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your post lacks your current kernel patch level and the installed release. Maybe you have already installed 112233-12 or even a more recent release of Solaris 9. E.g. Solaris 9 4/04 has the initial kernel patch level 112233-12 or Solaris 9/05 kernel patch level 118558-11.
Use uname -a and cat /etc/release to obtain the information.
Edited by: MAAL on 21.09.2010 08:03
Added information regarding initial kernel patch levels.
Thanks for your answer, the output is:
# more /etc/release
Solaris 9 9/05 s9s_u8wos_05 SPARC
Copyright 2005 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Use is subject to license terms.
Assembled 04 August 2005
SunOS esrciwasd01 5.9 Generic_118558-33 sun4u sparc SUNW,Sun-Fire-V490
118558-33 was obsoleted by 118558-39 on 11 Jan 2007. I would recommend to visit the [*Oracle forums*|http://forums.oracle.com/forums/main.jspa] and/or the contract-customer-only patch forum (this is a [*link*|http://blogs.sun.com/patch/entry/patch_forums_now_available_for] to an blog entry describing a procedure to access this "private" forum).
I don't know if it's save to apply the latest Solaris 9 patch cluster. You can use updatemanager or PCA to install missing patches.
[*BigAdmin Feature Article: Patch Management Best Practices*|http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/features/articles/patch_management.jsp]
[*BigAdmin Description - PCA - Patch Check Advanced*|http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/jsp/descFile.jsp?url=descAll/pca__patch_check_ad]