[PC-BSD Testing] 9.1 updates failing consistently.

Torsten Eichstädt torsten.eichstaedt at web.de
Fri May 10 12:50:17 PDT 2013

Am Freitag, 10. Mai 2013, 12:00:00 schrieb Chris Moore:
> Deleted? Whats the md5 sum of your new kernel?
There is none => undefined.

> MD5 (/boot/kernel/kernel) = 5c8a4de367e89a73c1e1ec15bf522abf
I renamed /boot/kernel to /boot/kernel.new and /boot/kernel.old to 
/boot/kernel.  Now I have

[root at paul-lifebook] ~# md5 /boot/kernel.new/kernel
md5: /boot/kernel.new/kernel: No such file or directory
[root at paul-lifebook] ~# md5 /boot/kernel/kernel
MD5 (/boot/kernel/kernel) = fbe19b59040f7371596a40bc4f544a37

> How did you run the update, via GUI or by hand at command-prompt? Did
> freebsd-update return anything unusual?
With the GUI.  It failed often in the last few weeks, so I did not look what 
excactly went wrong.  I wouldn't expect such a failure as to leave me with an 
incomplete /boot/kernel folder.  Fortunately there is a backup.

BTW: I cound not access the ZFS snapshot under /.zfs/snapshot/pcbsd-9.1-rel-
install/boot/kernel/kernel from the bootloader CLI.

It was a long day, so I'd like to say: let's make it a day.

Have a nice weekend!
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