7.4 -> 8.2
kraduk at gmail.com
Sat Dec 24 00:30:27 UTC 2011
CCache is your friend when updating ports
On Dec 22, 2011 12:48 PM, "Albert Shih" <Albert.Shih at obspm.fr> wrote:
> Le 24/11/2011 à 16:09:01+0100, Albert Shih a écrit
> > Hi all
> > Almost classic question about updating from 7.4 to 8.2.
> > Anyone known if I can temporally run a 7.4 userland+service with 8.2
> > ?
> > I've ask this because I've ~ 15 jail on one server. I can update the
> > pretty fast but with the 15 jail I need some time. And I would like to
> > known if durring this time the jail going to work «normally».
> So I answer to myself.
> Some body tell me it's like
> "My gut reaction was "Are you familiar with the game of Russian Roulette?".
> Well....it's work...almost.
> Here what I do :
> Upgrade kernel and userland from 7.4 to 8.2 on the host.
> Upgrade all userland of my all jail to 8.2
> Until now everything work fine.
> Delete old libs/files/man
> and...apache stop working.
> After do a
> portupgrade -fR apache
> everything work again.
> Be careful the
> portupgrade -f apache
> is not enough. I don't known which ports have some problem but I
> got a SSL error. So first I just update apache. It's not good. Then
> apr, etc...finally I upgrade with «-fR» and everything work again.
> For subversion you need to force upgrade neon too.
> and for who want to ask me : NO I don't play Russian roulette.
> Albert SHIH
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