…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 `Refreshing AUR` stage downloads a 9.3 MiB file and eats about 1.5 GiB of RAM memory 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