Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Mark Linimon
 On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
 So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
 checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
 release images per-se ?

Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
sentences that have no qualifying phrases.

9.0 will be *released* when and only when the official, signed, email
goes out.  Everything up until that point is preparation.

mcl
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Arnaud Lacombe
Hi,

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
 On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
 So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
 checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
 release images per-se ?

 Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
 sentences that have no qualifying phrases.

FWIW, this was more a sarcastic sentence pointing out that FreeBSD is
currently officially distributing non-released build in a directory
which might leads users to consider this is the official release, thus
misleading them.

 9.0 will be *released* when and only when the official, signed, email
 goes out.  Everything up until that point is preparation.

ok, I'm a stupid lazy user (obviously)... While browsing the ftp, I
see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory. Do you expect me to consult
freebsd-announce@, verify the signature of the announce, the hash of
the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has been released ? No, I see 9.0
ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been released,
whatever your spreading process is.

Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

 - Arnaud
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Chris Rees
On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
 On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
 So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
 checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
 release images per-se ?

 Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
 sentences that have no qualifying phrases.

 FWIW, this was more a sarcastic sentence pointing out that FreeBSD is
 currently officially distributing non-released build in a directory
 which might leads users to consider this is the official release, thus
 misleading them.

So, a pointless email.

 9.0 will be *released* when and only when the official, signed, email
 goes out.  Everything up until that point is preparation.

 ok, I'm a stupid lazy user (obviously)... While browsing the ftp, I
 see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory. Do you expect me to consult
 freebsd-announce@, verify the signature of the announce, the hash of
 the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has been released ? No, I see 9.0
 ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been released,
 whatever your spreading process is.

 Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

Have you checked the website? The latest supported release is clearly
specified, right in the middle of the home page.

Please don't tell me you'd look in ftp before checking the website.  I
think you're just looking to nitpick.

Chris
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Freddie Cash
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Chris Rees utis...@gmail.com wrote:
 On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 ok, I'm a stupid lazy user (obviously)... While browsing the ftp, I
 see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory. Do you expect me to consult
 freebsd-announce@, verify the signature of the announce, the hash of
 the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has been released ? No, I see 9.0
 ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been released,
 whatever your spreading process is.

 Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

 Have you checked the website? The latest supported release is clearly
 specified, right in the middle of the home page.

 Please don't tell me you'd look in ftp before checking the website.  I
 think you're just looking to nitpick.

And, which is worse:
  1.  tag the release branch, build the ISOs, upload to main FTP
server, wait for the mirrors (FTP, CVS, SVN) to sync, then make the
official announcement which includes a few days/weeks where the
release is available but not official; or
  2.  tag the release branch, build the ISOs, upload to main FTP
server, make the official announcement, user goes to their
favourite/closest mirror, and can't access the release since it hasn't
synced yet

I think people would complain a hell of a lot more about 2 than they
currently do about 1.

Yes, people upgrading via source will see X.Y-RELEASE before it's
officially announced on the website/mailing lists.  Yes, people
browsing ftp.freebsd.org will see X.Y-RELEASE ISOs before it's
officially announced.  Yes, some users will get confused by seeing
X.Y-RELEASE available before the official annoucements.

But, that's a lot better than making an annoucement and having users
unable to use it since it's not available on their local mirrors.

What's annoying, though, is that we have to go through this with every
... single ... minor ... release.  It's not a hard concept, yet every
time there's a new release, people get confused by it.

Is there something that could be done to make it more
streamlined/smoother?  Maybe, maybe not.  Depends.  You'd have to want
to join the RE team to find out more about the current release/mirror
infrastructure.  :)  And then be willing to put in the time/effort to
improve it.  :D

Does all of Arnaud's complaining and nit-picking constitute a request
to volunteer to fix things?  ;)

-- 
Freddie Cash
fjwc...@gmail.com
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Mark Linimon
 On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
 sentences that have no qualifying phrases.

 FWIW, this was more a sarcastic sentence

I am being sarcastic because I am frustrated.

