Upgrading packages - portupgrade confusion
kayasaman at gmail.com
Sat Sep 11 22:47:46 UTC 2010
I have 2 servers one production and another test.
The test machine's packages however, seem to be older then the
production machines one's even though I built the production system a
few months ago.
I used the: portupgrade command in order to try to upgrade the ports nad
re-install the packages only the same versions seem to be compiling???
I ran: portupgrade -ai
on the base system as the system where these packages are installed into
is a FreeBSD jail.
The ports in question are these:
tomcat-6.0.29 Open-source Java web server by Apache, 6.x branch
postgresql-client-8.2.17_1 PostgreSQL database (client)
postgresql-server-8.2.17_1 The most advanced open-source database
Which on my newer test system show up as such:
postgresql-client-8.2.13 PostgreSQL database (client)
postgresql-server-8.2.13 The most advanced open-source database
tomcat-6.0.20_1 Open-source Java web server by Apache, 6.x branch
I don't understand this 100%???
I would like the versions to be the same as the production system since
I have a postgres-Tomcat connector which doesn't work on the test setup
as my Tomcat webapp isn't being displayed!!
Can I do anything about this??
I don't even know why it is like this although I must admit that it has
been an exceptionally long day and am really suffering from fatigue now
which might be a contributor but I can't tell.....
Can anyone give me any advise??
Many thanks and best regards,
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