q at galgenberg.net
Tue Feb 7 10:12:11 PST 2006
> On my notebook "portupgrade -a" does nothing for 30 minutes before it
> starts updating ports. The cpu load is maxed the whole time.
> On another machine it only takes 15 minutes before starting updates.
> Anyway, I remember it starting after a couple of seconds, so I guess
> something goes wrong with parsing the dependencies. Either the latest
> portupgrade is buggy or there is an inconsistency in the ports.
portupgrade might go and rebuild the INDEX using 'make index', try
running verbose or keep an eye on top(1) or pstree(1) to see what's
Also, how many ports do you have installed? What hardware?
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