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Re: netbsd update expanded kernel with netbsdIleNEk file name
I reproduced it. Will file PR with above details. Yes, I used sysinst
only (Upgrade NetBSD on hard disk, full installation, install from
media), from sd0 to sd1. One root partition in target media (plus
swap). Image was
On Thu, Jul 22, 2021 at 2:17 PM Martin Husemann <martin%duskware.de@localhost> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 22, 2021 at 02:05:11PM +0300, Andrius V wrote:
> > I will retest later today. Steps were simple: booted the latest image
> > of that day from nycdn, updated NetBSD installation with all packages
> > (system is located in USB media as well, had a bit older current
> > system, mbr partitioned). Installation media booted using uefi boot.
> > If not reproducible, I guess issue can be ignored.
> This needs a lot more details, like:
> - link of the image you booted (note there are various available,
> exact example URL helps)
> - description of the system that you updated (sd? is root, sd? is what
> you booted from? How was the target system partitioned, /etc/fstab
> from the updated system; though some of that may be redundant if
> you answer the item below)
> - what path [in detail] did you go through sysinst? There may be two
> reasonable ones for the kind of update you describe, depending on
> the medium/image you booted.
> My persoanl favorite way: manually update kernel first, test boot it
> and if all is fine, run the installed version of sysinst to update
> the "currently running" system (and let sysinst do the set downloads,
> it usually picks the right download link as default automatically).
> However, this does not always work for -current if your kernel requires
> modules (it is guaranteed to work for branches, and it also always works
> with amd64 GENERIC).
> Anyway, if you can reproduce it: please file a PR with above details.
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