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bug#31162: "guix pull" broke itself

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: bug#31162: "guix pull" broke itself
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:22:30 +0200
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Danny Milosavljevic <address@hidden> skribis:

>> You should grep in ~/.config/guix/latest as well.
> ~/.config/guix/latest$ grep -r util-linux-2.31 .
> ./gnu/packages/linux.scm:(define-public util-linux-2.31.1
> ./gnu/system.scm:         util-linux-2.31.1
> Binary file ./gnu/system.go matches
>> I can’t seem to reproduce the issue though.  Is it just running ‘guix
>> pull’ that breaks, or do ‘guix package’ or ‘guix system’ fail similarly?
> 'guix package' and 'guix system' fail as well, with the same message.

OK, so it sounds like it’s the *previous* ‘guix pull’ that left you with
miscompiled or otherwise broken modules.

Could you: ‘guix gc -R $(readlink -f ~/.config/guix/latest)’,
run ‘guix build --log-file’ for the relevant guix-*.drv, and see if the
build logs contain hints?

Besides, to work around the issue, you can always do:

  mv ~/.config/guix/latest{,.broken}
  guix pull


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