extend_source.
            09)JAGad04620: Unions not at the start of structures were
                           incorrectly handled.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            10)JAGad09092: Assigned format labels in wide mode were not
                           handled correctly.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            11)JAGad09294: LOGICAL FUNCTION G*1() syntax not accepted
                           by f90, but was accepted by f77.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            12)JAGad12095: OpenMP directives did not handle several
                           cases appropriately. These were resolved.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.

            PHSS_21485:
            01)JAGab70979: Integer exponentiation of negative numbers by
                           negative numbers was incorrectly implemented.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            02)JAGab75487: While implemented the 'Z' hex data format
                           extension for DATA statements to better
                           support existing f77 code, the parser was
                           incorrectly changed to not distingish between
                           variables and hex values starting with Z.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            03)JAGac86733: When logical statement functions contained
                           floating point code, the result register was
                           not set properly.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            04)JAGad00245: The HLO phase encoded a nonexistent
                           arithmetic left shift instead of the correct
                           logical left shift.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            05)JAGad00286: The parser was not making PARAMETER values
                           available to CHARACTER declarations.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            06)JAGad00305: Alternate return arguments were not handled
                           correctly for some cases.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            07)JAGad00306: Users desired that out of range REAL*4
                           constants in f90 match the behavior of f77.
                           f90 generated an error message while f77
                           replaced out of range constants with the
                           largest representable REAL*4 constant.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.
            08)JAGad04026: The OpenMP model of threadprivate needed to
                           be mapped to the HP model of thread private.
                           Also, warnings were added to state that
                           unnamed critical sections are not supported
                           yet.
              Resolution: Recompile with new compiler.

    SR:
            0000000000

    Patch Files:
            /opt/fortran90/bin/f90
            /opt/fortran90/lbin/f90com32
            /opt/fortran90/lbin/f90com64
            /opt/fortran90/lib/nls/msg/C/f90.cat
            /opt/fortran90/lib/nls/msg/C/f90com.cat
            /opt/fortran90/share/man/man1.Z/f90.1
            /opt/fortran90/share/man/ja_JP.eucJP/man1.Z/f90.1
            /opt/fortran90/share/man/ja_JP.SJIS/man1.Z/f90.1
            /opt/fortran90/lib/libF90.a
            /opt/fortran90/lib/pa2.0/libF90.a

    what(1) Output:
            /opt/fortran90/bin/f90:
                    HP-UX f90 20010112 (092602) B3907DB/B3909DB PHSS_23
                            025 B.10.20.28
                    HP F90 v2.4.11
                    /usr/lib/libc: $Revision: 76.3 $
            /opt/fortran90/lbin/f90com32:
                    HP F90 v2.4.11
                    HP-UX SLLIC/OPTIMIZER UX.11.01.96 (ROSE): 11/16/98
                    HP aC++ B3910B A.01.19.02 Classic Iostream Library
                    HP aC++ B3910B A.01.19.02 Language Support Library
                    Ucode Code Generator - UX11.01.04(GS IB4) (PACG - No
                            vember 16, 1998)
                    HP-UX f90com32 20010112 (145525) B3907DB/B3909DB PH
                            SS_23025 B.10.20.28
                    Copyright (c) 1993-2000 EPCL. All Rights Reserved.
                    EPC Fortran-95 Version FFE15.3(S) HP:240500:103937
                    Ucode-2 - UCODE2_UX11.01_STABLE(v2.1) (October 19, 1
                            998)
                    High Level Optimizer - UX.11.00.981019 (UX11.01-CURR
                            ENT) [-DHLO_RELEASE +noeh -z +O2] - 11-Jan-2
                            001.15:51
                    /usr/lib/libc: $Revision: 76.3 $
            /opt/fortran90/lbin/f90com64:
                    HP F90 v2.4.11
                    HP-UX SLLIC/OPTIMIZER UX.11.01.96 (ROSE): 11/16/98
                    HP aC++ B3910B A.01.19.02 Classic Iostream Library
                    HP aC++ B3910B A.01.19.02 Language Support Library
                    Ucode Code Generator - UX11.01.04(GS IB4) (PACG - No
                            vember 16, 1998)
                    HP-UX f90com64 20010112 (150742) B3907DB/B3909DB PH
                            SS_23025 B.10.20.28
                    Copyright (c) 1993-2000 EPCL. All Rights Reserved.
                    EPC Fortran-95 Version FFE15.3(S) HP:240500:103937
                    Ucode-2 - UCODE2_UX11.01_STABLE(v2.1) (October 19, 1
                            998)
                    High Level Optimizer - UX.11.00.981019 (UX11.01-CURR
                            ENT) [-DHLO_RELEASE +noeh -z +O2] - 11-Jan-2
                            001.15:51
                    /usr/lib/libc: $Revision: 76.3 $
            /opt/fortran90/lib/nls/msg/C/f90.cat:
                    None
            /opt/fortran90/lib/nls/msg/C/f90com.cat:
                    None
            /opt/fortran90/share/man/man1.Z/f90.1:
                    None
            /opt/fortran90/share/man/ja_JP.eucJP/man1.Z/f90.1:
                    None
            /opt/fortran90/share/man/ja_JP.SJIS/man1.Z/f90.1:
                    None
            /opt/fortran90/lib/libF90.a:
                    None
            /opt/fortran90/lib/pa2.0/libF90.a:
                    None

    cksum(1) Output:
            170703278 380928 /opt/fortran90/bin/f90
            277134211 12210176 /opt/fortran90/lbin/f90com32
            2832799078 12251136 /opt/fortran90/lbin/f90com64
            1092444091 13566 /opt/fortran90/lib/nls/msg/C/f90.cat
            841414113 107821 /opt/fortran90/lib/nls/msg/C/f90com.cat
            2442469604 20835 /opt/fortran90/share/man/man1.Z/f90.1
            3164154648 23523 /opt/fortran90/share/man/ja_JP.eucJP/
                    man1.Z/f90.1
            3691255110 23549 /opt/fortran90/share/man/ja_JP.SJIS/man1.Z/
                    f90.1
            1762576006 4048400 /opt/fortran90/lib/libF90.a
            339499933 4330148 /opt/fortran90/lib/pa2.0/libF90.a

