New `Refreshing AUR` stage failure cancels a repo’s package installation operation of pamac
Pamac 10.3.0-4 - libpamac 11.2.0
Variant in use
Manjaro (unstable branch of updates)
What's not working
Package installation cancels by AUR refreshing stage failure.
How to reproduce?
In case of failure of the
AUR refreshing, pamac install fails to install a repo package.
More information (optional)
Refreshing AUR stage failure cancels a repo’s package installation operation of pamac
...and leads to more load of AUR file host server cause of further immediate retry(-ies) in order to get a Manjaro native repo package to be installed.
~/Desktop ❯ pamac install nodejs Preparing... Synchronizing package databases... Refreshing AUR... 6.9 MB/9.4 MB https://aur.archlinux.org/packages-meta-ext-v1.json.gz: Connection terminated unexpectedly ~/Desktop ❯ pamac install nodejs Preparing... Synchronizing package databases... Refreshing AUR... Choose optional dependencies for nodejs: 1: npm: nodejs package manager Enter a selection (default=none): ...
According to https://forum.manjaro.org/t/refreshing-aur-stage-downloads-a-9-3-mib-file-and-eats-about-1-5-gib-of-ram-memory/100170 now
pamac install operation eats that much amount of RAM during simple package installation.
pamac --version Pamac 10.3.0-4 - libpamac 11.2.0
pacman-mirrors -G unstable
libpamac 11.2.0 from
pamac --version is insufficient info about that dependency, please add package build into into it as you did for the
Pamac 10.3.0-4 in it: this simplifies user report and do not waste to other operations like:
pamac info libpamac | grep 'Ver' Version : 11.2.0-5
Please add it into full output of
pamac --version if you need to know it's
-5 build number. Otherwise at least it looks like inconsistent output: one item with build number, other one w/o it.
And prior to install
nodejs I rebooted PC, so I have running
11.2.0-5 before to install the