Mon, 19 Jun 2006 14:29:17 +0200, Max Belushkin wrote: > I just portupgrade'd portupgrade on a FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE to > portupgrade 2.0.1 (2006/06/18), and right after this pkgdb fails on > all operations, i.e.: > pkgdb -fu > [Rebuilding the pkgdb <format:bdb1_btree> in /var/db/pkg ... - 63 > packages found (-0 +63) > Operation not permitted: skipping... > . > Operation not permitted: skipping... > . > ... etc. > Operation not permitted: Cannot update the pkgdb!]
> Naturally, portupgrade itself now fails to do anything. I've googled > for the "Operation not permitted" error in pkgdb, but I could not find > any useful pointers to the source of the problem. Any help is much > appreciated. Now portupgarde is back to stable 2.1.1 version. Update you ports tree. ,---- | Subject: cvs commit: ports/sysutils/portupgrade Makefile distinfo | ports/sysutils/portupgrade/files patch-bin-portsclean patch-bin-portupgrade | patch-lib-pkgdb.rb patch-lib-pkgtools.rb | From: Sergey Matveychuk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], cvs-all@FreeBSD.org | X-Sent: 11 minutes, 17 seconds ago | | sem 2006-06-19 12:41:58 UTC | | FreeBSD ports repository | | Modified files: | sysutils/portupgrade Makefile distinfo | Added files: | sysutils/portupgrade/files patch-lib-pkgtools.rb | Removed files: | sysutils/portupgrade/files patch-bin-portsclean | patch-bin-portupgrade | patch-lib-pkgdb.rb | Log: | - Roll back to stable 2.1.1 version. | I'd like to wait a repocopy but marcus seems will unaccessible for a week. | | Revision Changes Path | 1.224 +4 -5 ports/sysutils/portupgrade/Makefile | 1.164 +3 -3 ports/sysutils/portupgrade/distinfo | 1.3 +0 -11 ports/sysutils/portupgrade/files/patch-bin-portsclean (dead) | 1.6 +0 -28 ports/sysutils/portupgrade/files/patch-bin-portupgrade (dead) | 1.2 +0 -25 ports/sysutils/portupgrade/files/patch-lib-pkgdb.rb (dead) | 1.1 +20 -0 ports/sysutils/portupgrade/files/patch-lib-pkgtools.rb (new) `---- -- Andrey Slusar _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"