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Bigun
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2014 5:10 pm    Post subject: Trying to get rid of extra entries listed in webapp-config Reply with quote

Code:
bigun # webapp-config --li -V phpmyadmin
* Installs for phpmyadmin-3.3.8.1
*   /var/www/somesite.com/htdocs/phpmyadmin
* Installs for phpmyadmin-3.4.6
*   /var/www/somesite.comhtdocs/htdocs
* Installs for phpmyadmin-3.4.9
*   /var/www/somesite.com/htdocs/pma
* Installs for phpmyadmin-4.1.14.3
*   /var/www/somesite.com/htdocs/pma


Only the 4.1.14.3 installation needs to be there. The rest of the entries need to go.

I've tried:

Code:
bigun # webapp-config -V -C -h somesite.com -d phpmyadmin phpmyadmin 3.4.9
* Fatal error: Unable to determine location of master copy
* Fatal error(s) - aborting


Any suggestions?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, in the newest version of webapp-config there is a command line arg called: --prune-database, or -pd. From there you can fix this issue, but be careful when running it :)

Run: webapp-config -pd pretend first to see what will be cleaned out, then run webapp-config -pd clean
once you're sure it won't clean out something you have installed on the system.

Just as a reference, this bug was already reported quite some time ago: https://bugs.gentoo.org/490090

I hope this helps.

With regards,
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2014 12:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

twitch153 wrote:
Yes, in the newest version of webapp-config there is a command line arg called: --prune-database, or -pd. From there you can fix this issue, but be careful when running it :)

Run: webapp-config -pd pretend first to see what will be cleaned out, then run webapp-config -pd clean
once you're sure it won't clean out something you have installed on the system.

Just as a reference, this bug was already reported quite some time ago: https://bugs.gentoo.org/490090

I hope this helps.

With regards,
twitch153


Extremely helpful, thanks for adopting an unanswered thread.
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