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Re: Bulk builds do not run on NetBSD 9.2
On Tue, Aug 10, 2021 at 07:45:07AM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
> nia <nia%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes:
> > due to the PKGDB changes bulk builds do not run on a fresh NetBSD 9.2
> > chroot, instead failing with the error:
> > Compatibility pkgdb location exists, but PKG_DBDIR not specified.
> > This may cause unexpected issues. To avoid problems, add
> > PKG_DBDIR=/var/db/pkg to /etc/mk.conf.
> I am very fuzzy on this now, but I think this is basically that there is
> automatic code to use the old location if it exists, and otherwise the
> new location (location of record / correct location), and that use of
> automatic mechanisms is not clearly robust against config changes.
This is with an empty config file (i.e. the defaults).
> It still seems needed to me. My view is more or less (and I think this
> is all #if NetBSD):
> - a system with /var/db/pkg that is not explicitly configured to use
> it (mk.conf and pkg_install.conf both) is misconfigured
This means NetBSD is misconfigured by default :/
> - packages built on a system configured with /var/db/pkg should not be
All of the current packages are built on systems configured with
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