[rabbitmq-discuss] trouble to upgrade from 2.6.1 to 2.7.0 on OS X
steve at rabbitmq.com
Wed Nov 23 10:12:13 GMT 2011
I'm sorry to hear you are having problems installing rabbitmq-server using
We have had one report of a problem internally, but not with the same symptoms
Your note implies that port thinks rabbitmq-server is already installed at the
highest version (although it is hard to tell from so little information),
so let me ask the usual questions:
What do you have in the macports sources.conf file?
in that order.... please check the *order* of your lines.)
(It appears that 2.7.0 hasn't yet reached rsync.macports.org.)
Do a 'port list rabbitmq-server' (not a search) -- you should see:
rabbitmq-server @2.7.0 net/rabbitmq-server
rabbitmq-server @2.6.1 net/rabbitmq-server
Did you do a sudo port sync? Have you done a 'selfupdate' recently?
When I do a port upgrade (after including rabbitmq /releases/macports in
sources.conf and 'sudo port sync') it works fine for me, so if everything checks
out, then you should do:
sudo port unload rabbitmq-server
sudo port uninstall rabbitmq-server
sudo port -u -v uninstall
and repeat the install sequence (port sync, list and install steps) and see what
version you get.
If this continues to be a problem, then please attach macports logs with your
reply, and I'll try to diagnose it.
Steve Powell (a curious bunny)
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On 22 Nov 2011, at 16:02, Cao, Yican - 0661 - MITLL wrote:
> Anyone experiences similar problem?
> I could not upgrade from 2.6.1 to 2.7.0 using macports.
. . .
> Any ideas? Thanks.
> Yican Cao_______________________________________________
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