Today, I got a warning that 12.0-RELEASE-p8 is reaching its end-of-life; however I am unable to patch to 12.0-RELEASE-p10 despite not receiving any error warnings. I only have one virtual CPU for my VPS that I rent, and I would rather not build from sources. I tried scouring the forums, but I...
12.0-p10 system. This was arrived at by upgrading an old 12-stable system (r349995)
# freebsd-version -ku
# freebsd-update fetch
Looking up update.FreeBSD.org mirrors... 3 mirrors found.
Fetching metadata signature for 12.0-RELEASE from...
I'm running: 12.0-STABLE FreeBSD 12.0-STABLE r351060 GENERIC amd64
Recently I was trying to upgrade the system and apply latest security patches.. Unfortunately when I'm running: freebsd-update fetch I'm getting the following error message:
freebsd-update: Cannot upgrade from a version...
WARNING: FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p9 is approaching its End-of-Life date.
It is strongly recommended that you upgrade to a newer
release within the next 2 months.
I got the above warning message when doing a freebsd-update fetch (although no updates were needed) today.
The site says 11.2 will be...
I was updating jails with mergemaster -iFU after 11.2p8 update and run it on main host by inadvertance.
I realized this when mergemaster output looked suspicious :
*** The following files exist in /etc/rc.d but not in /var/tmp/temproot/etc/rc.d/:
blacklistd iovctl ipfw_netflow ypldap...
After I did the update to 12.0-RELEASE I am having problems with sysutils/vm-bhyve.
OS: FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE r341666 GENERIC amd64
vm-bhyve version: v1.2-p3 (build 102071)
I am trying to install windows (new install)..
I have a server used for web hosting that is located in another state so I only have access via SSH.
- I DO have root access.
- I am NOT an expert and I only know the basics so please bear with me.
- My system has been running great for a few years and I have upgraded FreeBSD...
FreeBSD is my all time favorite Unix(-like) operating system. It is both a means as well as a goal for me at times, meaning that it's both simply a tool to get things done (like writing this article right now) but it's also often a goal in itself; trying to make things...
After installing FreeBSD [11.2] for the first time, it seems to work properly except for updating:
root@firsttry:~ # freebsd-update fetch
Looking up update.FreeBSD.org mirrors. . . none found.
Fetching public key from update.FreeBSD.org. . . failed.
No mirrors remaining, giving up.
I recently updated from 10.4-RELEASE to 11.2-RELEASE. The upgrade was not clean, as the system ran out of space a couple of times and things got seriously out of whack. There was a rollback that put the system in a weird state. Eventually, I thought I'd gotten it all sorted out. Once it looked...
I'm trying to determine how to see if a given MFC-ed change is present in a freebsd-update patch version, prior to installing it.
This could be, for example, how to checkout the "tagged" source associated with the patch (to diff and/or examine the logs), or how to examine the patch contents...
Is it possible to resume a pending update (after rebooting with new kernel) if freebsd-update install complains about missing files? That is, to re-download those files and continue with the second stage of update.
My machine almost went out of disk space after the first stage: before rebooting...
I wanted to update my system one last time before upgrading to 11.2-RELEASE.
Apparently my machine is looking for files that aren't even available:
admin@server ~ sudo freebsd-update -v debug fetch install
src component not installed, skipped
Looking up update.FreeBSD.org mirrors...
I read a couple of people updated just fine so I updated one of our servers without issue but, when I updated my workstation, it gets as far as bringing up the eight CPUs on my system, then blurts out some hex code too quickly for me to read, and reboots. I am unable to get into single user mode...
I'm having an issue with freebsd-update stalling when checking for updates. The stall happens at different stages each time I run it.
My server is only used for backup purposes, so it has 0.0% load on it at all times. Any ideas where to start troubleshooting this?
When it stalls, the cursor...
I would like to start using jails but I have a few questions regarding updating them.
I'm running 11-stable on the host and would like to run 11.1-release in the jails.
I'm wondering if I can use freebsd-update to update the 11.1-release jails even when running 11-stable on the host.
if this is a tedious question but I can not find an answer.
Assuming that I, or anyone, have upgrade FreeBSD with his own kernel settings (not GENERIC) by compiling it.
Also, I or anyone, has been build the Userland with make buildworld with own settings in /etc/src.conf.
After all is...
I built a custom kernel with TCP_FASTOPEN for Bind and am wondering why freebsd-update fetch is showing kernel updates for Generic.
Here are my steps for custom kernel:
cp GENERIC TCPOPEN
mv TCPOPEN /root/kernels/TCPOPEN
ln -s /root/kernels/TCPOPEN