Why a Solaris 11 Software Update Library synchronzation break's a pkgrecv task into segments
(Doc ID 1970655.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2019
Applies to:Enterprise Manager Ops Center - Version 12c (12.1) to 12cR4 (12.4) [Release 12.0]
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A question came up, why the Solaris 11 Software Update Library synchronization job breaks pkgrecv tasks into segments.
The job is segmented on empirical data using fmri's "'d*'", "'i*'", "'l*'", "'r*'", "'s*'", "'*'" as these take either the longest time or consume a lot of memory, the last is a catch-all for whatever was missed.
The overall result is a sync of the entire support repo.
It is not uncommon to see the job fail during the sync of some of these chunks, but not all, for example:
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