system state after freebsd-update and before portugprade -af
utisoft at gmail.com
Tue Jun 15 13:57:14 UTC 2010
You're generally ok until you run make delete-old, which clears out the old
kind and hoses any port linked to them.
Sorry for top-posting, Android won't let me quote. There's a bug report on
On 15 Jun 2010 14:35, "n dhert" <ndhertbsd at gmail.com> wrote:
When doing a major version upgrade of FreeBSD, the last (mandatory) step is
to rebuild and reinstall all third party software (ports)
(# portupgrade -af )
I have a system with 750+ ports, I guess the portupgrade -af will take
something like 30 hours to compile
(on a test system with 425 ports portugprade -af took 15 hours).
What happens in the periode that not every port is yet rebuilt and
Will applications (webserver, print server, X server, and the many other
apps) not be working,
until these ports (and the ports they depend on) will be successfully
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