I am frustrated because I am having to repeat myself.

 pointing out that FreeBSD is currently officially distributing
 non-released build in a directory which might leads users to consider
 this is the official release, thus misleading them.

I pointed out no such thing.

I am not misleading anyone, nor is the Project.  You are.

It is not officially distributing.  It won't be officially distributed
until, and only until, the signed email goes out.  This is the third email
in a row where I have made this flat, factual, statement.

Until that time, the contents of various websites is irrelevant.

That mail will not go out until (among other things):

 - the Release Engineering team determines there are no last-minute
   gotchas,

 - all the bits are on all the mirrors, so that users will not go to
   their local mirror, find it not there yet, then pound on the master,
   bringing it to a crawl,

 - the Release Notes are in their final form,

 - a news announcement is in its final form,

and other things that I, not being on re@, am probably not aware of.

These things are the *preparation* steps.  They all have to be in
place to make sure that everything is ready for when the mass downloads
begin.  This is to prevent people who are installing the release from
having a bad experience, e.g., with missing documentation.

  Do you expect me to consult freebsd-announce@, verify the signature
  of the announce, the hash of the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has
  been released ?

That is exactly what I expect.  In fact, I insist on it.  And the reason
I insist on it is because this is the documented procedure, and has been
for at least 14 releases in the last 6 years, and most likely many before
I became active.

  No, I see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been
  released, whatever your spreading process is.

You assumed so, posted, were told it was not correct, and cannot seem
to accept that answer.  I'm sorry, but it's the correct answer, and all
the argumentation in the world will not change that answer.

  Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

Perhaps that's part of the preparatory steps.

mcl
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Mon, Jan 09, 2012 at 01:16:59PM -0500, Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
 Hi,
 
 On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
  On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
  So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
  ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
  checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
  release images per-se ?
 
  Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
  sentences that have no qualifying phrases.
 
 FWIW, this was more a sarcastic sentence pointing out that FreeBSD is
 currently officially distributing non-released build in a directory
 which might leads users to consider this is the official release, thus
 misleading them.

That build is intended to become the official release unless some
last-minute showstopper problem is found. (Unlikely, but has happened before.)

The build is being distributed in advance of the official announcement
to make sure it is available on all mirrors at the moment the
announcement is made.



-- 
Insert your favourite quote here.
Erik Trulsson
ertr1...@student.uu.se
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Kevin Oberman
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 11:36 AM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:

  On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:

   Do you expect me to consult freebsd-announce@, verify the signature
   of the announce, the hash of the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has
   been released ?

 That is exactly what I expect.  In fact, I insist on it.  And the reason
 I insist on it is because this is the documented procedure, and has been
 for at least 14 releases in the last 6 years, and most likely many before
 I became active.


I have been seeing the release is not official until... message since at
least 3.4, so it's hardly new and is unlikely to ever go away. At least
there has been no release announcement on slashdot when the ISOs were
rolled but before the release was ready as has happened more than once in
the past. (Knock on wood!)
-- 
R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
E-mail: kob6...@gmail.com
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Arnaud Lacombe
Hi,

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 1:40 PM, Freddie Cash fjwc...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Chris Rees utis...@gmail.com wrote:
 On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 ok, I'm a stupid lazy user (obviously)... While browsing the ftp, I
 see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory. Do you expect me to consult
 freebsd-announce@, verify the signature of the announce, the hash of
 the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has been released ? No, I see 9.0
 ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been released,
 whatever your spreading process is.

 Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

 Have you checked the website? The latest supported release is clearly
 specified, right in the middle of the home page.

 Please don't tell me you'd look in ftp before checking the website.  I
 think you're just looking to nitpick.

 And, which is worse:
  1.  tag the release branch, build the ISOs, upload to main FTP
 server, wait for the mirrors (FTP, CVS, SVN) to sync, then make the
 official announcement which includes a few days/weeks where the
 release is available but not official; or
  2.  tag the release branch, build the ISOs, upload to main FTP
 server, make the official announcement, user goes to their
 favourite/closest mirror, and can't access the release since it hasn't
 synced yet

3. tag the release[0], build the ISOs, upload then to main FTP and
mirrors but restrict visibility[0], announce the release, make the
build visible everywhere.

