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As of Smart Update 3.3.0, you can no longer use Smart Update to download patches. You must instead log in to My Oracle Support directly to download the appropriate patches. This chapter describes how to do this.
Determine the directory to which you want to download patches. If all machines have internet access, you should download patches to the same directory path on each machine (although this is not required). If you have machines that do not have internet access, download patches to a centralized location, such as a remotely mounted disk or removable media.
On MS-Windows, the patchfile must be a text file, i.e. CR-LF must be used as line endings. A file with LF may give the error: "Assertion failed, hunk, file patch.c, line 343," unless the option '--binary' is given.General Installation Instructions
HPE releases updates, in the form of patches, based on issue resolution and functional enhancements. These updates are an important part of maintaining a system's health. System administrators and other users can keep their operating environment up to date by downloading and installing patches and product update sets.
My Patch Privileges lists your access to patches for various platforms. You have entitled access if your HPE Support Center profile is associated with a valid contract or warranty, by one or more of the following means:
Your access to patches for specific platforms is shown under the Current Patch Access heading. Platforms with a valid contract or warranty list a patch access value of Yes. A patch access value of No indicates that a valid contract or warranty is not linked to your profile and access is unavailable. Click the lock icon to see the access requirements.
Select an OS from the list to reach the patch bundle index. If you know the patch ID, enter it in the search box and click find bundles. Or click a release to see its contents. Multiple bundles are sometimes packaged in the same depot, and must be downloaded as a unit. In this case, the depot name is listed instead of the bundle name.
Click Add to my Patch List to add the bundle. If any of the patches in the bundle have acquired warnings since the bundle's release, you can select replacement patches. A table lists all the patches in the bundle for your reference.
The staging area for downloads, Selected patch list appears when you add to selected patch list from the patch results list or from a patch details page. You can also reach it from My patch list in the left navigation bar.
Each OS and revision combination has one associated patch list. If you used My Uploaded HP-UX System, lists for your uploaded system appear here as well. The lists are separated to facilitate the bundling of patches for a particular system.
Selected patch list also contains patches required by the patches you have already selected. Required patches are considered part of the total solution so are included in the selected patch list.
To validate that patch content has not been tampered with, corrupted or otherwise altered since it was created, file fingerprints are displayed for all content on the download list. These are provided by the patch content creator and are validated by HPE Support Center.
The HPE standard mechanism for file fingerprints is MD5 message digest hashes. The md5sum command is a more secure alternative to the cksum command. It is based on the standard MD5 algorithm which provides 128-bit long fingerprints and which enables you to verify with a very high degree of certainty the integrity of a downloaded package.
In some cases, when patches are downloaded as a zip package using Microsoft Internet Explorer, a "corrupt archive" message appears when trying to unzip the package. This may happen even though there were no error messages during the download and it appears the package was built correctly.
The problem is caused by either a large download timing out on the client side before it starts due to zip ramp up overhead, or the client machine runs out of space mid-download. The problem is unique to Microsoft Internet Explorer, which buffers all downloads. For example, a 5 MB download really requires 10 MB of space during the download. If the download fails, there is no error message but the resulting file is truncated.
After you have uploaded the file you can search for patches, bundles, products, and patch sets applicable to your system. You can also perform a patch assessment to find the set of patches necessary to bring your system to the correct patch level. See Patching HP-UX systems for details (you must be signed in to view it).
The "Assessing patch requirements" feature for HP-UX provides system administrators the ability to upload current system information and run a patch assessment, which determines what if any patches are required to bring the system up to date.
In some cases, WatchGuard Patch Management cannot get a download URL to install a patch automatically. This can occur when a patch requires payment, is not a publicly available patch, or requires user registration to download. For these patches, you can download the patch manually and add it to the patch repository so other computers can install it. To manually add a patch to the repository, you must have the download URL of the patch.
After you mark a patch as manually downloaded, its status changes from Requires Manual Download to Pending (manually downloaded) for all computers that need to install it and the patch can be installed like an automatically downloaded patch. For more information, see Install Patches.
Patch management is important to ensure safety, security, and operational integrity of industrial control products and systems. We encourage you to update your Rockwell Software with any new software patches to keep it current.
These URLs must be allowed access through firewalls or other content blocking methods to properly retrieve patches from the patch vendors. The Qualys Cloud Agent must have access to these URLs to successfully download patches. If you are using a Qualys Gateway Service (QGS) proxy, ensure that it has access to the URLs as well so that it can download and cache the patches.
Note: This patch includes RTMC Run-time and the RTMC Standard Development v5.0. If you are using RTMC Pro 4.3.3 or older and plan to continue creating RTMC projects, we recommend that you upgrade to RTMC Pro 5.0.
In this DocumentPurposeScopeDetails 1. What is Download Access? 2. To download a specific patch, you must have Patch Download Access in your account that matches the Download Access on the patch 3. How to view "Download Access" for a specific patch 4. How to view the "Download Access" values in your My Oracle Support Account (which identifies the types of patches you can download) 5. Common error messages and what they mean ("You do not have privileges to download...") 6. Oracle Lifetime Support Policies 7. Download Access to Contract mapping table 8. What to do if you still have questions after reviewing this document 9. How to contact Oracle Sales and Support Sales 10. How to request a patch via electronic or physical deliveryReferences My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts.
ESXi hosts can be updated by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from VMware Customer Connect. Navigate to Products and Accounts > Product Patches. From the Select a Product drop-down menu, select ESXi (Embedded and Installable) and from the Select a Version drop-down menu, select 6.5.0. Install VIBs by using the esxcli software vib update command. Additionally, the system can be updated by using the image profile and the esxcli software profile update command. For more information, see vSphere Command-Line Interface Concepts and Examples and vSphere Upgrade Guide.
The cumulative patch update executable listed in this article requires, at a minimum, the GA release of Veeam Backup & Replication 12. Any Veeam Backup Server / Veeam Cloud Connect server still running Veeam Backup & Replication 12 RTM must first be updated to GA using the patch on KB4415 before the cumulative patch can be applied.
Qualys Patch Management gives the flexibility to automate patching based on prioritized vulnerability data that helps enterprises address the most critical threats like ransomware. Teams can automatically apply routine patches where risk of creating system instability is low, to reduce time to remediation and free up critical IT and Security resources to focus on strategic tasks. This helps security & IT teams reduce their attack surface, more easily meet SLAs, and reduce manual remediation efforts and costs.
No need to install software on premises or configure open ports and VPNs. Any on-premises workstation and server, or work-from-home (WFH) device with the Qualys Cloud Agent installed can be immediately scanned for missing patches and patched. Anywhere you can put the Qualys Cloud Agent, you can run Qualys Patch Management. When Qualys Patch Management is used with the Qualys Cloud Agent Gateway Service, you can significantly optimize bandwidth usage by caching patches locally on your network.
With remote work now the norm, many organizations struggle to deliver patches to corporate and personal devices when users are working from home or otherwise infrequently connected to the network. Qualys Patch Management allows the patch team to deliver patches to these remote users within hours from the cloud, while avoiding the use of limited VPN bandwidth.
Control and manage reboots. Our patch optimization engine will deploy as many patches as possible before a reboot is enforced. When a reboot is required, end users are given control to defer the reboot until a suitable time. However, Qualys PM can enforce a reboot if needed
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