Single user mode and reboot settings override file

To override single user mode and reboot settings for a particular patch, create an XML file (the default name for this file is sum_reboot_info). After you create the XML file, import it into the Depot and point the patch catalog to this file. 

The following sample file shows the format required for this file:

<solaris-sumreboot-info>
<patch>
<patch-id>113000-07</patch-id>
<reboot-info>rebootafter</reboot-info>
<single-user>singleuser</single-user>
</patch>
<patch>
<patch-id>138194-01</patch-id>
<reboot-info>rebootimmediate</reboot-info>
<single-user>singleusernone</single-user>
</patch>
<patch>
<patch-id>138195-01</patch-id>
<reboot-info>rebootnone</reboot-info>
<single-user>singleuser</single-user>
</patch>
<patch>
<patch-id>138215-01</patch-id>
<reboot-info>reconfigimmediate</reboot-info>
<single-user>singleusernone</single-user>
</patch>
<patch>
<patch-id>138216-01</patch-id>
<reboot-info>reconfigafter</reboot-info>
<single-user>singleuser</single-user>
</patch>
</solaris-sumreboot-info>

Valid values for <reboot-info> are as follows:

rebootnone

Do not reboot

rebootimmediate

Reboot immediately after applying the patch.

rebootafter

Reboot at the end of job execution, after all patches are deployed.

reconfigimmediate

Reconfiguration reboot (reboot and reconfigure system devices) immediately after applying the patch.

reconfigafter

Reconfiguration reboot at the end of job execution, after all patches are deployed.

Valid values for <single-user>are as follows:

singleuser

Install the patch in singleuser mode.

singleusernone

Install the patch in normal mode.

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