Hi,
I have installed OES Sp2 on an IBM x236 Server. This Server has an
unsurported RAID Controller, so I have to expand the install
commandline like this:

brokenmodules=aic7xxx insmod=a320raid

Then I press F6 to include a driver update from disk (a320raid driver
from IBM)

After the install everything worked fine until i did a

-rug pin patch-11147
rug pin patch-11371
rug pin oes:*-

Now the new kernel was installed and i rebooted.

After the reboot the raiddriver seemed to be missing in the initrd.

In the original setup the driver was found under
/lib/modules/2.6.5-7.244-bigsmp/kernel/drivers/scsi/a320raid/a320raid.ko

But in the new filesystem that one was missing under
/lib/modules/2.6.5-7.276-bigsmp/kernel/drivers/scsi/

So I guess mkinitrd did not include that driver.

How to solve that ?


Second question (is somewhere in a manual for sure)
An unpatched server shows me the following ssh patches:

| oes | patch-11248 | urgent | SUSE CORE |
Security update for OpenSSH
| oes | patch-11279 | urgent | SUSE CORE |
Security update for OpenSSH
| oes | patch-11295 | urgent | SUSE CORE |
Security update for OpenSSH

I can't use -rug pin oes:*- to patch (because of the kernel). The Point
is that there a more than one patches.
Should I update every patch like this:
-rug pin patch-11248
rug pin patch-11279
rug pin patch-11295-

is
-rug pin patch-11295-
sufficient ?

is
-rug pin patch-11295-
-rug pin patch-11279-
-rug pin patch-11248-
harmfull (could be some NCP patches too....)?


Thanks for your help.


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SReinders