SLES 10 SP4 update channels showing glibc-debuginfo package but not a glibc package
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SLES 10 SP4
The SLES 10 SP4 channel shows an update for glibc-debuginfo but the install fails because of dependency issues.
Access to the corresponding glibc binaries is provided through the LTSS channel.
Maintenance support for SLE-10-SP4 has
ended and, in general, no binary updates will appear in the standard
SP4 channel. The update channels are configured so that any new binary
released for SLE-10-SP4 will be placed into the LTSS channel while
debuginfo packages are still placed in the standard SP4 channel. So
customers paying for LTSS will get the updated binary from the LTSS
channel and the debuginfo from the standard channel. Customer who
only have access to the standard SP4 channel will see the debuginfo
packages but the various SuSE update mechanisms will not install them
because of a missing binary dependencies. The result being servers
covered by LTSS get the latest updates and the servers covered by
standard maintenance are able to install updates up to the point
where the maintenance for the SP ended.
For questions regarding the product support
lifecycle and the LTSS program please see:
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- Document ID:7016139
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- Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
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