"make index" after latest cvsup of ports tree seg faults
stacey at vickiandstacey.com
Sat Apr 5 12:25:50 PST 2003
On Sat, 2003-04-05 at 20:54, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 05, 2003 at 08:39:17PM +0100, Stacey Roberts wrote:
> > On Sat, 2003-04-05 at 20:32, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> > > About the only thing I can think of is if you've got a few more chunks
> > > of ports than is really healthy listed in your cvsup refuse file.
> > I've not actually *touched* the refuse file at all. Here's what that
> > file looks like on this system:
> > /usr/share/examples/cvsup $ ls -la refuse
> > -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 307 Mar 22 12:25 refuse
> Uh --- that's just an example file. The active file would be
> /usr/sup/refuse, which is empty by default. Or it might be
> non-existent. Either way same difference: it shouldn't cause the sort
> of problem you're seeing.
Yes, that's what I was just thinking myself:-)
> > As I mentioned, nothing customised here at all. I always make sure to
> > run as close to defaults here as I can.., makes for easier gathering of
> > information without having to analyze through amendments &
> > customizations.
> Very sound thinking. But that leaves me even more perplexed as to why
> you're having problems. About the only thing I can suggest is just to
> re-cvsup and try again.
I'll do that. Here's what I'll be doing for good measure:
1] rm -rf /usr/ports/*
3] Portupgrade any ports that might need updating
4] Run "make index"
Thanks for taking the time, I'll let you know how it goes.
B.Sc (HONS) Computer Science
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