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System Administration Commands                         pkgchk(1M)

     pkgchk - check package installation accuracy

     pkgchk [-l | -acfnqvx]  [-i file] [-p path... |  -P partial-
     path...]   [-R root_path]  [  [  -m  pkgmap  [-e envfile]] |
     pkginst... | -Y category,category...]

     pkgchk -d device [-l | -fv]  [-i file] [-M] [-p path...]  [-
     V fs_file] [pkginst... | -Y category[,category...]]

     pkgchk checks the accuracy of installed files or,  by  using
     the  -l  option,  displays  information about package files.
     pkgchk checks the  integrity  of  directory  structures  and
     files.  Discrepancies  are  written  to standard error along
     with a detailed explanation of the problem.

     The first synopsis defined above is used to  list  or  check
     the contents and/or attributes of objects that are currently
     installed on the system, or in the indicated pkgmap. Package
     names  may be listed on the command line, or by default, the
     entire contents of a machine will be checked.

     The second synopsis is used to list or check the contents of
     a  package  which  has been spooled on the specified device,
     but not installed. Note that attributes  cannot  be  checked
     for spooled packages.

     The following options are supported:

     -a              Audit the file attributes only  and  do  not
                     check  file  contents.  Default  is to check

     -c              Audit the file  contents  only  and  do  not
                     check  file  attributes. Default is to check

     -d device       Specify the device on which a spooled  pack-
                     age  resides. device can be a directory path
                     name or the  identifiers  for  tape,  floppy
                     disk,   or   removable  disk  (for  example,
                     /var/tmp or /dev/diskette).

     -e envfile      Request that the  package  information  file
                     named  as envfile be used to resolve parame-
                     ters noted in the specified pkgmap file.

     -f              Correct file attributes if possible. If used
                     with the -x option, this option removes hid-
                     den files. When pkgchk is invoked with  this
                     option, it creates directories, named pipes,
                     links, and special devices if  they  do  not
                     already exist. If the -d option calls out an
                     uninstalled package, the -f option will only
                     take  effect  if the package is in directory
                     (not stream)  format.  All  file  attributes
                     will be set to agree with the entries in the
                     pkgmap file except that setuid, setgid,  and
                     sticky bits will not be set in the mode.

     -i file         Read a list of path names from file and com-
                     pare  this  list  against  the  installation
                     software database or  the  indicated  pkgmap
                     file.  Path names which are not contained in
                     file are not checked.

     -l              List information on the selected files  that
                     make up a package. This option is not compa-
                     tible with  the  -a,  -c,  -f,  -g,  and  -v

     -m pkgmap       Check the package against  the  package  map
                     file, pkgmap.

     -M              Instruct   pkgchk    not    to    use    the
                     $root_path/etc/vfstab  file  for determining
                     the  client's  mount  points.  This   option
                     assumes  the mount points are correct on the
                     server  and  it  behaves  consistently  with
                     Solaris 2.5 and earlier releases.

     -n              Do not check  volatile  or  editable  files'
                     contents.  This  should  be  used  for  most
                     post-installation checking.

     -p path         Check the accuracy only of the path name  or
                     path  names  listed. path can be one or more
                     path names separated by commas (or  by  whi-
                     tespace, if the list is quoted).

     -P partial-path Check the accuracy of only the partial  path
                     name  or path names listed. partial-path can
                     be one or more partial path names  separated
                     by  commas (or by whitespace, if the list is
                     quoted). This option can be used instead  of
                     -p  and  is  not  compatible  with the other
                     option. This option matches  any  path  name
                     that  contains  the  string contained in the
                     partial path.

     -q              Quiet mode. Do not give messages about miss-
                     ing files.

     -R root_path    Define the full name of a directory  to  use
                     as the root_path. All files, including pack-
                     age system information files, are  relocated
                     to  a  directory tree starting in the speci-
                     fied root_path. The root_path may be  speci-
                     fied  when  installing  to  a  client from a
                     server (for example, /export/root/client1).

     -v              Verbose mode. Files are listed as processed.

     -V fs_file      Specify an alternative fs_file  to  map  the
                     client's  file systems. For example, used in
                     situations where  the  $root_path/etc/vfstab
                     file is non-existent or unreliable.

     -x              Search exclusive  directories,  looking  for
                     files  which  exist that are not in the ins-
                     tallation software database or the indicated
                     pkgmap file.

     -Y category     Check packages based on  the  value  of  the
                     CATEGORY  parameter  stored in the installed
                     or spooled package's pkginfo(4) file.

     pkginst         The package  instance  or  instances  to  be
                     checked. The format pkginst.* can be used to
                     check  all  instances  of  a  package.   The
                     default  is to display all information about
                     all installed packages.

                     The asterisk  character  (*)  is  a  special
                     character  to some shells and may need to be
                     escaped. In the C-Shell, "*"  must  be  sur-
                     rounded  by single quotes (') or preceded by
                     a backslash (\);

     partial-path    A portion of a  path,  such  as  a  file  or
                     directory name.

     Example 1: Using pkgchk for Displaying Package  Installation

     The following example displays package installation informa-
     tion for /usr/bin/ls:

     example% pkgchk -l -p /usr/bin/ls

     Example 2: Checking on Java Font Properties

     The following example displays package installation informa-
     tion for all Java font properties installed on the system.

     example% pkgchk -l -P

     0        Successful completion.

     >0       An error occurred.

     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWcsu                     |

     pkginfo(1), pkgtrans(1), pkgadd(1M), pkgask(1M),  pkgrm(1M),
     pkginfo(4), attributes( 5)

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