cvsnt (server) crashes on all operations after portupgrade
glarkin at FreeBSD.org
Fri Feb 19 23:53:32 UTC 2010
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Steve Franks wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 4:20 PM, Greg Larkin <glarkin at freebsd.org> wrote:
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>> Steve Franks wrote:
>>> It's all greek to me. I see alot of file doesn't exist errors on .so
>>> libs, but I don't see any of them in the cvsnt dependancies for the
>>> I read something on the list the other day about 8.0-RELEASE-p2 being
>>> 'the security branch'? If so, no idea how I got that, it's probably
>>> the problem, although cvsnt was running on top of it last week until I
>> Hi Steve,
>> What is the output of:
>> pkg_info | grep cvsnt
>> Was your ports tree up to date when you ran portupgrade on cvsnt? The
>> ldd output says that the cvsnt-related .so files are pointing to
>> 2.5.03.2382 versions, but the latest cvsnt port is 2.5.04.3236. If your
>> ports tree was up to date, that situation seems strange to me.
> I tried to downgrade, hence the mismatch. FYI, the downgraded version
> behaves identically, so I'm suspecting something external to cvsnt as
> the culprit.
You wrote that inetd invokes cvsnt. Can you post the relevant
inetd.conf line in case that has anything to do with it?
Also, you mentioned that you csup'd the 8.0-RELEASE source tree, and you
are now running -p2. That seems fine to me, since you are tracking a
release branch + bug fixes.
Can you verify that this sequence of events occurred?
1. Installed some version of 8.0-RELEASE and cvsnt 2.5.03.something.
cvsnt worked fine.
2. Installed 8.0-RELEASE-p2 (new kernel + userland) sources, rebuilt
kernel and userland and rebooted. cvsnt 2.5.03.something continued to
3. Portupgraded cvsnt to 2.5.04.something and now it crashes upon any
Let me know if the steps occurred in a different order than that.
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