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Re: Perl and Opendmarc issues

"Richard Sass" <> writes:

> Can't locate DBD/ in @INC (you may need to install the DBD::mysql

> # Installed binaries (what I think is pertinent to this issue)
> pkgin ls|egrep -i 'perl|mysql|dmarc'
> boost-libs-1.76.0    Free, peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries
> (binary libraries) mysql-client-5.7.35  MySQL 5, a free SQL database
> (client)
> mysql-server-5.7.35  MySQL 5, a free SQL database (server)
> opendmarc-1.4.0b1nb3 Open source DMARC library, MTA filter implementation
> and tools 
> p5-DBD-mysql-4.050nb4 Perl DBI/DBD driver for MySQL databases
> p5-DBI-1.643nb3      The database-independent Perl database access API
> #Tried re-installing p5-DBD-mysql-4.050nb4
> pkgin in p5-DBD-mysql-4.050nb4
> calculating dependencies...done.
> 1 package to install:
>   mariadb-client-10.5.12nb1
> 0 to refresh, 0 to upgrade, 1 to install
> 0B to download, 50M to install
> proceed ? [Y/n] y
> installing mariadb-client-10.5.12nb1...
> pkg_install warnings: 0, errors: 1
> pkg_install error log can be found in /var/db/pkgin/pkg_install-err.log
> #From /var/db/pkgin/pkg_install-err.log
> ---Nov 26 14:19:13: installing mariadb-client-10.5.12nb1...
> pkg_add: Package `mariadb-client-10.5.12nb1' conflicts with
> `mysql-client-[0-9]*', and `mysql-client-5.7.35' is installed.
> pkg_add: 1 package addition failed
> pkg_admin: Dependency mariadb-client>=10.5.0<10.6.0 of p5-DBD-mysql-4.050nb4
> unresolved

I think your problem is that the default mysql implementation has
changed to mariadb, and your system has not yet been updated to cope
with that.

0) first make  a backup, and then a second backup
1) figure out what you have to do to convert from mysql 5.7 to mariadb
2) export your mysql data
3) remove mysql and install maridb
4) restore
5) install p5-DBD-mysql

> pkgin av|grep opendmarc
> Nothing found - package no longer exists in repository

So hard to know what's up with that, but I think it's separate from the
mysql issue.

In general I recomend "pkg_admin rebuild-tree" and "pkg_admin check".

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