Those who are members of this group will not willingly reveal when the new version will hit the streets. Those who know will not risk their
privileges. The transfer from the "in group" to the "out group" can
be a painful one!
Yes. Can't get patches, may as well install a new version if it ever comes
> Something somebody made some offhand remark about 18 months ago that
> may come out in the 2H of 2012, and zero talk of it after that?
Right, I was expecting it by now.
> I wouldn't hold my breath for it.
I think they need to put out something and call it final, just so everyone
can believe it's actually happening. The half-assed way they've been dealing
with things since they dropped Express is really not very impressive.
> OOTH, Solaris 11.1 is available now, even for non-contract updates.
Yes, but some of us still run older SPARC boxes that worked fine on Express
and didn't even boot with SOL11.
On Thu, 1 Nov 2012 20:42:33 +0000 (UTC), John D Groenveld
> In article <slrnk94utg.11i.r...@tryfan.lan>,
> Paul Floyd <r...@127.0.0.1> wrote:
>>Of course you can get patches. If you happen to have supported hardware
>>and are willing to part with $1000 per CPU per year.
Am Montag, 29. Oktober 2012 16:42:16 UTC+1 schrieb Fritz Wuehler:
> Does anybody know?
Now (Feb 2013) it might be coming soon indeed, cause Oracle distributed "place holder patch" 147442-01, which always coincidences with a new update release. Found in Readme of this patch: "7144719 create S10U11 feature KU placeholder patch", more evidence neccessary? ;-)