6 Replies Latest reply: Apr 15, 2014 7:29 AM by 1058971 RSS

    For how long approximately will the Studio site be down?

    1058971

      We planned Solaris Studio install for the last weekend after receiving the certificates on Friday night, but the site and repository were down for an unknown reason.

      It is still down and we cannot access the key/certificates again, or the installation instructions.

      Does anyone know when the site will be back up?

       

      The site we are trying to access is http://pkg-register.oracle.com/ and it is linked from Oracle Solaris Studio Downloads</title><meta name="Title" content="Oracle Solaris Studio Downloa…

        • 1. Re: For how long approximately will the Studio site be down?
          Blm-Oss-Oracle

          Suggest:

           

          This site is experiencing technical difficulty. We are aware of the issue and are working as quick as possible to correct the issue.

          We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

          To speak with an Oracle sales representative: 1.800.ORACLE1.

          To contact Oracle Corporate Headquarters from anywhere in the world: 1.650.506.7000.

          To get technical support in the United States: 1.800.633.0738.

          • 3. Re: For how long approximately will the Studio site be down?
            Blm-Oss-Oracle

            FYI:  As already suggested, this is an Oracle issue beyond the control of Solaris Studio.  This has been directly confirmed with the gatekeepers for all downloads from http://pkg-register.oracle.com/

             

            Thanks for your patience.

            • 4. Re: For how long approximately will the Studio site be down?
              1058971

              Right now the site is working and we logged in, downloaded the certificates and tried to follow the installation instructions. We got stuck at step 3 Add the publisher. When we issued the command below, it returned an error. What is the correct command we should use?

               

              # pkg set-publisher \

              >        .    -k /var/pkg/ssl/Oracle_Solaris_Studio.key.pem \

              >        .    -c /var/pkg/ssl/Oracle_Solaris_Studio.certificate.pem \

              >        .    -G '*' -g https://pkg.oracle.com/solarisstudio/release solarisstudio

              pkg set-publisher: only one publisher name may be specified

              Usage:

                      pkg set-publisher [-Ped] [-k ssl_key] [-c ssl_cert]

                          [-g origin_to_add|--add-origin=origin_to_add ...]

                          [-G origin_to_remove|--remove-origin=origin_to_remove ...]

                          [-m mirror_to_add|--add-mirror=mirror_to_add ...]

                          [-M mirror_to_remove|--remove-mirror=mirror_to_remove ...]

                          [-p repo_uri] [--enable] [--disable] [--no-refresh]

                          [--reset-uuid] [--non-sticky] [--sticky]

                          [--search-after=publisher]

                          [--search-before=publisher]

                          [--search-first]

                          [--approve-ca-cert=path_to_CA]

                          [--revoke-ca-cert=hash_of_CA_to_revoke]

                          [--unset-ca-cert=hash_of_CA_to_unset]

                          [--set-property name_of_property=value]

                          [--add-property-value name_of_property=value_to_add]

                          [--remove-property-value name_of_property=value_to_remove]

                          [--unset-property name_of_property_to_delete]

                          [--proxy proxy to use]

                          [publisher]

              root@solarisvm:~#

              • 5. Re: For how long approximately will the Studio site be down?
                Blm-Oss-Oracle

                Can you try executing this as a single cmd line?  Rather than with the backslashes.  

                • 6. Re: For how long approximately will the Studio site be down?
                  1058971

                  By this time we figured that a barely visible dot in the middle of white space between > and - caused that.

                  You should fix the instructions on your web site and remove the invisible characters that get copied into the clipboard when command is selected.

                  I am sure we are not the first or last who stepped into this trap by simply copying and pasting the command from http://pkg-register.oracle.com/ but we might be the only one vocal about it.