This option cannot be combined with By default, the newest version of a package that is compatible with the rest of the image is installed from the first publisher in the publisher search order that offers the package.To explicitly request the newest version, use for the version portion of the package FMRI.
You can also specify the version you want to install in the package FMRI.See Fault Management Resource Identifiers for a description of a package FMRI.If a new boot environment has been created and activated, that is the environment that is booted by default on next reboot if you do not specify the The new BE is a clone of the current BE with the specified install, uninstall, or update changes applied. On the next boot the Boot Environment s11amp will be mounted on '/'. $ pkg list group/feature/amp pkg list: no packages matching 'group/feature/amp' installed$ beadm list BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created -- ------ ---------- ----- ------ ------- s11amp R - 20.75G static 2012-08-06 solaris - - 44.81M static 2010-11-07 solaris11_1 N / 30.04M static 2012-07-25 $ beadm list BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created -- ------ ---------- ----- ------ ------- s11amp R /mnt 20.75G static 2012-08-06 solaris - - 44.81M static 2010-11-07 solaris11_1 N / 30.05M static 2012-07-25 $ pfexec beadm unmount s11amp from being installed.If matching packages are already installed, they are removed as part of this operation.Rejected packages that are the target of group dependencies are placed on the avoid list.
See Avoiding Installing Some Packages in a Group Package for information about the avoid list.
See Installing a New Package for additional description and examples of the effects of the non-global zones concurrently with the global zone.
See Updating Multiple Non-Global Zones Concurrently for an example.
If the package is already installed, the package is updated by installing the newest version of the package that is compatible with the rest of the image from the publisher that provided the currently installed version.
If the image has more than one publisher enabled, you can control which publisher provides a package by setting publisher stickiness and search order or by specifying the publisher in the package FMRI.
Repositories that require a client SSL certificate cannot be used with this option.