sudo port -d selfupdate errors
Juan Manuel Palacios
jmpp at macports.org
Fri Jun 15 14:27:34 PDT 2007
I changed a lot of stuff on our base sources on svn last night and
worked on the new rsycn server, so I expect a little turmoil before
things settle down again and start working seamlessly.
I guess the main issue is that DNS entries still haven't propagated
from the old rsync server to the new one. I'll see to that personally
but I'm sure once that's through everything should be fine again!
Give us some time and we'll post with a status update on the
problem, thanks for your patience!
On Jun 15, 2007, at 12:31 PM, paul beard wrote:
> On Jun 15, 2007, at 6:16 AM, Bill Hernandez wrote:
>> Any ideas, what I need to do to correct these errors other than
>> not use the "-d" flag ?
> I don't think that would correct them: that would be akin to
> sticking black tape over the warning lights in your car ;-)
> Your output should look something like this:
> white:~ root# port -d selfupdate
> DEBUG: Rebuilding the MacPorts base system if needed.
> DEBUG: Synchronizing dports tree(s)
> sent 77 bytes received 263980 bytes 16003.45 bytes/sec
> total size is 14730546 speedup is 55.79
> DEBUG: MacPorts base dir: /opt/local/var/db/dports/sources/
> DEBUG: Setting user: root
> DarwinPorts base version 1.442 installed
> DEBUG: Updating using rsync
> receiving file list ... done
> sent 22803 bytes received 13465 bytes 5579.69 bytes/sec
> total size is 2093103 speedup is 57.71
> Downloaded MacPorts base version 1.442
> The MacPorts installation is not outdated and so was not updated
> DEBUG: Setting ownership to root
> selfupdate done!
> Paul Beard
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