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To the best of my understanding, the only legitimate source of patches is by means of a MOS logon.
If that patch level is indeed not installed, you may be able to get the equivalent revision level by doing what might be considered an over-the-top upgrade to your Solaris environment. Install a newer Solaris 10.
In the mean time, what do you see if you do a:
<pre>showrev -p | grep 118833</pre>
... not sure but there may be differing output for that command as root user versus non-root user.
Edited by: rukbat on Feb 28, 2013 9:07 AM
AFAIK that is an old kernel patch. Before you install the patch read the README
because there is a special installation instruction ( I think you have to install the patch twice or so )
I have verified which version of that patch is currently on my system, and it seems to be version 17:
Does anobody know what I can do in order to retrieve patch version 36?
# showrev -p | grep "118833" Patch: 118833-17 ...
To retrieve patch you should have Oracle support contract.