[arch-dev-public] dbscripts [PATCH] 2/2
Firmicus at gmx.net
Tue Sep 15 15:02:50 EDT 2009
Aaron Griffin a écrit :
> On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 3:28 AM, Firmicus <Firmicus at gmx.net> wrote:
>> It happened to me in the past that I ran "extrapkg" by mistake on a
>> package that had not been updated. It still ended up in ~/staging/extra
>> on gerolde, and when I ran "/arch/db-update extra" it died in the middle
>> of the process of updating a dozen packages. I had to clean the mess by
>> This patch avoids this situation by checking, before starting the update
>> process, whether any pkg in the staging dir is actually already present
>> in the ftp repo, and in such a case removing it from the staging dir.
> It almost seems like we should use vercmp for something like this,
> rather than checking for existence.
I don't see the advantage this would have.
> I guess it's not BAD if it copies and old package there (the cleanup
> script will kill it just fine), but it could be avoided
But it won't: if the file exists, the script will die and everything
else will be left in a half-done state.
Consider for instance lines 217-219:
if ! /bin/cp "$f" "$ftppath/"; then
die "error: failure while copying files to $ftppath"
Of course this does not prevent catching errors at the commitpkg stage.
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