pkg thinks kernel is old
bengt.ahlgren at ri.se
Thu Oct 10 13:44:28 UTC 2019
Ronald Klop <ronald-lists at klop.ws> writes:
> Van: Bengt Ahlgren <bengt.ahlgren at ri.se>
> Datum: woensdag, 9 oktober 2019 23:38
> Aan: stable at freebsd.org
> Onderwerp: pkg thinks kernel is old
>> I've ran into this on my 11.3-STABLE system:
>> # uname -K
>> # pkg update -f
>> Updating ivyp repository catalogue...
>> Fetching meta.txz: 100% 560 B 0.6kB/s 00:01 Fetching
>> packagesite.txz: 100% 410 KiB 419.9kB/s 00:01 Processing
>> entries: 0%
>> Newer FreeBSD version for package zziplib:
>> To ignore this error set IGNORE_OSVERSION=yes
>> - package: 1103000
>> - running kernel: 1102509
>> Ignore the mismatch and continue? [Y/n]:
>> I build my own packages with poudriere, and have just switched from an
>> 11.2-REL to an 11.3-REL jail. I didn't force-upgrade everything after
>> the switch, perhaps that's needed to make pkg recognise the correct
>> kernel version?
> This message of pkg is misleading.
> It looks at /bin/sh or something like that for the version. And prints
> that as the 'kernel' version. So if you did an incremental build and
> /bin/sh was not changed the version stays the same.
> To fix it you can do a clean buildworld/installworld.
That might well be it - I've done some buildworld:s with -DNO_CLEAN
lately. I'll test - thanks for the tip!
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