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Re: [p2-dev] Updates found but no sites in the P2 UI list
- From: "Ian Bull" <irbull@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2008 10:08:44 -0800
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As well, sites (and repositories) can reference one another.
For example, I have a small RCP app (with a p2 UI),. and I downloaded one of the Ganymede Distros. If I point p2 at this download (p2 can figure out what artifacts are in an Eclipse install), I get a whole bunch of repositories (mylyn, datatools, etc...) because the Eclipse D/L references these sites.
I'm not sure how p2 does this (or how to determine what repos are referenced). Susan probably knows more about this than me.
On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 7:58 AM, Susan Franklin McCourt <susan_franklin@xxxxxxxxxx>
It's not clear to me from your description which updates button you are pressing.
Are you are pressing the Installed Software Page->Updates... button, or if you are pushing the update status bar button that shows when automatic updates are found.
If the former, then i think there must still be repo references that are getting added back. After the updates are found, are repos showing up in the manage sites dialog?
If the latter, this could be a bug in the caching of found updates in the UI. We flush the updates cache whenever new updates are found or the profile changes, but I do not think we currently flush the cache when repos are removed. If it involves automatic updates, then also please let me know what the automatic update preferences are set to.
We should probably move this discussion to a bug report. If you could open a bug with these details, we'll figure out what's going on.
"Daffin, Miles (IT)" <Miles.Daffin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I just tried updating an Eclipse 3.4.0 install (Win XP, Build id: I20080617-2000) from a local repository containing updates to some proprietary stuff. The only site in the list was the local repository. I had removed all other sites. I was therefore surprised to see that updates for lots of Ganymede features were found. I cancelled the update, removed the last site reference from the list, refreshed and pressed the update button again. The same long list of Ganymede updates was found again.
I thought that update searches were constrained to the list of sites that the user actively adds and selects (using the manage sites dialog). How could updates for anything be found if no sites were present in the list? I have been using the install for testing internal eclipse and Ganymede mirrors. Could it be that the features found in my test were in a local cache left over after an earlier aborted update attempt, when these mirrors were on the list of repositories? If so does this point to a problem with the update/install algorithm? (If a site is removed then related material in the cache should be removed too, no?)
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