Difference in -v or -d

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at macports.org
Wed Feb 25 21:21:55 PST 2009

On Feb 25, 2009, at 22:09, Scott Haneda wrote:

> I wish I could give you an example, let me try to explain:
> sudo port -v install
> password: ******
> Thats it, that is all I get, it just sits there, nothing, a blank  
> line in the shell, fully stalled.  Next time, I will run `lsof` and  
> `top` and see what is going on.
> I can only recover from the above with a control-c
> After that control-c, if I run the same command, -d instead,  
> immediately, all the debug and info lines are sent to the screen.

As Joshua said, -d prints output that -v does not. So everything may  
be completely normal. How long have you waited at this point? On what  
computer is this? What speed processor and disk? How much memory?  
What port?

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