Updating repository catalogue

This is what I get when start the update manager: [[email protected]] ~% sudo pc-updatemanager pkgupdate Boot-strapping updater... Updating trueos-base repository catalogue...trueos-base repository is up to date.

Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...trueos-major repository is up to date. New version of pkg detected; it needs to be installed first.

pkg(8) is not a replacement for port management tools like can install third-party software from both binary packages and DPorts, pkg(8) installs only binary packages.

On the other hand, many people use pkg(8) by itself and never install the optional portupgrade or portmaster tools.

If the "pkg" program is missing on the system for any reason, it can be quickly bootstrapped without having to build it from source or even having dports installed: After any installation or reinstallation of the pkg(8) package, you may want to open review the configuration files to customize it, e.g. The pkg(8) program has a configuration file at /usr/local/etc/(the default installation is typically fine and requires no alteration).

: Upgrade your firewall after having a proper plan and back out option.

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Upgrades from earlier releases, however, will not have it.donepkg-static: Operation timed out Failed downloading misc/trueos-desktop with: /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static fetch -d -y misc/trueos-desktop ERROR: Failed downloading misc/trueos-desktop with: /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static fetch -d -y misc/trueos-desktop note: sometimes stops at one . at first command: sudo /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static fetch -d -y ports-mgmt/pkg Updating trueos-base repository catalogue...trueos-base repository is up to date. Number of packages to be fetched: 1No packages are required to be fetched. then with sudo pc-updatemanager pkgupdate: Boot-strapping updater... Updating trueos-base repository catalogue...trueos-base repository is up to date. Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...pkg-static: Repository trueos-major load error: access repo file(/var/db/pkg/repo-trueos-major.sqlite) failed: No such file or directory Fetching meta.txz: 100% 1 Ki B 1.5k B/s Fetching packagesite.txz: 100% 6 Mi B 849.7k B/s Processing entries: 100%trueos-major repository update completed. Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...trueos-major repository is up to date. Updating pf Sense-core repository catalogue...pkg: Sense_v2_3_0_amd64-core/meta.txz: Connection reset by peerrepository pf Sense-core has no meta file, using default settingspkg: Sense_v2_3_0_amd64-core/packagesite.txz: Connection reset by peer Unable to update repository pf Sense-core Updating pf Sense repository catalogue...pkg: Sense_v2_3_0_amd64-pf Sense_v2_3_0/meta.txz: Connection reset by peerrepository pf Sense has no meta file, using default settingspkg: Sense_v2_3_0_amd64-pf Sense_v2_3_0/packagesite.txz: Connection reset by peer Unable to update repository pf Sense Failed Still got the first error above when trying to upgrade via console. Went to pf Sense forums and noticed others are having similar issues. Waited for another half an hour and tried again and it downloaded the correct information and was able to find all packages needed for upgrade. Extracting pkg-1.10.1: 100%You may need to manually remove /usr/local/etc/if it is no longer needed. Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...trueos-major repository is up to date. The following packages will be fetched: New packages to be FETCHED: pkg-1.10.1 (3 Mi B: 100.00% of the 3 Mi B to download) Number of packages to be fetched: 1 The process will require 3 Mi B more space.3 Mi B to be downloaded. done ERROR: Failed downloading ports-mgmt/pkg with: /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static fetch -d -y ports-mgmt/pkg Thank you [[email protected]] ~% sudo /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static fetch -d -y ports-mgmt/pkg Password: Updating trueos-base repository catalogue...trueos-base repository is up to date.Updating trueos-base repository catalogue...trueos-base repository is up to date. Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...trueos-major repository is up to date. The following packages will be fetched: New packages to be FETCHED: pkg-1.10.1 (3 Mi B: 100.00% of the 3 Mi B to download) Number of packages to be fetched: 1 The process will require 3 Mi B more space.3 Mi B to be downloaded.my feeling is that the update server is much busy, and I'd better try and retry several times, am I right? Cleaning old pkg upgrade cache.../usr/local/pkg-cache/100% of 3466 k B 681 k Bps 00m05s/usr/local/pkg-cache/sha1 100% of 512 B 1991 k Bps 00m00s Verified OKVerifying / fetching packages for ports-mgmt/pkg - Updating trueos-base repository catalogue...trueos-base repository is up to date.Here below the update log response: Fetching trueos-desktop-201704211306.txz: ... Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...trueos-major repository is up to date. Number of packages to be fetched: 1No packages are required to be fetched. ERROR: Failed downloading ports-mgmt/pkg with: /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static fetch -d -y ports-mgmt/pkg the commands found in your march 3 post went well, but then at the update commandsudo pc-updatemanager pkgupdate it ended with: Number of packages to be fetched: 1No packages are required to be fetched. Updating trueos-major repository catalogue...trueos-major repository is up to date. Fetching pkg-1.10.1.txz: 100% 3 Mi B 914.2k B/s Almost done !!!After many lines responses (20 minutes) of package "fetching.......done" it has stopped here below.

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