On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 08:12:25PM -0400, Joe wrote:
> Kris Kennaway wrote:
> >On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 06:14:32PM -0400, Joe wrote:
> >>I don't have access to the system right now, but after the sysinstall I 
> >>looked at some of the files in /bin and saw that most had a date of May 
> >>6, 2006 (or thereabouts) so I assumed that meant the binary upgrade had 
> >>been successful.  How can I verify that the actual kernel was upgraded? 
> >> Also, I haven't been able to locate much information about a binary 
> >>upgrade in the Handbook.  The only reference was in the INSTALL.htm in 
> >>the release directory.
> >
> >ls -l /boot/kernel
> The .ko files have a Nov 3 2005 date, whereas the files in /boot 
> including the kernel directory have a May 6 2006 date.  I take it that 
> Nov 3 means 6.0-RELEASE since the announcement was done on Nov 4.  So, I 
> guess I'm back to the question of how to do a binary upgrade from 6.0 to 
> 6.1 (and particularly where is this documented).  Should I attempt 
> another sysinstall Upgrade?

Show me 

sysctl kern.version

and the output of a failed package fetch.


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