At worse, fall-back on #2 with peer-to-peer distribution.

If some steps in that process do not exist, create them.

 - Arnaud

 I think people would complain a hell of a lot more about 2 than they
 currently do about 1.

 Yes, people upgrading via source will see X.Y-RELEASE before it's
 officially announced on the website/mailing lists.  Yes, people
 browsing ftp.freebsd.org will see X.Y-RELEASE ISOs before it's
 officially announced.  Yes, some users will get confused by seeing
 X.Y-RELEASE available before the official annoucements.

 But, that's a lot better than making an annoucement and having users
 unable to use it since it's not available on their local mirrors.

 What's annoying, though, is that we have to go through this with every
 ... single ... minor ... release.  It's not a hard concept, yet every
 time there's a new release, people get confused by it.

 Is there something that could be done to make it more
 streamlined/smoother?  Maybe, maybe not.  Depends.  You'd have to want
 to join the RE team to find out more about the current release/mirror
 infrastructure.  :)  And then be willing to put in the time/effort to
 improve it.  :D

 Does all of Arnaud's complaining and nit-picking constitute a request
 to volunteer to fix things?  ;)

 --
 Freddie Cash
 fjwc...@gmail.com
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Arnaud Lacombe
Hi,

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 1:27 PM, Chris Rees utis...@gmail.com wrote:
 On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
 On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
 So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
 checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
 release images per-se ?

 Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
 sentences that have no qualifying phrases.

 FWIW, this was more a sarcastic sentence pointing out that FreeBSD is
 currently officially distributing non-released build in a directory
 which might leads users to consider this is the official release, thus
 misleading them.

 So, a pointless email.

as is linimon@'s.

 9.0 will be *released* when and only when the official, signed, email
 goes out.  Everything up until that point is preparation.

 ok, I'm a stupid lazy user (obviously)... While browsing the ftp, I
 see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory. Do you expect me to consult
 freebsd-announce@, verify the signature of the announce, the hash of
 the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has been released ? No, I see 9.0
 ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been released,
 whatever your spreading process is.

 Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

 Have you checked the website? The latest supported release is clearly
 specified, right in the middle of the home page.

 Please don't tell me you'd look in ftp before checking the website.  I
 think you're just looking to nitpick.

I did look the ftp before the website. It is an irrelevant source of
information as I assume none of that stuff to be up-to-date. re@ has
an unimpressive track record about information update.

 - Arnaud
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-09 Thread Chris Rees
On 9 January 2012 21:06, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 1:27 PM, Chris Rees utis...@gmail.com wrote:
 On 9 January 2012 18:16, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
 On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:
 So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
 checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
 release images per-se ?

 Excellent!  You've shown the ability to understand flat, declarative,
 sentences that have no qualifying phrases.

 FWIW, this was more a sarcastic sentence pointing out that FreeBSD is
 currently officially distributing non-released build in a directory
 which might leads users to consider this is the official release, thus
 misleading them.

 So, a pointless email.

 as is linimon@'s.

 9.0 will be *released* when and only when the official, signed, email
 goes out.  Everything up until that point is preparation.

 ok, I'm a stupid lazy user (obviously)... While browsing the ftp, I
 see 9.0 ISOs in a `releases' directory. Do you expect me to consult
 freebsd-announce@, verify the signature of the announce, the hash of
 the ISOs, etc. to consider that 9.0 has been released ? No, I see 9.0
 ISOs in a `releases' directory, I assume it has been released,
 whatever your spreading process is.

 Btw, none of the CHECKSUMS files are signed on the FTP.

 Have you checked the website? The latest supported release is clearly
 specified, right in the middle of the home page.

 Please don't tell me you'd look in ftp before checking the website.  I
 think you're just looking to nitpick.

