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#1 2013-01-15 21:15:22

graysky
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Updated systemd -- corrupted double-linked list

I do NOT think this is related to pacman but am unclear where else to post.  I have a system that cannot update to:

*** Error in `udevadm': corrupted double-linked list: 0x0a130700 ***

This is triggered when systemd attempts to update to v197-4.

Booting from a liveCD and chrooting into the target does not help.  Running bad-blocks on the partition now... any other ideas are welcome.

[2013-01-15 15:41] Running 'pacman-color -Syu'
[2013-01-15 15:41] synchronizing package lists
[2013-01-15 15:42] starting full system upgrade
[2013-01-15 15:42] removed nss-myhostname (0.3-3)
[2013-01-15 15:42] upgraded pambase (20120701-1 -> 20130113-1)
[2013-01-15 15:42] upgraded shadow (4.1.5.1-2 -> 4.1.5.1-3)
[2013-01-15 15:42] upgraded systemd (196-2 -> 197-4)
[2013-01-15 15:43] Running 'pacman -Su'
[2013-01-15 15:43] starting full system upgrade
[2013-01-15 15:43] upgraded systemd-sysvcompat (196-2 -> 197-4)
[2013-01-15 15:43] Running 'pacman -S systemd'
[2013-01-15 15:43] upgraded systemd (197-4 -> 197-4)
[2013-01-15 16:10] Running 'pacman -S systemd'
[2013-01-15 16:10] /tmp/alpm_ZVjZE3/.INSTALL: line 14:  3666 Segmentation fault      (core dumped) udevadm hwdb --update

EDIT: No idea wtf was the problem.  Nuked the root partition and untarred last week's backup then updated with no errors.  Go figure.

Last edited by graysky (2013-01-15 22:57:34)


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#2 2013-01-20 04:04:42

cfr
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Re: Updated systemd -- corrupted double-linked list

You forgot to mark it [solved] smile.


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