Ejabberd won't run after ERLANG upgrade to newest release in ports and won't tell you why, because logging is the cause of the problem. Occasionaly it could drop core. Detailed description is here:
Applying patches from the bottom of https://support.process-one.net/browse/EJAB-919 fixed problem for me. Port should be updated to newer version from SVN with patches already merged or just need additional patches before 'make' for version 2.0.5
How-To-Repeat: #portupgrade lang/erlang
#pkg_info | grep erlang
erlang-r13b01_4,1 A functional programming language from Ericsson
Over to maintainer.
What's holding this?
I spent so much time today figuring out what did I broke in my
ejabberd just to realize that the problem was an upgrade...
Please, patch is already available just apply it to the ports to at
least save others the trouble.
Had the same problem - ejabberd didn't work after the erlang update.
Those patches fixed it for me too (I could have saved some time by
looking here first, instead of looking for the solution myself...)
btw. maitainer timeout?
Attached are the patches that made ejabberd-2.0.5 work for me with
Antiope Associates LLC
18 Clay Street
Fair Haven, New Jersey 07704
+1 (732) 924-4549
+1 (732) 345-8378 [fax]
It's a month now, port is still broken, despite fixes was available from
the beginning. Does anyone care ;)? I'm not sure if I really should
bother with filling another PRs.
No longer under my maintainership.
providing a patch against the port, not some random patch against a
distfile usually improves the chances of someone comitting it.
Attached is a test patch against the current port, it works both with
the old erlang port (v12) and new current one (v13). It is the official
patch from https://support.process-one.net/browse/EJAB-919 and will come
out with ejaberd 2.1.0.
miwi 2009-07-28 07:11:02 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
- Fix crash after latest erlang update
Submitted by: Bartosz Stec <email@example.com>
Revision Changes Path
1.32 +1 -0 ports/net-im/ejabberd/Makefile
1.1 +1219 -0 ports/net-im/ejabberd/files/patch-919-fileioserver (new)
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