Problems upgrading from 6.5.23 to 6.5.26 - SGI

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  1. Problems upgrading from 6.5.23 to 6.5.26

    I tried upgrading from 6.5.23 to 6.5.26. After resolving some
    conflicts, I started the install and found this error:
    ...
    Starting new eventmond...
    Doing firstrun configuration...
    There are existing ESP configuration files, doing update...
    Running /etc/init.d/esp verify...
    /etc/init.d/esp[844]: 1134 Memory fault(coredump)
    ...Loading private actions...
    Starting new eventmond...
    check_ev_presence[5]: $(( 1 + 1 )): syntax error
    check_ev_presence[5]: $(( $(( 1 + 1 )) + 1 )): syntax error

    The last line continues forever and ever, getting longer and longer,
    until:
    ...
    [Remaining command output discarded]

    It's probably still running. And, the install was done in single user.
    Any ideas?

    --
    albert chin

  2. Re: Problems upgrading from 6.5.23 to 6.5.26

    china@honinbu.il.thewrittenword.com wrote:
    > I tried upgrading from 6.5.23 to 6.5.26. After resolving some
    > conflicts, I started the install and found this error:
    > ...
    > Starting new eventmond...
    > Doing firstrun configuration...
    > There are existing ESP configuration files, doing update...
    > Running /etc/init.d/esp verify...
    > /etc/init.d/esp[844]: 1134 Memory fault(coredump)
    > ...Loading private actions...
    > Starting new eventmond...
    > check_ev_presence[5]: $(( 1 + 1 )): syntax error
    > check_ev_presence[5]: $(( $(( 1 + 1 )) + 1 )): syntax error
    >
    > The last line continues forever and ever, getting longer and longer,
    > until:
    > ...
    > [Remaining command output discarded]
    >
    > It's probably still running. And, the install was done in single user.
    > Any ideas?


    I rebooted the machine, fixed a problem in /var/inst/.exitopts, and
    ran inst. uname -r now reports 6.5.26m!

    --
    albert chin

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