Portmaster binary package upgrade question
glarkin at FreeBSD.org
Fri Feb 10 22:45:51 UTC 2012
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I'm in the midst of building a system to use Tinderbox and FreeBSD jails
to keep them up to date as new port updates are committed to the tree.
I created some meta-ports in /usr/ports/local/misc to record
dependencies and be able to install one top-level port that pulls in all
other required ports.
I'm now testing the ability to run an upgrade with portmaster once a new
package set is built, and I'm using this command:
pkgtester# env INDEXDIR=/tmp
portmaster -PP -v --update-if-newer --index-only server-web\*
===>>> Currently installed version: server-web-0.201202071358
===>>> Port directory: /usr/ports/local/misc/server-web
===>>> Gathering dependency list for local/misc/server-web from INDEX-8
===>>> Starting dependency check
===>>> Checking dependency: www/apache22
===>>> Update failed
===>>> Aborting update
As you can see, there's not a lot to go on. My INDEX-8 file has my
local ports included in it, so I think the dependency list is OK:
pkgtester# grep ^server-web INDEX-8 | cut -f1 -d\|
If I change the package name above from server-web\* to apache\*, it
works fine, so it seems to be an issue with my local meta-ports.
Does anyone have an idea where to look to troubleshoot the problem?
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