I did as adviced but it doesn’t work:
My last working environment is:
FreeBSD zb1.rm-i.net 12.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #14 1717ae3(drm-next-4.7): Fri Oct 28 13:49:49 UTC 2016 root@gauntlet:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64
12.0-CURRENT-up-20161101_231313 NR / 17.8G 2016-11-01 23:12 12.0-CURRENT-up-20161101_231313
- creating and booting a new BE dows work
pkg remove freebsd-examplesdoes work
pkg-static install -f freebsd-runtimedows work but leaves the system in an unworkable state (see below)
- reboot boots not into graphics mode because of missing ‘basename’ symbol in libzfs and others
- all zfs mounts are missing
(workaround seems to be a
pkg-static install FreeBSD-libc
- than reboot works but not into graphics mode
- all zfs mounts are still missing (It seems that the services incl. zfs are not executed)
pc-upgrademanager pkgupgradeseems to work.
- During shutdown something is done (but it feels way too short for the amount of pkgs)
- reboot boots only into singe user mode due to missing libs for openrc (libeinfo, libopenrc?, …)
- all zfs mounts are still missing (It seems that the services incl. zfs are not executed, but a new openrc line shows up)
All in all its a real mess…
BTW: I don’t like the updates during shutdown:
- You don’t see whats going on.
- You can’t intervent in case something went wrong.
- You can’t make necessary modifications to the loader.conf before the reboot