>From "man portupgrade"... 

1) Try a "pkgdb -fu"
2) If it doesn't work, remove the database file at
    (/var/db/pkg/pkgdb.db) and
3)  Rerun "pkgdb -fu" 

Hope this helps...

--
Bryan


Joshua Lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: 
   I am setting up a new system and ran a portupgrade -a. Unfortunately I
   also in my arrogance tried to run XDM while the portupgrade was
   running. Well to make a long story short I could not exit out of XDM
   and get back to my console and had to reboot the system. Now I get an
   error that my pkgdb is corrupt when I try to rerun the portupgrade.



   Is there a way to rebuild that DB or do I have to reinstall the whole
   OS? I don't know how that pkgdb gets created so I don't know if it is
   created during the install or when I installed portupgrade.



   Any advice is welcome. Thanks.
   Sincerely,
   Joshua Lewis
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