'loadable library and perl binaries are mismatched' rebuilding ports after upgrade to 12.0-BETA2 r339930
ronald-lists at klop.ws
Wed Oct 31 19:00:24 UTC 2018
On Wed, 31 Oct 2018 11:55:59 +0100, Raúl <raul at b2n.org> wrote:
> Coming from 11.2p4, using sources, everything went fine and is already
> running without noticeable problem. Mariadb101 had some known problem so
> after trying well documented workaround on it's rc.d script it finally
> get promoted to Mariadb102 ...
> *Great work*, version 12 already feels smooth, performant, snappy ...
> well rounded.
> Before deleting old-libs I tried a 'portmaster -Raf' and there is where
> I'm getting into trouble. This installation has survived three server
> boxes and in the meantime (since FreeBSD version ~6) lots of big changes
> on the ports tree have happened. It has more than 800 ports installed so
> it's a bit complex setup. I try everything on this box. Maybe I broke
> some port dependencies, or I miss something, I'm not sure. Build fails
> for me with:
> Dumper.c loadable library and perl binaries are mismatched (got
> handshake key 0xd480080, needed 0xe180080)
> It can be on Dumper.c, vxs.c ... and others.
> No matter how I try always get stuck on this perl mismatch.
> I have no ports / portmaster tricks left to try, can anyone give me a
What version of perl is being upgraded to what version?
In /usr/ports/UPDATING there are instructions on how to update perl using
> Thanks in advance.
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