 I did look the ftp before the website. It is an irrelevant source of
 information as I assume none of that stuff to be up-to-date. re@ has
 an unimpressive track record about information update.

Ridiculous assumption.

I don't know who in re@ upset you so much, but you seriously need to
get over it and stop trying to prove they're idiots.

Constructive feedback is welcome, deliberately finding fault with
strange things is not.

Chris
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-08 Thread Arnaud Lacombe
Hi,

On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
 Hello,
  Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, [...]
Has 9.0 been released ?

I cannot find any announcement, especially on freebsd-announce@,
[9.0TODO] has not been updated, there is no ISO image in [0], but
there is in [3], dated from Jan 5th 2012 and `origin/releng/9.0'
appeared in the .

Thanks,
 - Arnaud

[9.0TODO]: http://wiki.freebsd.org/Releng/9.0TODO
[0]: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ISO-IMAGES-amd64
[1]: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ISO-IMAGES/9.0/
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-08 Thread Eitan Adler
On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 7:22 PM, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
 Hello,
  Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, [...]
 Has 9.0 been released ?

I believe nearly all the release work is done and we are just waiting
until the isos propagate to the mirrors before we announce the
release. I could be totally off base though.

-- 
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-08 Thread Mark Linimon
On Sun, Jan 08, 2012 at 07:26:47PM -0500, Eitan Adler wrote:
 On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 7:22 PM, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
  Hi,
 
  On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
  Hello,
   Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, [...]
  Has 9.0 been released ?

9.0 will, and only will, be released when an announcement is made on
freebsd-annou...@freebsd.org, containing such things as verified
checksums.

Any information sent before that happens is not canonical.

mcl
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-08 Thread Arnaud Lacombe
Hi,

On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 7:30 PM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
 On Sun, Jan 08, 2012 at 07:26:47PM -0500, Eitan Adler wrote:
 On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 7:22 PM, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
  Hi,
 
  On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
  Hello,
   Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, [...]
  Has 9.0 been released ?

 9.0 will, and only will, be released when an announcement is made on
 freebsd-annou...@freebsd.org, containing such things as verified
 checksums.

So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
release images per-se ?

 - Arnaud
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-08 Thread Bjoern A. Zeeb
On 9. Jan 2012, at 01:04 , Arnaud Lacombe wrote:

 Hi,
 
 On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 7:30 PM, Mark Linimon lini...@lonesome.com wrote:
 On Sun, Jan 08, 2012 at 07:26:47PM -0500, Eitan Adler wrote:
 On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 7:22 PM, Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,
 
 On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 5:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
 Hello,
  Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, [...]
 Has 9.0 been released ?
 
 9.0 will, and only will, be released when an announcement is made on
 freebsd-annou...@freebsd.org, containing such things as verified
 checksums.

Correct.


 So you are saying that FreeBSD is currently providing on
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub images tagged as being 9.0 RELEASE (with
 checksum provided), in a `releases' directory, which are not actually
 release images per-se ?

s/providing/seeding/

Some of them have actually been replaced the last days.
However it will only affect people running sysinstall on the DVD images.
The installed result of the base wasn't changed, just a missing file added to
the image as you could guess given there was no further commits to
release/9.0.0 in SVN.

There's also torrents to be started, yadda yadda yadda and some other people
working really hard to get all things finished and loose ends together and
if they are lucky in between all of this there is an hour or two for a
weekend and them having a life.

Be patient and wait for the mail maybe somewhen in the upcoming week.

