>From: Giorgos Keramidas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
   >To: pura life CR <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
   >CC: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   >Subject: Daily FreeBSD updates (was: Re: priority on rc script caused
   panic)
   >Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 10:57:24 +0300
   >
   >On 2004-07-19 10:58, pura life CR <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
   > >Giorgos Keramidas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
   > >> I regularly (almost daily) upgrade my CURRENT installation and
   the
   > >> set of commands I use when the single user shell fires up is:
   > >>
   > >> adjkerntz -i # allow system time updates to work
   > >> swapon -a # enable all swap partitions
   > >> fsck -p # check any filesystems that need it
   > >> mount -u / # remount root fs as read-write
   > >> mount /usr # mount /usr as read-write
   > >>
   > >> cd /usr/src # upgrade sequence
   > >> make installworld #      - // -
   > >> mergemaster #      - // -
   > >
   > > This should not be done.
   > >
   > > You dont really need to upgrade daily, you are just overloading
   freebsd
   > > cvsup servers.
   >
   >That's not true...
   >
   >I'm running FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT.  Keeping a local CVS mirror which is
   >updated once a day and test build/run on my machine is the least I
   can
   >do to help in testing the -CURRENT branch.  The mirror I use is the
   one
   >that is closest to me (cvsup2.gr.freebsd.org).

   [snip]

   My comment is still applicable. If you just run a  cvs mirror,
   just fetch the source code. You dont need to test to know whether if
   compiles or not. I think noone really helps to freebsd by compiling
   the source code every day looking for errors. It is better to test and
   contribute code.


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References

   1. http://g.msn.com/8HMBES/2752??PS=47575
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