Portupgrade, -CURRENT & SMP
rsh.lists at comcast.net
Mon Aug 8 22:30:33 GMT 2005
Adam K Kirchhoff wrote:
> I have three machines which I just upgraded from 5.4 to -CURRENT. They
> are two SMP desktops and a UP laptop.
> After building world and installing, I started to run portupgrade on my
> systems. On the laptop, everything has been running smoothly.. On both
> SMP systems, portupgrade hangs. top shows the ruby18 process stuck in
> the *vnode state. On one machine, which I can't physically access, it's
> been this way for hours. I can't ssh into this machine, and only have
> access to sessions that were connected before the hang. On my home
> machine (which I can physically access), I've been able to log in on the
> virtual consoles and reboot when this happens (though it's not ever able
> to sync all buffers and cleanly unmount /). It's now happened with 5 or
> 6 consecutive attempts at portupgrade on this machine. The most recent
> time this happened, on a hunch, I built a UP kernel, rebooted, and tried
> portupgrade again. It's now been running for two hours without hanging
> (previous record was less than five minutes).
> I've googled around a bit for this problem, but haven't come across
> anythign yet. Has anyone seen this before? I'll gladly submit a pr,
> but I'm just looking for more idea, or maybe some confirmation from
> others who have seen this.
> freebsd-current at freebsd.org mailing list
> To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscribe at freebsd.org"
Using an old kernel I cvsup'd my system to
FreeBSD tardis.mydomain.net 7.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 7.0-CURRENT #0: Mon Aug
8 06:25:58 EDT 2005
and portupgrade is no longer hanging on my SMP system.
More information about the freebsd-current