fernan at iib.unsam.edu.ar
Mon Aug 23 05:19:31 PDT 2004
I'm updating textproc/expat2 in one of our machines, and I'm
following the procedure recommended in UPDATING:
portupgrade -fr textproc/expat2
However, in the middle of the process, we had to shutdown
the machine. It had already processed (i.e. built and
installed) 44 ports.
Since there are a lot of things that depend on expat this
takes a while. Also, since I'm using '-f' this means that if
something happens and I need to start again, all of the
affected ports will be compiled and installed again ...
Now my question: is it possible to somehow restart from
where it started? (I have the list of the 44 ports that are
Thanks in advance,
Fernan Aguero - fernan at iib.unsam.edu.ar
Phone: +54 11 4580-7255/7 ext 310, Fax: +54 11 4752-9639
Check http://genoma.unsam.edu.ar/~fernan for more info.
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