[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

 



On 1/15/07, A Booth <[email protected]> wrote:
Michael Yep <myep <at> remotelink.com> writes:

>
> After starting yum it was doing a 300+ pkg update, and it never
> finished.  Now I cannot run yum, and rpm seems to be broke too.
> In addition I cannot issue a Ctrl-C command, I must hit Ctrl-Z and do a
> kill -9 on the yum process.  How do I find out what yum is doing and how
> to get it back to normal?
>
> This is what yum says now:
>
> Loading "installonlyn" plugin
>
> [1]+  Stopped                 ./u
> [root <at> localhost ]# ps aux |grep yum
>

First, make sure yum isn't running, then delete file as follows: -
rm -f /var/run/yum.pid

If the file is not there, try: -
locate yum.pid

If it can't find it, it's probably gone, otherwise delete it using the `rm`
command above, but with the correct fiole path as determined by the locate
statement.

Then clear out the yum caches with: -
yum clean all

That should do the trick. If "yum clean all" comes up with a message: "Existing
lock /foo/bar/yum.pid" then you've found the yum.pid you need to delete before
trying "yum clean all" again.
He also stated that rpm was broken.  I'm not sure how he came to that
conclusion, but if its true, then all of the above isn't going to help
at all.


--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
L. Friedman                                    [email protected]
LlamaLand                       http://netllama.linux-sxs.org


[Index of Archives]     [Current Fedora Users]     [Fedora Desktop]     [Fedora SELinux]     [Yosemite News]     [Yosemite Photos]     [KDE Users]     [Fedora Tools]     [Fedora Docs]
  Powered by Linux