[OpenIndiana-discuss] Upgrade from b134 fails
sobotkap at gmail.com
Wed Sep 15 20:10:43 UTC 2010
2010/9/15 Cia Watson <ciamarie at my180.net>
> On 09/14/10 10:07 PM, Kyle McDonald wrote:
>> I'm having a similiar problem...
>> On 09/14/10 11:28 PM, Dustin Marquess wrote:
>>> On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 8:31 PM, Dustin Marquess<dmarquess at gmail.com>
>>>> I'm trying to upgrade using the instructions @
>>>> As I was running b142, I downgraded to my b134 BE first:
>>>> I started at b134.
>>> root at osol:~# pkg image-update
>>>> Creating Plan |
>>>> Errors were encountered while attempting to retrieve package or file
>>>> data for
>>>> the requested operation.
>>>> Details follow:
>>>> http protocol error: code: 404 reason: Not Found
>>>> URL: '
>>>> (happened 4 times)
>>>> It's failed for me twice like this:
>> kjm at Daffy:~$ pfexec pkg image-update
>> DOWNLOAD PKGS FILES XFER (MB)
>> mail/thunderbird 328/733 18487/36720 239.2/477.4
>> Errors were encountered while attempting to retrieve package or file data
>> the requested operation.
>> Details follow:
>> Framework error: code: 6 reason: Couldn't resolve host '~0~
>> URL: '
>> (happened 4 times)
>> I had a Thunderbird related problem, also, here's the output:
> pfexec pkg image-update
> DOWNLOAD PKGS FILES XFER (MB)
> mail/thunderbird 395/893 24632/47018 281.4/723.6
> Errors were encountered while attempting to retrieve package or file data
> the requested operation.
> Details follow:
> Invalid content path usr/lib/thunderbird/thunderbird-bin: chash failure:
> expected: 64fd9c1561c244e0563dfc675dbd3a8c3c86f469 computed:
> d3390ae55c0b643aacd40d746ee8393bc835dd75. (happened 4 times)
> I checked here before making another attempt, so it appears it's not me.
> Hopefully it gets figured out....
For thunderbird problem you can check bug:
Adding 22.214.171.124 pkg.openindiana.org to /etc/hosts worked for me (at
least to get past thunderbird problem).
I had several problems with "http protocol error: code: 503 reason: Service
Unavailable", on which I restarted image-update and it worked for a while.
I don't know if the problem is in my wifi or OpenIndiana's repo is
Petr Sobotka aka Pietro
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