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Old 02-28-2010, 03:16 PM
Patrick O'Callaghan
 
Default general advice for rolling back yum updates?

On Sun, 2010-02-28 at 10:47 -0500, Mark Andrew Miller wrote:
> Hello, all.
>
> I recently ran a <yum update> on my mythdora server, which updated my myth
> applications from 0.22-1 to 0.22-5. Now the mythfrontend application
> terminates right after being launched and the log ends with
>
>
> 2010-02-28 10:27:10.774 Registering Internal as a media playback plugin.
> Floating point exception
>
> I have written to the myth users list, but I thought somebody on this list
> might be able to give me some advice, too.
>
> Since the previous version of the myth apps ran pretty well for me, I would
> like explore the possibility of going back to that version. However, I
> don't have any experience rolling back yum updates If rollbacks require
> some before-the-fact configuration, I probably don't have that :-(

Try 'yum downgrade <list-of-apps>'.

poc

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Old 03-06-2010, 02:50 PM
"Mark Andrew Miller"
 
Default general advice for rolling back yum updates?

On Sun, 2010-02-28 at 10:47 -0500, Mark Andrew Miller wrote:
> Hello, all.
>
> I recently ran a <yum update> on my mythdora server, which updated my myth
> applications from 0.22-1 to 0.22-5. Now the mythfrontend application
> terminates right after being launched and the log ends with
>
>
> 2010-02-28 10:27:10.774 Registering Internal as a media playback plugin.
> Floating point exception
>
> I have written to the myth users list, but I thought somebody on this list
> might be able to give me some advice, too.
>
> Since the previous version of the myth apps ran pretty well for me, I
would
> like explore the possibility of going back to that version. However, I
> don't have any experience rolling back yum updates If rollbacks require
> some before-the-fact configuration, I probably don't have that :-(

Try 'yum downgrade <list-of-apps>'.

poc

---

Thanks, Patrick. After navigating a few circular dependencies, your
suggestion allowed me to downgrade to the 0.22-2 versions of the myth
applications. (Maybe that's what I ran last, instead of my claimed 0.22-1.)

However, I'm getting the same error message when launching mythfrontend. I
am reading various posts from mythtv discussion groups, but they haven't led
to a solution yet.

Can anyone provide me any advice for identifying the root cause of this sort
of problem. mythfrontend is spewing information to the terminal, but I
don't know how utilize it. I feel like I should try to trace what libraries
are being loaded, or something like that.

Thanks,
Mark

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Old 03-06-2010, 03:18 PM
Suvayu Ali
 
Default general advice for rolling back yum updates?

On 06/03/10 04:50 PM, Mark Andrew Miller wrote:
>
> On Sun, 2010-02-28 at 10:47 -0500, Mark Andrew Miller wrote:
>> Hello, all.
>>
>> I recently ran a<yum update> on my mythdora server, which updated my myth
>> applications from 0.22-1 to 0.22-5. Now the mythfrontend application
>> terminates right after being launched and the log ends with
>>
>>
>> 2010-02-28 10:27:10.774 Registering Internal as a media playback plugin.
>> Floating point exception
>
> Try 'yum downgrade<list-of-apps>'.
>
> poc
>
> ---
>
> Thanks, Patrick. After navigating a few circular dependencies, your
> suggestion allowed me to downgrade to the 0.22-2 versions of the myth
> applications. (Maybe that's what I ran last, instead of my claimed 0.22-1.)
>
> However, I'm getting the same error message when launching mythfrontend. I
> am reading various posts from mythtv discussion groups, but they haven't led
> to a solution yet.

I have no experience with myth tv, but how about eliminating
misconfiguration as the cause? You could try creating a new user and
running from there ...

>
> Thanks,
> Mark
>

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