cvs commit: ports/databases/innotop Makefile distinfo

QAT at QAT at
Sun May 23 00:27:48 UTC 2010

The Restless Daemon identified a PLIST error while trying to build:
 innotop-1.7.2 maintained by skreuzer at
 Makefile ident: $FreeBSD: ports/databases/innotop/Makefile,v 1.9 2010/05/22 19:15:50 skreuzer Exp $

Excerpt from :

===>  Checking if databases/innotop already installed
Installing /usr/local/man/man1/innotop.1
Installing /usr/local/bin/innotop
===>   Compressing manual pages for innotop-1.7.2
===>   Registering installation for innotop-1.7.2
====================<phase 7: make package>====================
===>  Building package for innotop-1.7.2
tar: lib/perl5/site_perl/5.10.1/ Cannot stat: No such file or directory
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors.
pkg_create: make_dist: tar command failed with code 256
Creating package /tmp/packages/All/innotop-1.7.2.tbz
Registering depends: p5-DBD-mysql-4.013 mysql-client-5.0.90 p5-DBI-1.61.1 p5-Data-Dumper-2.126 p5-Storable-2.21 p5-Term-ReadKey-2.30 perl-5.10.1_1.
Creating bzip'd tar ball in '/tmp/packages/All/innotop-1.7.2.tbz'
*** Error code 1

Stop in /a/ports/databases/innotop.
Deleting innotop-1.7.2
pkg_delete: file '/usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.10.1/' doesn't exist
pkg_delete: couldn't entirely delete package (perhaps the packing list is
incorrectly specified?)

=== Checking filesystem state
Deleting p5-Term-ReadKey-2.30
Deleting p5-Data-Dumper-2.126
Deleting p5-DBD-mysql-4.013
Deleting mysql-client-5.0.90
Deleting p5-DBI-1.61.1
Deleting p5-Storable-2.21
Deleting perl-5.10.1_1
Removing stale symlinks from /usr/bin...
    Removing /usr/bin/perl
    Removing /usr/bin/perl5
Cleaning up /etc/make.conf... Done.
Cleaning up /etc/manpath.config... Done.

=== Checking filesystem state after all packages deleted
build of /usr/ports/databases/innotop ended at Sun May 23 00:27:43 UTC 2010

PortsMon page for the port:

The build which triggered this BotMail was done under
tinderbox-3.3_3; dsversion: 3.2.1 on RELENG_8 on amd64, kern.smp.cpus: 8
with tinderd_flags="-nullfs -plistcheck -onceonly" and ccache support, with the
"official" up-to-date Ports Tree, with the following vars set:

A description of the testing process can be found here:

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