[PC-BSD Testing] PC-BSD 9.1 update failed miserably (amd64, inside VirtualBox)
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Sat Dec 22 01:57:51 PST 2012
On 21/12/2012 18:11, Productnews wrote:
> I did an online upgrade from PC-BSD 9.1-RC3 to 9.1, and my whole kdm
> environment is gone.
> I run PC-BSD inside VirtualBox (it does not run on the iron, see bug
> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=170677 amd64/170677 amd64
> FreeBSD 9.x does not boot if 2 hard disks are on system)
> I started the Update Manager and selected the only available option, the
> upgrade to 9.1.
> After the download (some hours), I rebooted for the installation.
> The installation started, and after some time, a message like "/ file
> system full" appeared, and a button for reboot.
> I rebooted, and software sets starting with akonadi were being installed.
> Eventually the login screen appeared. Wneh I logged in (KDE), all KDE
> apps were gone: no konsole, no dolphin, ...
> Only fluxbox works.
> I should have ample disk space:
> $ zpool list
> NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT
> tank0 26.8G 13.9G 12.9G 51% 1.00x ONLINE -
> $ zfs list
> NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
> tank0 13.9G 12.4G 280M legacy
> tank0/usr 13.3G 12.4G 12.3G /usr
> tank0/usr/home 375M 12.4G 32K /usr/home
> tank0/usr/home/hvf 375M 12.4G 375M /usr/home/hvf
> tank0/usr/ports 235M 12.4G 225M /usr/ports
> tank0/usr/ports/distfiles 6.04M 12.4G 6.04M /usr/ports/distfiles
> tank0/usr/ports/packages 4.42M 12.4G 4.42M /usr/ports/packages
> tank0/usr/src 352M 12.4G 352M /usr/src
> tank0/var 337M 12.4G 209M /var
> tank0/var/crash 31.5K 12.4G 31.5K /var/crash
> tank0/var/db 127M 12.4G 105M /var/db
> tank0/var/db/pkg 21.9M 12.4G 21.9M /var/db/pkg
> tank0/var/empty 31K 12.4G 31K /var/empty
> tank0/var/log 370K 12.4G 370K /var/log
> tank0/var/mail 32K 12.4G 32K /var/mail
> tank0/var/run 99K 12.4G 99K /var/run
> Any suggestions beside doing a fresh install or downloading a VrtualBox
> thanks, Harald
Of course you need to have enough room for updates, both downloading the
packages, decompressing them and for cache. You should have removed
stuff, or at least, expanded your partitions.
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