Ian D. Leroux <idleroux%fastmail.fm@localhost> writes: > For the last twelve hours or so pkg_rolling-replace -u has been > rebuilding and reinstalling wl-snapshot over and over again (after > successfully updating most of the other packages on my system). The > installation seems to complete successfully every time, and then > pkg_rr just selects wl-snapshot as the next package to update, again. > > I've checked that /var/db/pkg/wl-126.96.36.19990322nb1 contains no > +INSTALLED_INFO file and no mention of the word unsafe or UNSAFE, so I > don't think it's being marked unsafe_depends, and of course > pkg_chk -uq doesn't report it as being out of date (after all, it's > been updated a few dozen times by now). > > I updated my pkgsrc tree from cvs again this morning (so somewhere > around noon GMT) and restarted pkg_rr, the behaviour is the same. > > This is all on NetBSD/amd64 5.0.2 > > Any ideas on where I should start looking for an explanation? pkg_rr builds a dependency list that gets tsorted, and rarely something happens that causes that list to get messed up, resulting in an infinite loop. If you want to debug it, I suggest adding 'set -x' to pkg_rr and running again, saving the output. A few things to check: Do you have any packages with spaces in their names? Does 'pkg_admin check' report any issues? are there any stale/wrong +REQUIRED_BY files? You might copy /var/db/pkg and run "pkg_admin rebuild-tree" and see if anything changes.
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