On 1/2/2011 10:09 AM, Eugen Leitl wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 at 10:06:54AM -0500, Jim Pingle wrote:
>> Actually it looks like the packages aren't loading on pfSense.com, which
>> would cause that error. It probably isn't related to the snapshots
>> except that it may be trying (and failing) to reinstall packages after
>> the upgrade.
> FWIF, after take and nuke from orbit (reinstall latest
> snashot .iso) it's Just Working.
> Apparently there's some configuraction cruft accumulating
> on boxes which have been around for a while and been
> updated several times which isn't nuked when reset to
> factory defaults.

If there is, it's probably related to the packages you had installed...
The failure almost certainly had something to do with their inability to
be resync'd after the upgrade.

I think I found the cause of that though, trying to get it going again now.


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