carlj at peak.org
Fri Feb 1 23:56:48 UTC 2013
Carl Johnson <carlj at peak.org> writes:
> Kevin Kinsey <kdk at daleco.biz> writes:
>> On Fri, Feb 01, 2013 at 11:51:41AM -0800, Carl Johnson wrote:
>>> I ran freebsd-update to update my 8.1-RELEASE system to 8.3-RELEASE
>>> (freebsd-update -r 8.3-RELEASE upgrade). It downloaded a bunch of
>>> files, asked me to edit some configuration files, showed me long lists
>>> of files that have been changed, added and removed, and then ended with
>>> no status or error indications. The problem is that there appears to be
>>> absolutely NO change in my system that I can find. I have checked /etc,
>>> /bin, and /lib with 'ls -lct | head', but there are no files that have
>>> changed recently. The /var/db/freebsd-update directory has over 500MB
>>> of files it downloaded.
>>> Does anybody have any suggestions on what might have happened and what
>>> can be done?
>>> Carl Johnson carlj at peak.org
>> I'm not looking at the docs ATM, but IIRC you need to run an install
>> step now. Check the docs ... they should tell you.
> Thanks, I just saw that a few minutes ago. I wasn't happy about it so I
> went out for a long walk, but I should have done it before posting.
> I'll try that right after this.
Everything looks good now: 'uname -r' now show '8.3-RELEASE-p3'.
Thanks for the response.
Carl Johnson carlj at peak.org
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