[csw-users] "pkg-get -u" does not work, hash in list of installed packages
phil at bolthole.com
Tue Nov 18 05:08:45 CET 2008
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 10:53:07AM +0800, Junhao wrote:
> >> I'm using csw on my Solaris10 x86 systems, and trying to check for
> >> upgrades. It's didn't work, somehow a hash is injected into the list of
> >> packages.
> >> <snip>
> >> $ pkg-get -U
> >> ...
> >> $ pkg-get -u
> >> note: upgrading ALL INSTALLED PACKAGES
> >> Installed software packages:
> >> =zZl6 zlib wget textutils slang screen sasl rsync readline pkg_get perl
> >> openssl_utils openssl_rt openssl_devel openssl openldap_rt ncurses nano
> >> libpopt libnet libidn libiconv less isaexec
> >> iD8DBQFJAhSRBqHtG+EunS8RAkoMAJ9Bpf5uQwZEYylu0Eg3oA/CbvDnHQCdG9jg
> >> HVHeU5BYROuFa0/eDfiYCjw= Hash: gnupg ggettext gdbm expat curlrt common
none of those strings appear in the catalog.
I suspect you have a corrupted pkginfo database or something.
look for one of those strings in /var/sadm/install/contents.
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