>>
>> failed with
>>
>> 10....2520....2530....2540....2550....2560....2570 ....2580....2590....2600....2610....2620....2630.. ..2640...
>> done.
>> Applying patches... done.
>> Fetching 1587 files... failed.

>
> Is this reproducable or is this fetch problem an one time issue?


Yes, it is. I put a "set -x" in the freebsd-update.sh and it
seems, that the script cannot fetch a file:

+ [ ! -f
files/ffa603731bc5c7b80b37c580bb9aa11b0d12cfcabe5fccee7b 7e8ded607be19a.gz
]
+ echo ffa603731bc5c7b80b37c580bb9aa11b0d12cfcabe5fccee7b 7e8ded607be19a
+ read Y
+ [ -s filelist ]
+ wc -l
+ tr -d
+ echo -n Fetching 1587
Fetching 1587 + echo -n files...
files... + lam -s 6.3-RELEASE/amd64/f/ - -s .gz
+ xargs /usr/libexec/phttpget update1.FreeBSD.org
+ read Y
+ [ -f 00021c52a9c8de69e0dd8a3cf7a9c9315518093293707420cc bc3ccc83e636cc.gz ]
+ echo failed.
failed.
+ return 1
+ return 1
+ exit 1

Thomas.

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