Example of 'normal' cvsup-ports session ?
freebsdQ0 at richardshea.fastmail.fm
Mon Nov 10 00:22:16 PST 2003
On Sun, 9 Nov 2003 23:26:37 -0800, "Kent Stewart" <kstewart at owt.com>
> On Sunday 09 November 2003 10:56 pm, Richard Shea wrote:
> > Could you anyone send me the output from a normal (ie succesful)
> > cvsup-ports session ? I keep getting 'killed' appearing (what I think is)
> > half-way through and I'm beginning to wonder if that's normal - ie is
> > that just cvsup's way of saying 'I'm finished - goodbye' ? Here's an
> > example - does it look normal ? ...
> > trinidad# cvsup -g -L 2 ports-supfile
> > Parsing supfile "ports-supfile"
> > Connecting to cvsup6.au.FreeBSD.org
> > Connected to cvsup6.au.FreeBSD.org
> > Server software version: SNAP_16_1f
> > Negotiating file attribute support
> > Exchanging collection information
> > Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection
> > Running
> > Updating collection ports-all/cvs
> > Edit ports/INDEX-5
> > Add delta 1.7 2003.04.18.22.05.43 kris
> > Add delta 1.8 2003.05.17.12.02.34 kris
> > Add delta 1.9 2003.05.31.23.43.49 kris
> > Add delta 1.10 2003.06.01.23.49.17 kris
> > Add delta 1.11 2003.06.22.12.55.16 kris
> > Add delta 1.12 2003.08.04.10.54.02 kris
> > Add delta 1.13 2003.08.16.01.56.43 kris
> > Add delta 1.14 2003.10.19.07.17.46 kris
> > Killed
> > trinidad#
> > I'll paste cvsup-ports at the bottom of this email in case anyone is kind
> > enough to comment on that.
> Parsing supfile "ports-supfile"
> Connecting to crystal
> Connected to crystal
> Server software version: SNAP_16_1h
> Negotiating file attribute support
> Exchanging collection information
> Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection
> Updating collection ports-all/cvs
> Edit ports/MOVED
> Add delta 1.265 2003.11.09.19.31.43 fjoe
> Edit ports/x11-toolkits/wxgtk2-unicode-contrib/Makefile
> Add delta 1.2 2003.11.09.19.25.48 fjoe
> Shutting down connection to server
> Finished successfully
> There was a lot more inbetween but the appearance is still the same.
> is my local cvs-mirror. You can continue without redoing anything.
> Have you tried different mirrors and do you have a timeout on your
Having just sent the last email I happened to walk past the system
console. There are *a lot* of "swap_pager_getswapspace:failed" messages !
So I think I've found at least part of teh problem ! As I said I only
installed FreeBSD on that machine this afternoon so I'm not sure what's
causing that I'll have to check it out but I don't think it's a CVSUP
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