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies: None

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes:
            PHSS_22538 PHSS_22464 PHSS_22290 PHSS_22112 PHSS_21787 PHSS_21485

    Equivalent Patches: None

    Patch Package Size: 32700 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHSS_23025

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHSS_23025.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHSS_23025. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHSS_23025.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHSS_23025.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions: None
    -----End of Document ID: PHSS_23025------------------------------------------


    Document ID: PHKL_23172
    Date Loaded: 20010122
          Title: s800 10.20 ptrace cumulative patch

    Patch Name: PHKL_23172

    Patch Description: s800 10.20 ptrace cumulative patch

    Creation Date: 01/01/18

    Post Date: 01/01/22

    Hardware Platforms - OS Releases:
            s800: 10.20

    Products: N/A

    Filesets:
            OS-Core.CORE-KRN

    Automatic Reboot?: Yes

    Status: General Release

    Critical:
            Yes
            PHKL_23172: HANG

    Path Name: /hp-ux_patches/s800/10.X/PHKL_23172

    Symptoms:
            PHKL_23172:
            (SR: 8606172359 CR: JAGad41619)
            On a multi-processor system, ptrace of a process by multiple
            processes can fail. This can lead sometimes to process or
            system hangs.

            This defect was introduced with the patch this patch
            supersedes (PHKL_21432) and can only bee seen on
            multi-processor systems.

            PHKL_21432:
            (SR: 5003352484 CR: JAGaa11895)
            Debuggers attempting to work with a child process of a
            process already under debug fail. The failure is reported
            at the moment the child process to be debugged is forked.
            The following is an example of the error that DDE may
            report:

            "kernel internal error: Process events (fork, vfork, exit,
            exec) will not be reported."

    Defect Description:
            PHKL_23172:
            (SR: 8606172359 CR: JAGad41619)
            Code paths exists which can leave an alpha semaphore locked
            on exit.

            Resolution:
            Calls to ptrace now make sure that alpha semaphores are
            correctly released for all code paths.

            PHKL_21432:
            (SR: 5003352484 CR: JAGaa11895)
            When a process under debug forks out a new child process,
            the debugger, if asked to do so, will also attempt to fork a
            new debugger for the child process. Since the PT_ATTACH for
            the child process occurs when the child process has not yet
            even run, certain variables have not yet been set and
            additional debugger commands fail to work properly.

            Resolution:
            In order to get the debugged child process to go through the
            proper path and initialize the apropriate variables, this
            process is now forced to go from TSSTOP to TSRUN. To
            accomplish this correctly, extra synchronization in the
            PT_ATTACH code executed by the debugger was added. This
            extra synchronization allows the debugged child process to
            complete its initialization before the debugger is allowed
            to continue.

    SR:
            5003352484 8606172359

    Patch Files:
            /usr/conf/lib/libhp-ux.a(pm_ptrace.o)

    what(1) Output:
            /usr/conf/lib/libhp-ux.a(pm_ptrace.o):
                    pm_ptrace.c $Date: 2001/01/17 16:13:10 $ $Revision:
                            1.6.98.27 $ PATCH_10.20 (PHKL_23172)

    cksum(1) Output:
            720242899 16448 /usr/conf/lib/libhp-ux.a(pm_ptrace.o)

    Patch Conflicts: None

    Patch Dependencies:
            s800: 10.20: PHKL_16751

    Hardware Dependencies: None

    Other Dependencies: None

    Supersedes:
            PHKL_21432

    Equivalent Patches:
            PHKL_23171:
            s700: 10.20

    Patch Package Size: 80 KBytes

    Installation Instructions:
            Please review all instructions and the Hewlett-Packard
            SupportLine User Guide or your Hewlett-Packard support terms
            and conditions for precautions, scope of license,
            restrictions, and, limitation of liability and warranties,
            before installing this patch.
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            1. Back up your system before installing a patch.

            2. Login as root.

            3. Copy the patch to the /tmp directory.

            4. Move to the /tmp directory and unshar the patch:

                    cd /tmp
                    sh PHKL_23172

            5a. For a standalone system, run swinstall to install the
                patch:

                    swinstall -x autoreboot=true -x match_target=true \
                            -s /tmp/PHKL_23172.depot

            By default swinstall will archive the original software in
            /var/adm/sw/patch/PHKL_23172. If you do not wish to retain a
            copy of the original software, you can create an empty file
            named /var/adm/sw/patch/PATCH_NOSAVE.

            WARNING: If this file exists when a patch is installed, the
                     patch cannot be deinstalled. Please be careful
                     when using this feature.

            It is recommended that you move the PHKL_23172.text file to
            /var/adm/sw/patch for future reference.

            To put this patch on a magnetic tape and install from the
            tape drive, use the command:

                    dd if=/tmp/PHKL_23172.depot of=/dev/rmt/0m bs=2k

    Special Installation Instructions:
            This patch depends on base patch PHKL_16751 .
            For successful installation, please ensure that PHKL_16751
            is in the same depot with this patch, or PHKL_16751 is
            already installed.
    -----End of Document ID: PHKL_23172------------------------------------------