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Re: [opensuse] Que openSUSE (evergreen/tumbleweed) para casa server?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Que openSUSE (evergreen/tumbleweed) para casa server?
From: Greg Freemyer <greg.freemyer@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2012 10:08:52 -0400
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Encima Sentado, *Apr 14, 2012 en 3:42 AM, *HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:
> *Hi!
> En *Fri, *Apr 13, 2012 en 5:38 PM, *Greg *Freemyer <greg.freemyer@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:
>> yo  3   11.3 => 11.4    migraciones en el último mes.
>> Hice todo con *zypper en *zypper; *zypper *dup.
> Qué  *zypper en *zypper  (o malo)? Actualiza *zypper él o?


Supone para un minuto que hay un asunto de diseño en 11.3 *zypper que
causa *zypper *dup para fallar.

Ha sido el *opensuse política para liberar el *redesigned *zypper en
el siguiendo liberación (11.4 en este caso).

Así si 11.3 *zypper tiene un asunto con hacer un *zypper *dup, la manera
segura a *upgrade es a primera atracción abajo *zypper de 11.4.

Tendrá un número de dependencias, así que estirará abajo un
número significativo de paquetes, pero *nowhere cerca el lleno  *upgrades

Al menos en 11.1 y 11.2 días, fue recomendado te empieza vuestro
*zypper *dup estilo *upgrades por *upgrading *zypper primero.

Yo no más largo ve que consejo en el *wiki, tan quizás cosas haber *smoothed fuera de ahora.

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On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 3:42 AM, HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi!
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 5:38 PM, Greg Freemyer <greg.freemyer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I did 3   11.3 => 11.4    migrations in the last month.
>> I did all with zypper in zypper; zypper dup.
> what does zypper in zypper do (or mean)? Updates zypper itself or?


Assume for a minute that there is a design issue in 11.3's zypper that
causes zypper dup to fail.

It has been the opensuse policy to release the redesigned zypper in
the following release (11.4 in this case).

Thus if 11.3's zypper has a issue with doing a zypper dup, the safe
way to upgrade is to first pull down zypper from 11.4.

It will have a number of dependencies, so it will pull down a
significant number of packages, but nowhere near the full  upgrades

At least in 11.1 and 11.2 days, it was recommended you start your
zypper dup style upgrades by upgrading zypper first.

I no longer see that advice on the wiki, so maybe things have smoothed out now.

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