It is safe to build ports for 7.0 from a 6.3 chroot?
bc at default.co.yu
Tue Mar 4 12:07:30 UTC 2008
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| Minimize downtime of services provided by ports?
| Jose: take a look at Tinderbox - it does exactly what you want to do:
| ports for OS release X on OS release Y, using chroot. If you're unsure
| your own method, because of OSVERSION or similar, do it using Tinderbox.
IMHO, the usual procedure described in handbook will satisfy 95% of
upgrade scenarios. Others can install compat6x port right after (or
In any case, be free to try whatever scenario works for you, but I would
~ not like to be the one who inherits server with such 'messy-upgrade' :|
bc at default.co.yu http://default.co.yu/~bc
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