I upgraded work host to 11.1-RELEASE this morning using the following commands:
beadm create 11.1-RELEASE_2017-05-26
beadm mount 11.1-RELEASE_2017-05-26 /mnt
freebsd-update upgrade -b /mnt -d /mnt/var/db/freebsd-update -r 11.1-RELEASE
freebsd-update install -b /mnt -d...
As of now I have installed the latest version of gdb via the package manager (7.9.1). The binary gets installed as /usr/local/bin/gdb which is apparently a symlink to /usr/local/bin/gdb791. The version which comes with the system is at /usr/bin/gdb which is an older version (v6.1.1).
Hello FreeBSD forum!
I just installed FreeBSD for the first time and wanted to upgrade the whole system. (I'm planning on only using the pre-compiled packages, if that matters. And I have ran the
# /usr/sbin/pkg command)
But did I understand correctly that if I run
# freebsd-update fetch
I'm trying to do a 10.3 to 11.0 upgrade. (It didn't work, so I did a restore, but that is the subject for another post after my second attempt.) In the process of doing the upgrade, the notes indicate that you should recompile programs that you installed from ports (i.e. source).
The major goal is to upgrade my FreeBSD from 9.1-RELEASE to latest version (is that possible at all?)
What I've tried so far and stuck on.
sequence and the last command is giving the output:
# /usr/sbin/freebsd-update install
I'd like to follow the quarterly package repository (because I value stability and reliability over new features), but I need to have a few packages compiled with custom options, and this results in a problem:
Ports does not have a quarterly release, only a "rolling release" of sorts...
Yesterday morning around 8 am (GMT+1), I performed what should of been standard MySQL upgrade from MySQL 5.6.34 to MySQL 5.6.35 using portupgrade, but ended up losing InnoDB tables completely and spending whole day getting them restored. I ran mysql_upgrade after database restart and...
I am currently running an older (May) version of 11.0-CURRENT. I would like to upgrade to 11.0-RELEASE. What is the safest way to go about doing so? Here is my current version:
> uname -a
FreeBSD example.com 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #0 r300374: Sun
May 22 09:04:10 EDT 2016...
After upgrade to 11.0-RELEASE something blocks connections between openvpn-client and openvpn-server etc.
I mean traffic after openvpn connection is established, so user can connect but has no traffic.
Only one connected user is forwarded/routed to destinations/other hosts etc. When the second...
Next problem after upgrade to 11.0-RELEASE.
MySQL does not start. No data in logs. Reinstallation didn't help.
@db1:~ % sudo service mysql-server status
mysql is not running.
@db1:~ % sudo service mysql-server start
@db1:~ % sudo service mysql-server status
mysql is not...
I've encountered the problem after upgrade to 11.0-RELEASE.
I suppose pf adding two routes which exist.
Starting Network: lo0 vtnet0.
lo0: flags=8049<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST> metric 0 mtu 16384
After upgrade I cannot use sudo nad even pkg.
Is it a bug?
sudo: error in /usr/local/etc/sudo.conf, line 0 while loading plugin `sudoers_policy'
sudo: unable to load /usr/local/libexec/sudo/sudoers.so: Shared object "libpam.so.5" not found, required by "sudoers.so"
sudo: fatal error...
Good day friends!
I'm update host from 10.3 amd64 to 11-PRERELEASE amd64.
All as need from /usr/src/Makefile:
# 1. `cd /usr/src' (or to the directory containing your source tree).
# 2. `make buildworld'
# 3. `make buildkernel KERNCONF=YOUR_KERNEL_HERE' (default is GENERIC).
In the process of updating MySQL last week, I did a pkg upgrade and after my server rebooted, sendmail won't start: /etc/mail # make start
Starting: sendmailShared object "libdb-6.1.so" not found, required by "sendmail"
sendmail-clientmqueueShared object "libdb-6.1.so" not found, required by...
I upgraded my server from MySQL 5.6 to 5.7 via pkg install mysql57-server. After getting the changed configuration issues sorted out so I could run mysql_upgrade -u root -p successfully, it reported that practically all of my existing tables don't exist - because they are stored on disk with...
I've upgraded FreeBSD from 10.2 to 10.3 release, but after the first reboot required by the system, if I run freebsd-update install the system stuck on Installing updates...
If I use ctrl+t I can see the process go from running to nanosleep state nearly after 80% of the process and can't...
I have a feeling that I miss the obvious here, but I failed to find an answer in this forum, the handbook or the man pages.
Is there a way to (automagically) apply a patch after pkg install or pkg upgrade?
The current situation is that I have a script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d that needs tweaking...
Today I ran freebsd-update to get the latest set up security fixes. The update tool downloaded the new patches and then displayed a warning which read:
"FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE is nearing its End-of-Life date. It is strongly recommended that you upgrade to a newer release within the next 2...