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Re: pkg_add failed for Perl (during a pkg_chk -u)
Apparently the trick worked!
I removed the perl directory since it was the only one without the
+CONTENTS file, then run a pkg_admin check and then a pkg_chk -u and
pkg_admin -rebuild and it seems ok.
However I did not have a crash of the system. The only thing I note is
that the system seems to be really slow on building readme and index
(I posted another thread for this since I don't believe it is
On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 5:26 PM, Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost> wrote:
> Luca Ferrari <fluca1978%infinito.it@localhost> writes:
>> Thanks for the suggestion, but it did not provide much more help to me:
>> # pkg_admin -v check
>> pkg_admin: can't open /var/db/pkg/perl-5.14.2nb5/+CONTENTS: No such
>> file or directory
> Basically your installation is damaged. Did you have a crash?
> So first, make a backup :-) Then, the following may help, but you may
> end up with no packages.
> Look in /var/db/pkg. If you find directories with no +CONTENTS, then
> rm -rf them. This removes the record of the package being installed.
> Keep a list of packages that you do this to.
> Run "pkg_admin check". Keep looking for broken /var/db/pkg dirs and
> removing them. pkg_admin rebuild-tree and pkg_admin rebuild may be
> helpful as well (you may find that you have packages listed in
> +REQUIRED_BY that are not installed).
> Then, install pkg_rolling-replace, read the man page, and read the
> archives for all the discussion about it :-). (I find that 'make
> update' is too scary.) Do 'make package' for packages that you removed
> the db directory for.
> Or, make a list of all the packages you want, and
> back up /usr/pkg/etc
> rm -rf /usr/pkg
> rm -rf /var/db/pkg/*
> start over building what you want.
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