Anyone experiences similar problem?
I could not upgrade from 2.6.1 to 2.7.0 using macports.
Besides out of box rabbitmq server, I have management plugin installed.

Running:
port install rabbitmq-server
or
port upgrade rabbitmq-server

No errors, just won't upgrade.

If do:
port search rabbitmq-server
rabbitmq-server @2.6.1 (net)
The RabbitMQ AMQP Server

rabbitmq-server @2.7.0 (net)
The RabbitMQ AMQP Server

Found 2 ports.

Any ideas? Thanks.


Yican Cao
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  • Steve Powell at Nov 23, 2011 at 10:12 am
    Hi,
    I'm sorry to hear you are having problems installing rabbitmq-server using
    macports.

    We have had one report of a problem internally, but not with the same symptoms
    as yours.

    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?

    (I have:
    http://www.rabbitmq.com/releases/macports
    rsync://rsync.macports.org/release/ports/ [default]

    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
    do you?

    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_______________________________________________
  • Cao, Yican - 0661 - MITLL at Nov 23, 2011 at 2:56 pm
    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for answering my email.

    I have these lines in my sources.conf.

    rsync://rsync.macports.org/release/ports/ [default]
    http://www.rabbitmq.com/releases/macports
    rsync://rsync.macports.org/release/ports/

    I thought last 'rsync...' will over write first 'rsync...'
    Actually not, after I remove first one. It worked.

    Strange thing: I used same sources.conf without any problem when I upgrade from 2.3.1 to 2.5.1 to 2.6.1

    Thanks again.

    Yican

    On Nov 23, 2011, at 5:12 AM, Steve Powell wrote:

    Hi,
    I'm sorry to hear you are having problems installing rabbitmq-server using
    macports.

    We have had one report of a problem internally, but not with the same symptoms
    as yours.

    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?

    (I have:
    http://www.rabbitmq.com/releases/macports
    rsync://rsync.macports.org/release/ports/ [default]

    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
    do you?

    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)
    ----------some more definitions from the SPD----------
    avoirdupois (phr.) 'Would you like peas with that?'
    distribute (v.) To denigrate an award.
    definite (phr.) 'It's hard of hearing, I think.'
    modest (n.) The most mod.
    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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  • Steve Powell at Nov 23, 2011 at 5:50 pm
    Glad it is now ok. The sources order is relevant for searches.
    In previous versions the latest release was probably already in the macports.org repository.
    Not sure why 2.7.0 isn't there yet :-(

    Steve Powell (a happy bunny)
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    On 23 Nov 2011, at 14:56, Cao, Yican - 0661 - MITLL wrote:
    I have these lines in my sources.conf.

    rsync://rsync.macports.org/release/ports/ [default]
    http://www.rabbitmq.com/releases/macports
    rsync://rsync.macports.org/release/ports/

    I thought last 'rsync...' will over write first 'rsync...'
    Actually not, after I remove first one. It worked.

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