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Pinned topic can't install lsvpd-1.6.4-1.ppc64.rpm

‏2011-06-19T16:19:20Z |
OS: RedHat5.5 for PPC

How do I solve this problem , thanks

root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg# rpm -qa |grep sg3
sg3_utils-libs-1.25-5.el5
sg3_utils-libs-1.25-5.el5
sg3_utils-devel-1.25-5.el5
sg3_utils-1.25-5.el5
sg3_utils-devel-1.25-5.el5
root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg# uname -a
Linux redhat5.5 2.6.18-194.el5 #1 SMP Tue Mar 16 22:03:12 EDT 2010 ppc64 ppc64 ppc64 GNU/Linux
root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg# rpm -qa |grep libvp
libvpd-2.1.1-1
root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg# rpm -ivh lsvpd-1.6.4-1.ppc64.rpm
Preparing... ########################################### 100%
file /etc/lsvpd/scsi_templates.conf from install of lsvpd-1.6.4-1.ppc64 conflicts with file from package ppc64-utils-0.11-14.el5.ppc
root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg#

root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg#
root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg# yum install lsvpd*
Loaded plugins: rhnplugin, security
Setting up Install Process
Examining lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc.rpm: lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc
Marking lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc.rpm to be installed
Examining lsvpd-1.6.4-1.ppc64.rpm: lsvpd-1.6.4-1.ppc64
Marking lsvpd-1.6.4-1.ppc64.rpm to be installed
Examining lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc.rpm: lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc
Marking lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc.rpm to be installed
Examining lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc.rpm: lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc
Marking lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc.rpm to be installed
Examining lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc.rpm: lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc
Marking lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc.rpm to be installed
Resolving Dependencies
--> Running transaction check
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.3-1.el5 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.0.so.1 for package: lsvpd
---> Package lsvpd.ppc64 0:1.6.4-1 set to be updated
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.5-1 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.1.so.2 for package: lsvpd
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.8-2 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 for package: lsvpd
--> Processing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.1.so.0 for package: lsvpd
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.9-2 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 for package: lsvpd
--> Running transaction check
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.3-1.el5 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.0.so.1 for package: lsvpd
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.5-1 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.1.so.2 for package: lsvpd
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.8-2 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 for package: lsvpd
---> Package lsvpd.ppc 0:1.6.9-2 set to be updated
--> Processing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 for package: lsvpd
---> Package ppc64-utils.ppc 0:0.13-7.el5 set to be updated
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc from /lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc has depsolving problems
--> Missing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc)
lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc from /lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc has depsolving problems
--> Missing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc)
lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc from /lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc has depsolving problems
--> Missing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.1.so.2 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc)
lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc from /lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc has depsolving problems
--> Missing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.0.so.1 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc)
Error: Missing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.8-2.ppc)
Error: Missing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.1.so.2 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.5-1.ppc)
Error: Missing Dependency: libsgutils2.so.2 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.9-2.ppc)
Error: Missing Dependency: libvpd_cxx-2.0.so.1 is needed by package lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc (/lsvpd-1.6.3-1.el5.ppc)
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
You could try running: package-cleanup --problems
package-cleanup --dupes
rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest
The program package-cleanup is found in the yum-utils package.
root@redhat5.5 DLPAR_For_RedHat5_packeg#