[PC-BSD Testing] apache22 missing prerequisite

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.org
Tue Sep 4 09:11:12 PDT 2012


On 09/04/2012 12:02, Dewey Hylton wrote:
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Kris Moore" <kris at pcbsd.org>
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>> Sent: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 11:44:08 AM
>> Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] apache22 missing prerequisite
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>> On 09/02/2012 23:50, Dewey Hylton wrote:
>>> 9.1-RC1 amd64
>>> running via warden traditional jail.
>>> installed apache, mysql, and php via warden metapackages list.
>>> enabling and starting apache via warden service manager produces
>>> the following output:
>>>
>>> Performing sanity check on apache22 configuration:
>>> Shared object "libpcre.so.1" not found, required by "httpd"
>>> Starting apache22.
>>> Shared object "libpcre.so.1" not found, required by "httpd"
>>> /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22: WARNING: failed to start apache22
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>> Can you post pkg_info from within jail? Looks like something failed
>> to
>> fetch / install...
>>
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>> Kris Moore
>> PC-BSD Software
>> iXsystems
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> Started shell session on 127.0.0.2. Type exit when finished.
> # pkg_info
> apache-2.2.22_6     Version 2.2.x of Apache web server with prefork MPM.
> apr-ipv6-devrandom-gdbm-db42-1.4.5.1.3.12_1 Apache Portability Library
> db42-4.2.52_5       The Berkeley DB package, revision 4.2
> # 
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Ok, you really are missing some things.

If you go back into the warden, and uncheck apache, hit apply, then
re-check it and apply again to install, does it fix the issue? If not,
send me the file /tmp/.pc-metapkgmanager.log from the host system, so I
can see what failed.

-- 
Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
iXsystems



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