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Mon Mar 8 13:22:52 UTC 2010
# pkg_db -F
- that will auto-fix versions collisions between dependencies - it may help
2010/3/8 n dhert <ndhertbsd at gmail.com>
> MySQL and Postgresql appear in the freebsd with many different versions.
> Normally ports have only one version (the latest) and you upgrade with
> Sometimes a mysql-client or postgresql-client is installed as a dependency
> of another port,
> (e.g. a Davical install today installed postgresql-client-8.2.15_1 as a
> dependency whereas
> postgresql-server already has a 8.3 and 8.4 version in the ports now)
> Is it save to install the newest server version?
> or should one install the same version as the client one already has ?
> Both for mysql and postgresq server, the corresponding client is a
> I e.g. you already have mysql-client-5.0.90 but no mysql server yet, and
> mysql-server-5.5.2., will it install mysql-client-5.5.2 alongside the
> existing mysql-client-5.0.90
> or upgrade it ?
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