Updating suse 9 0 to 9 2

updating suse 9 0 to 9 2-53

SERVER:~ # cat /etc/issue SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10.2 Kernel \r (\m), \l SERVER:~ # SERVER:~ # cat /etc/Su SE-release SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64) VERSION = 10 PATCHLEVEL = 4 SERVER:~ # SERVER:/etc # rpm -V sles-release S.5.... devices=/dev/hda 2 | Yes | Yes | Ya ST | SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2-20110317-171027 | nfs://123.123.123.123/usr/sys/inst.images/Linux/Su SE/SLES10_x86_64/10.2 SERVER:/etc # uname -r 2.6.16.60-0.91.1-smp SERVER:/etc # SERVER:~ # rpm -qi glibc Name : glibc Relocations: (not relocatable) Version : 2.4 Vendor: SUSE LINUX Products Gmb H, Nuernberg, Germany Release : 31.95.1 Build Date: Mon Sep 19 2011 Install Date: Sun Mar 18 2012 Build Host: macintyre Group : System/Libraries Source RPM: glibc-2.4-31.95.1rpm Size : 5141247 License: BSD 3-Clause; GPL v2 or later; LGPL v2.1 or later Signature : DSA/SHA1, Mon Sep 19 2011, Key ID a84edae89c800aca Packager : : : Standard Shared Libraries (from the GNU C Library) Description : The GNU C Library provides the most important standard libraries used by nearly all programs: the standard C library, the standard math library, and the POSIX thread library. For SLES you need to check which repositories are configured in yast.

T c /etc/motd SERVER:/etc # zypper sl # | Enabled | Refresh | Type | Name | URI -- --------- --------- ------ ----------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 | No | No | Ya ST | SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 | cd:///?

This shows your kernel to be a SLES10 SP4 released on 2011-10-28. I think it is worth to look into this a bit deeper... No, from the output in update 1 I'd say you've got the SP2 repositories configured.

I don't know enough of SLES specifics to explain how you got the 10.4 release rpm installed though.

You likely need to backup all your 'data' and all of your 'configuration files' [typically inside /etc] and your /home and then do a fresh install and re-install EVERY THING.

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