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On Sun, Sep 2, 2012 at 11:54 PM, Izaac <izaac%setec.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 03:30:29PM -0500, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> On Fri, 31 Aug 2012, Izaac wrote:
> pkg_add: Warning: package `thinyoucareabout-3.14.159nb2718' was built for
> a platform:
> pkg_add: NetBSD/x86_64 5.1 (pkg) vs. NetBSD/x86_64 5.1.2 (this host)
> (Why, pray tell, don't we have binary packages that are actually built
> for the latest release version of the 5.1 branch, i.e. 5.1.2?
This is my fault but take a note that 5.1 packages are being built on
5.1.2, not 5.1 branch.
The value 5.1 comes from LIBKVER_OSRELEASE variable used by libkver.
For 2012Q3 I'l set it to 5.1.2. Nevertheless, the real problem is a pkg_add's
vision on "different archs" and therefore useless warnings.
This problem was discussed some time ago and OBATA Akio
proposed a patch.
> And woe unto ye if you want to try and maintain bulk binary updates.
> The only real tool we have for this kind of thing is pkg_chk.
This is not true. Have you ever tried pkgtools/nih or pkgtools/pkgin?
> And it's not pkg_install.conf friendly.
> Nor does it understand PKG_PATH, if memory serves.
NIH definitely honors PKGPATH if you mean that after installation
installed package's PKGPATH should not change.
> I hate to even offer it as a comparison, but yum
> ::turns, spits:: really does have that whole enterprise-class repository
> thing pretty much down (obvious, SERIOUS caveats aside.)
Again, try to use pkgools/nih.
> [Yes, I agree that updates are so critical to security that responsible
> administrators should be doing these things via manual selection and
> pkg_add -u. And yet.]
> Fourth, database integrity. If I had a nickel for every time I've had
> to pkg_admin rebuild / pkg_admin rebuild-tree because something died
> along the way.
No problem in nih, "pkg_admin rebuid" is run automatically if
something bad happens.
Also, there is "nih verify" for checking pkgdb integrity.
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