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Old 05-29-2013, 12:40 PM   #16
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As I said, that method shows you every dependency in the whole repository, NOT just what you've installed. Was that the only dependency on samba-common that was shown?

(As you can see from my output, above, the Fedora 19 repositories don't contain any Samba 3 code.)

By the way, since I had that file, I thought that I would find an improved version of the program useful. So here's version 0.2:
Code:
#!/bin/gawk -f
# Parse the diagraph file created by the repo-graph command to create a list of all packages which depend
# on a specific package.
#
# Usage: Change the name in the BEGIN section, below, to contain the package for which you wish to
#        list the packages requiring it.
#
###################
# Since this may take some time, here's a "spinner" so you'll know it's running
BEGIN {
  spinner[0]="|"
  spinner[1]="/"
  spinner[2]="-"
  spinner[3]="\\"
  spinner_counter=3
}
function spin()
{
  printf("\b%s",spinner[(++spinner_counter)%4])
}
#################
# Initalization section. Look for a "-s" or "--search=" option
BEGIN {
  for (i=1;i< ARGC;++i) {
    if (ARGV[i] ~ /-s/) {
      requires=gensub(/.*=/,"",1,ARGV[i])
      delete ARGV[i]
      if ((!requires) && ARGV[i+1]) {
        requires=ARGV[++i]
        delete ARGV[i]
      }
    }
  }
  # Set the default serach term if necessary
  if (!requires) requires="samba-common"
  # And tell what we're going to do
  printf("\nList of all packages requiring \"%s\"\n\n", requires)
}
/ -> {/ {
  spin()
  name=gensub(/"/,"","g",$1) #"
  while (getline) {
    if ($0 ~ /^}/ ) break
    if ($0 ~ requires) {
      cmd="yum deplist " name
      while (cmd | getline line) {
        spin()
        n=split(line,part)
        if ((part[1] == "dependency:") && (part[2]==requires)) {
          version=((part[4])?part[3] " " part[4]:part[3])
          ++list[name][part[2]][version]
        }
      }
      close(cmd)
   }
  }
}
END {
  printf("\b")
  for (name in list) {
    print name
    for (need in list[name]) {
      for(version in list[name][need]) {
        print " " need version
      }
    }
  }
}
For the same repro-graph file, here's what I get for "samba:"
Code:
$ ./parse_graph-repo.gawk -s=samba konsole.out 

List of all packages requiring "samba"

sblim-cmpi-samba
 samba>= 3.0.10
samba-python
 samba= 2:4.0.5-1.fc19
freeipa-server-trust-ad
 samba>= 2:4.0.5-1
samba-test
 samba= 2:4.0.5-1.fc19
ris-linux
 samba
system-config-samba
 samba
kdenetwork-fileshare-samba
 samba
samba-swat
 samba= 2:4.0.5-1.fc19
mate-file-manager-share
 samba
 
Old 05-29-2013, 02:38 PM   #17
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OHhh I see, and yes that was the only dependency that showed up. I will try and run your 0.2 version. I just realized something, the first time I tried jnstalling samba4 for some reason I remember it saying 3.9.9 coming up and then with that script it only has 3.6.9. I think I'm missing something, I will check again. Thanks!

EDIT: I got this error
Code:
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:           ++list[name][part[2]][version]
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:                       ^ syntax error
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:           ++list[name][part[2]][version]
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:                               ^ syntax error
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:62:     for (need in list[name]) {
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:62:                      ^ syntax error
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:63:       for(version in list[name][need]) {
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:63:                          ^ syntax error

Last edited by Altiris; 05-29-2013 at 05:22 PM.
 
Old 05-30-2013, 09:27 AM   #18
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Altiris View Post
OHhh I see, and yes that was the only dependency that showed up. I will try and run your 0.2 version. I just realized something, the first time I tried jnstalling samba4 for some reason I remember it saying 3.9.9 coming up and then with that script it only has 3.6.9. I think I'm missing something, I will check again. Thanks!

EDIT: I got this error
Code:
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:           ++list[name][part[2]][version]
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:                       ^ syntax error
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:           ++list[name][part[2]][version]
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:51:                               ^ syntax error
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:62:     for (need in list[name]) {
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:62:                      ^ syntax error
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:63:       for(version in list[name][need]) {
gawk: ./parse_graph-repo.gawk:63:                          ^ syntax error
Those errors because I wrote the code for gawk version 4, which supports multidimensional arrays. It might be possible to re-write it for the older version 3. If I can, I'll post it here. (I may take me a while - I've got things I need to do this morning.)
 
Old 05-30-2013, 01:49 PM   #19
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It's fine, take as long as you want. It's not really a big deal, I will probably open a new thread on CentOS form also.
 
Old 05-31-2013, 01:25 PM   #20
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I think I found a better way: Don't reinvent the wheel!

Try this command: $ rpm -q --qf "[%{REQUIRENAME} %{REQUIREFLAGS:depflags} %{REQUIREVERSION}\n]" samba-common | grep '3\.0'

On my system, I get:
Code:
$ rpm -q --qf "[%{REQUIRENAME} %{REQUIREFLAGS:depflags} %{REQUIREVERSION}\n]" samba-common | grep '3\.0'
rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1
$ rpm -q --qf "[%{REQUIRENAME} %{REQUIREFLAGS:depflags} %{REQUIREVERSION}\n]" rpmlib
package rpmlib is not installed
And it's fast!
 
Old 05-31-2013, 04:39 PM   #21
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I already figured out what it was, I just had to remove samba-common-3.6.9 and I was able to install Samba4...HOWEVER I encountered the same problem (nbmd is dead but pid file exists) so I removed Samba4 and reinstalled Samba 3.6.9 or whatever version centos has by typing yum install samba and it installed. I messed around with the .conf file (making it local master, WINS server etc.) and now smb has the "is dead but pid file exists" error but nmb doesnt. I put the .conf file back to how it was by default and I am still getting "smb is dead but pid file exists". THIS IS SO WEIRD, its like the opposite just occured.

Last edited by Altiris; 05-31-2013 at 04:42 PM.
 
  


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