"Michael Lee(HINET)" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Hi,
> 
> After cvsupping the port tree ( originally installed by FreeBSD 5.1 Release
> CD ),
> I tried to do a portupgrade -acCv last night.
> Everything seems to be upgraded fine except for Apache.
> 
> The originally installed apache is apache-1.3.27_4. The portupgrade attempts
> to upgrade it from
> apache-1.3.27_4 to apache-1.3.28.
> 
> Should I command portupgrade -f apache to force it update to the new version
> ?
> Or will it be better for me to first uninstall apache then do portupgrade -N
> apache ?
> 
> Since I also installed mod_fastcgi, mod_php4, mod_gzip, and phpMyAdmin
> previously,
> I think these packages depends on apache.
> 
> Any suggestion ?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> 
> Here is the error message I got.
> 
> Stop in /usr/ports/www/apache13.
> ** Command failed [exit code 1]: /usr/bin/script -qa /tmp/portupgrade5405.2
> make WITH_APACHE_SUEXEC=yes reinstall
> egrep: /var/db/pkg/apache-1.3.27_4/+CONTENTS: No such file or directory
> --->  Restoring the old version
> ** Fix the installation problem and try again.
> [Updating the pkgdb <format:bdb1_btree> in /var/db/pkg ... - 78 packages
> found (-0 +1) . done]
> --->  Skipping 'www/mod_fastcgi' (mod_fastcgi-2.2.12) because 'www/apache13'
> (apache-1.3.27_4) failed
> --->  Skipping 'www/mod_php4' (mod_php4-4.3.1,1) because 'www/apache13'
> (apache-1.3.27_4) failed
> --->  Skipping 'www/mod_gzip' (mod_gzip-1.3.26.1a) because 'www/apache13'
> (apache-1.3.27_4) failed
> --->  Skipping 'databases/phpmyadmin' (phpMyAdmin-2.3.2) because
> 'www/mod_php4' (mod_php4-4.3.1,1) failed
> ** The following packages were not installed or upgraded (*:skipped /
> !:failed)
>         ! www/apache13 (apache-1.3.27_4)        (install error)
>         * www/mod_fastcgi (mod_fastcgi-2.2.12)
>         * www/mod_php4 (mod_php4-4.3.1,1)
>         * www/mod_gzip (mod_gzip-1.3.26.1a)
>         * databases/phpmyadmin (phpMyAdmin-2.3.2)

Your package-database entry for Apache is corrupt.  Either of your
suggestions ('portupgrade -f' or deleting and rebuilding) should work,
but I would tend to do it by hand to keep a closer eye on it (in case
something else goes wrong, primarily).  Your choice.
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