Date: Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:01:19 UTC
Milan Obuch <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > Hi, > > as I am doing today some maintenance, I am encountering this error. > This would not be worth mentioning, it is easily overridable by > defining ALLOW_UNSUPPORTED_SYSTEM, just I got this error on a > 13.1-STABLE systems built relatively recently, one of them is built on > June 3, 2022... this is extremely prematurely in my eyes. Note this > does not happen on 12.3-STABLE system built on April 10, 2022. Check __FreeBSD_version in /usr/include/sys/param.h or /usr/include/osreldate.h If it's lower than 1301000 you've got a pilot error. > If there really is some important issue in recent 13.1-STABLE system, I > think it should be mentioned and announced somewhere. -CURRENT and -STABLE are moving targets, so ports/ only support the bleeding edge but not any arbitrarily old snapshot (individual maintainers can extend support for a few months but it's not required). If you can't upgrade src/ then don't upgrade ports/ or *locally* revert breaking changes in either tree until your blockers are resolved. Alternatively, -RELEASEs and/or /quarterly have less churn. Note, -STABLE has less QA than -CURRENT by pkg-fallout@. Only /quarterly is tested via https://pkg-status.freebsd.org/?all=1&type=qat And the recent 13.0 cleanup (in 2a09e5b4da7c) didn't propagated to /quarterly yet.