dupclone - Clone Tru64 UNIX cluster
dupclone [-r rootpath] [-k kitpath] [-license]
Identifies the root directory of the cloned operating system.
Identifies the path to the patch kit being installed.
Indicates that you accept the license agreement. A printed copy of the
license agreement is included in the release notes that came with your
The dupclone command installs a Tru64 UNIX patch kit located at kitpath
into an alternate root directory defined by rootpath. The specified
rootpath must be the root directory of a complete identical copy of the
existing Tru64 UNIX operating system, including all members of the cluster.
The dupclone command can only be used on clusters. It is not supported for
use on standalone systems.
The following example shows a typical cloning operation:
# dupclone -r /clone -k /usr/T64/patch_kit -license
You have accepted the license agreement.
Cluster Name: jungle
Member-1: apeman.zoo.com 10.0.0.1
Member-2: safari.zoo.com 10.0.0.2
Checking patch kit for transmission errors during download...
Verifying current software on member 1
Verifying current software on member 2
Creating master inventory of current system...
Getting list of patch subsets to install...
This file captures dupclone activities.