Dominic Fandrey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > B. Cook wrote: >> Hello All, >> >> I was going to try and update a box from 6.3 to 7 via buildworld all >> 32 bit, nothing 64. >> >> Assuming it should be done like this: >> >> make buildworld >> make buildkernel >> mergemaster -p >> make installkernel >> (reboot) >> (startup on 7 kernel) >> make installworld >> mergemaster (do full mergemaster) >> make installworld >> (reboot) >> >> (make sure all is working in 7 then do it all again; just to be sure) >> make buildworld >> make buildkernel >> make installkernel >> make installworld >> >> >> Sound about right? or too redundant? >> >> Thanks in advance. > > The doing it all again part might bring some very slight performance > improvements due to the compiler change.
It *shouldn't* make any difference; buildworld bootstraps its own compiler as one of the first things it does. None of the steps really need to be done more than once. The redundancy as described isn't harmful, either. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"