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Title: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: zauopn on January 30, 2022, 08:15:34 am
I'm getting the following dependency errors after upgrading to 22.1, does any one know how to fix those issues? Also, internet is no longer working. Any help would be appreciated . Thanks.

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***GOT REQUEST TO AUDIT HEALTH***
Currently running OPNsense 22.1 (amd64/OpenSSL) at Sat Jan 29 22:48:14 PST 2022
>>> Check installed kernel version
Version 22.1 is correct.
>>> Check for missing or altered kernel files
No problems detected.
>>> Check installed base version
Version 22.1 is correct.
>>> Check for missing or altered base files
No problems detected.
>>> Check for missing package dependencies
Checking all packages: .......... done
py37-markupsafe has a missing dependency: python37
py37-markupsafe has a missing dependency: py37-setuptools
py37-markupsafe is missing a required shared library: libpython3.7m.so.1.0
py37-pymongo has a missing dependency: python37
py37-pymongo has a missing dependency: py37-setuptools
py37-pymongo is missing a required shared library: libpython3.7m.so.1.0
>>> Check for missing or altered package files
Checking all packages: .......... done
>>> Check for core packages consistency
Core package "opnsense" has 65 dependencies to check.
Checking packages: ................................................................... done
***DONE***


Also, the following errors show up in the console / terminal:

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FreeBSD/amd64 (OPNsense.localdomain) (ttgv8)

login: [ 849] iflib_netmap_config txr 1 rxr 1 txd 1824 rxd 1824
rbufsz 2848

[ 849] iflib_netmap_config txr 1 rxr 1 txd 1824 rxd 1824 rbufsz
2848

-m8: link state changed to DUNN

[ 849] iflib_netmap_config txr 1 rxr 1 txd 1824 rxd 1824 rbufsz
2848

-m8: link state changed to UP

reeBSDIamd64 (OPNsense.localdomain) (ttgv8)

login: 7
Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: franco on January 30, 2022, 10:50:02 am
We haven't shipped Python 3.7 for quite some time now so your issue lies with a third party repo or manual ports install.

The netmap message is not an error. Netmap unfortunately has a number of this debug/informational message that don't make much sense to anyone but the authors / those who know the internals by heart most likely.


Cheers,
Franco
Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: NUeB on January 30, 2022, 03:44:38 pm
I also get these messages about Python37 after the upgrade to 22.1

I can not remember to have installed any third party repo / manual ports. Never seen these messages before although I always update on the console.

'pkg updating' does not help me out…

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# pkg updating
pkg: Unable to open: /usr/ports/UPDATING

Any hints on how to fix this appreciated, TIA.


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Checking all packages: .......... done
py37-markupsafe has a missing dependency: python37
py37-markupsafe has a missing dependency: py37-setuptools
py37-markupsafe is missing a required shared library: libpython3.7m.so.1.0

>>> Missing package dependencies were detected.
>>> Found 2 issue(s) in the package database.

pkg-static: No packages available to install matching 'python37' have been found in the repositories
pkg-static: No packages available to install matching 'py37-setuptools' have been found in the repositories
>>> Summary of actions performed:

python37 dependency failed to be fixed
py37-setuptools dependency failed to be fixed

>>> There are still missing dependencies.
>>> Try fixing them manually.

>>> Also make sure to check 'pkg updating' for known issues.

Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: NUeB on January 30, 2022, 05:01:58 pm
Any help would be appreciated . Thanks.
After some reading I came to the conclusion, that py37-markupsafe is no longer needed. So I removed it:

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# pkg delete py37-markupsafe
Checking integrity... done (0 conflicting)
Deinstallation has been requested for the following 1 packages (of 0 packages in the universe):

Installed packages to be REMOVED:
        py37-markupsafe: 1.1.1_1

Number of packages to be removed: 1

Proceed with deinstalling packages? [y/N]: y
[1/1] Deinstalling py37-markupsafe-1.1.1_1...
[1/1] Deleting files for py37-markupsafe-1.1.1_1: 100%

 … I did this on my backup machine first to see if any side–effects occur. If not, I will do this on my production box after upgrading that one too.
Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: Koldnitz on January 30, 2022, 06:15:20 pm
I ran the firmware healthcheck and noticed I had the same missing dependency on my system.

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sudo pkg info -dx py37-markupsafe                                                                                                                                                                                                               ─╯
py37-markupsafe-1.1.1_1:
        python37-(null)
        py37-setuptools-(null)

Looks like it was depended on by the 2 above packages which are no longer installed.

I just deleted it like NUeb.

I reran the health check and nothing flagged.

Cheers,
Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: NUeB on January 31, 2022, 12:05:04 pm
I ran the firmware healthcheck and noticed I had the same missing dependency on my system.

Thanks for the hint. I've now checked this on my box, under OPNsense 21.7.8 the dependencies are alright:

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# pkg info -dx py37-markupsafe
py37-markupsafe-1.1.1_1:
        python37-3.7.11
        py37-setuptools-57.0.0

but after upgrading to 22.1 it's broken just like you reported (and has to be removed manually as shown before).

As I can not remember to have had any "3rd party" stuff installed and I know that I didn't install anything manual, I do blame OPNsense update / upgrade for not cleaning this up in the first place: While 22.1 was being installed, the very first steps were removing all Python3.7 stuff, except for that package (sadly I was too slow to grab a screenshot of that).
Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: crissi on February 04, 2022, 05:39:48 pm

The netmap message is not an error. Netmap unfortunately has a number of this debug/informational message that don't make much sense to anyone but the authors / those who know the internals by heart most likely.


Cheers,
Franco

Get as well still the 809.618885 [ 849] iflib_netmap_config       txr 4 rxr 4 txd 1024 rxd 1024 rbufsz 2048 messages...

If they are not errors, how to disable them permanently?

Thx!
Title: Re: Multiple missing dependency and iflib_netmap_config errors after update to 22.1
Post by: BISI Sysadmin on April 24, 2022, 08:47:18 pm
We haven't shipped Python 3.7 for quite some time now so your issue lies with a third party repo or manual ports install.

Cheers,
Franco

After some reading I came to the conclusion, that py37-markupsafe is no longer needed. So I removed it:

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# pkg delete py37-markupsafe
Checking integrity... done (0 conflicting)
Deinstallation has been requested for the following 1 packages (of 0 packages in the universe):

Installed packages to be REMOVED:
        py37-markupsafe: 1.1.1_1
...

 … I did this on my backup machine first to see if any side–effects occur. If not, I will do this on my production box after upgrading that one too.

I assume NUeB did this at the console with a keyboard.

I have approximately 20 remote opnsense boxes that I am seeing this message on, and I'm wondering if anybody (Franco?) has suggestions as to the best way to proceed.  They are all at different clients.  SSH has not been enabled.  I can enable SSH on each, but I'm wondering if there is a better way that I am unaware of.

Thanks in Advance!
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