[arch-ports] New packages and /lib, upgrade system failed
a.radke at arcor.de
Wed Jul 5 11:23:38 EDT 2006
Am Wed, 05 Jul 2006 11:21:58 +0000
schrieb Robert Stefaniuk <rstefaniuk at ippt.gov.pl>:
> I installed arch64 from bootable iso and then upgraded whole system
> with packages from archlinux.org.
> During update kernel it started complaining:
> "cannod load shared object - no such file" about libraries:
> libblkid.so.1 and libreadline.so.5
> Then later on the system freezed. I rebooted, and I couldn't boot with
> arch kernel ( pacman didn't make proper image yet ), my own kernel too
> ( after initrd removal: kernel panic - not sync - cannot find init -
> try "init=" parametrer ) and of course my own kernel started be
> I see that libraries are divided between /lib and /lib64 dirs
> and /lib64 contains missing two: libblkid.so.1 and libreadline.so.5
> So maybe you have suggestions what to do now or before ;)
> Best regards, thanks to the devs
> arch-ports mailing list
> arch-ports at archlinux.org
Hm. All tests were successfull. It seems the update can be broken if it
is not the only package that is updated in one run.
I had this now also on my test pc. I could solve it with coping all
libs from the new to the ol place /lib -> lib64 and /usr/lib
to /usr/lib64. Then I used pacman.static to roll back to the old glibc
2.3.6 and then again to glibc2.4. After that I had only to reinstall
the kernel package and all was fine again.
Sorry for the trouble. If someone can proove if it only appears when
the glibc package is not the only package to update I would write a
small warning to the mailing list to first only pacman -Sy glibc.
I hope we will soon have a new ISO where the paths are correct. BUt
first I have to make all updates from current and archlinux.org server
needs to be prepared for ftp installation.
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