Keeping -CURRENT up to date with Poudriere
amutu at amutu.com
Tue Jun 20 02:29:19 UTC 2017
I use -m url=SOMEURL to setup 12-CURRENT jail,like this:
poudriere jail -c -j 12current-20170619 -m url=
When update, I just delete the old jail and setup another new one.
2017-06-20 5:24 GMT+08:00 Matt Smith <matt.xtaz at gmail.com>:
> On Jun 19 23:14, Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
>> On Jun 19, 2017, at 20:24, Ben Lavery-Griffiths <ben.lavery at hashbang0.com>
>>> Thanks very much,
>>> I’ll look into doing similar.
>> What I do is to have STABLE and CURRENT jails using the svn method.
>> Then "poudriere jail -u" takes care of the update.
> Why bother having the system compile it twice? If you use -m src=/usr/src
> then it will just use the already built STABLE world from your host build.
> Easy way to make it synced to the live system. And poudriere jail -u still
> works fine to update it.
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