/bz

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   It does not matter how good you are. It matters what good you do!
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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-06 Thread Peter
 On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 2:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
 Hello,
  Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, svn the latest stable/9 sources,
 built/installed kernel/world and did pkg_add - It is still by default
 pointing at -current:

 pkbsdpkg:#uname -a
 FreeBSD pkbsdpkg 9.0-STABLE FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE #0 r229599: Thu Jan  5
 10:23:52 MST 2012     pe...@pkbsd.pk.pb:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC
 amd64
 pkbsdpkg:#echo $PACKAGESITE

 pkbsdpkg:#pkg_add -r test
 Error: Unable to get
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9-current/Latest/test.tbz:
 File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
 pkg_add: unable to fetch
 'ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9-current/Latest/test.tbz'
 by URL
 pkbsdpkg:#


 pkbsdpkg:#pwd
 /usr/src/usr.sbin/pkg_install
 pkbsdpkg:#grep -R packages-9 *
 add/main.c:     { 90, 900499, /packages-9.0-release },
 add/main.c:     { 90, 999000, /packages-9-current },

 ???

 On a fresh 9-release install works properly:
 9.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE #0: Tue Jan 3 07:46:30 UTC 2012
 r...@farrell.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64
 [15:10] igormolko: pkg_add -r test
 Error: Unable to get
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9.0-release/Latest/test.tbz:
 File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
 pkg_add: unable to fetch
 'ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9.0-release/Latest/test.tbz'
 by URL

 svn up / c[v]sup your tree. It was recently merged/fixed by kensmith.
 Thanks,
 -Garrett

Not for stable/9 [__FreeBSD_version 900500+:

pkbsd:#pwd
/usr/src
pkbsd:#svn up
Updating '.':
At revision 229701.
pkbsd:#svn info
Path: .
Working Copy Root Path: /usr/src
URL: http://svn.freebsd.org/base/stable/9
Repository Root: http://svn.freebsd.org/base
Repository UUID: ccf9f872-aa2e-dd11-9fc8-001c23d0bc1f
Revision: 229701
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: kib
Last Changed Rev: 229695
Last Changed Date: 2012-01-06 04:06:15 -0700 (Fri, 06 Jan 2012)

pkbsd:#grep -R packages-9  /usr/src/usr.sbin/pkg_install/*
/usr/src/usr.sbin/pkg_install/add/main.c:   { 90, 900499,
/packages-9.0-release },
/usr/src/usr.sbin/pkg_install/add/main.c:   { 90, 999000,
/packages-9-current },


]Peter[

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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-06 Thread Ken Smith
On Fri, 2012-01-06 at 07:16 -0700, Peter wrote:
 Not for stable/9 [__FreeBSD_version 900500+:

Sorry for the delay cleaning that up.  It should be fixed as of
r229748.

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Re: stable/9 still looking for packages at 9-current

2012-01-05 Thread Garrett Cooper
On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 2:12 PM, Peter fb...@peterk.org wrote:
 Hello,
  Installed 9-RELEASE amd64, svn the latest stable/9 sources,
 built/installed kernel/world and did pkg_add - It is still by default
 pointing at -current:

 pkbsdpkg:#uname -a
 FreeBSD pkbsdpkg 9.0-STABLE FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE #0 r229599: Thu Jan  5
 10:23:52 MST 2012     pe...@pkbsd.pk.pb:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC
 amd64
 pkbsdpkg:#echo $PACKAGESITE

 pkbsdpkg:#pkg_add -r test
 Error: Unable to get
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9-current/Latest/test.tbz:
 File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
 pkg_add: unable to fetch
 'ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9-current/Latest/test.tbz'
 by URL
 pkbsdpkg:#


 pkbsdpkg:#pwd
 /usr/src/usr.sbin/pkg_install
 pkbsdpkg:#grep -R packages-9 *
 add/main.c:     { 90, 900499, /packages-9.0-release },
 add/main.c:     { 90, 999000, /packages-9-current },

 ???

 On a fresh 9-release install works properly:
 9.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE #0: Tue Jan 3 07:46:30 UTC 2012
 r...@farrell.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64
 [15:10] igormolko: pkg_add -r test
 Error: Unable to get
 ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9.0-release/Latest/test.tbz:
 File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
 pkg_add: unable to fetch
 'ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9.0-release/Latest/test.tbz'
 by URL

svn up / c[v]sup your tree. It was recently merged/fixed by kensmith.
Thanks,
-Garrett
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