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Problems Resolved in XCP 3060


Problems Resolved in XCP 3060
The following table lists the problems resolved in XCP 3060.
Table 3-12  Problems Resolved in XCP 3060
RTI No. RTIF2-210118-019
Model SPARC M12-1, SPARC M12-2, SPARC M12-2S
Description When executed, the version command with the -t option specified does not display each version of the CMU firmware (POST/OpenBoot PROM/Hypervisor).
Workaround There is no effective workaround.
RTI No. RTIF2-181211-001
Model SPARC M12-2, SPARC M12-2S
Description After XSCF unit replacement where the SD card is inherited, powering on a physical partition may cause the logical domain time to shift.
This symptom occurs when the setting specifying the XSCF as an NTP client is enabled for the SPARC M12-2 or the 1BB configuration with the SPARC M12-2S.
Workaround There is no effective workaround.
Set the correct time for logical domains when powering on the physical partition after the XSCFU replacement.
RTI No. RTIF2-181211-002
Model SPARC M12-1, SPARC M12-2, SPARC M12-2S
Description If you issue a power-off instruction for a physical partition (PPAR) while PPAR power-on is in progress, the power-off processing may not be immediately executed even though "shutdown started" message is output and it may be executed after 20 hours. As a result, the PPAR may be forcibly powered off while Oracle Solaris is operating.
This symptom occurs when the power-off instruction is issued immediately after the event log displays "POST Diag complete from PPAR." That entry means the completion of the initial diagnosis by POST during PPAR power-on.
Workaround Perform any of the following workarounds:
- To power off the PPAR while it is being powered on, use the -f option to forcibly power it off.

- If the PPAR cannot be powered off, shut down Oracle Solaris on all logical domains after Oracle Solaris startup.
RTI No. RTIF2-181211-003
Model SPARC M12-1, SPARC M12-2, SPARC M12-2S
Description Security fixes.
(CVE-2018-1000120, CVE-2018-0732, CVE-2017-17558, CVE-2017-16531)
For details, see the Oracle website relating to the following:
Critical Patch Updates
Workaround Update the XCP firmware to XCP 3060 or later.