Restore Broken Package DB on Sabayon

System database not found or corrupted, running in safe mode using temporary, empty repository

phoenix jude # equo rescue resurrect
>> ####### ATTENTION: The installed package database will be resurrected, this will take a LOT of time.
>> ####### ATTENTION: Please use this function ONLY if you are using an Entropy-aware distribution.
     Can I continue ? [Yes/No] yes
     Are you REALLY sure ? [Yes/No] yes
     Do you even know what you're doing ? [Yes/No] yes
>>  @@ Creating backup of the previous database, if exists.
>>  @@ Previous database copied to file /var/lib/entropy/client/database/amd64/equo.db.backup.15103
>>   Initializing the new database at /var/lib/entropy/client/database/amd64/equo.db
>>   Database reinitialized correctly at /var/lib/entropy/client/database/amd64/equo.db
>>   Found 420663 files on the system. Assigning packages...
>>   Matching in repository: Sabayon Linux Official Repository
>>   Found 0 packages. Filling database...
>>   Database resurrected successfully.
>>   Now generating reverse dependencies metadata...
>>   Now indexing tables...
>>   Database reinitialized successfully.
>>   Keep in mind that virtual packages couldn't be matched. They don't own any files.
phoenix jude # 

fascinating and too simple!
For one thing, I have no clue why did it say “Found 0 packages.”, because just after this I was successful in doing an equo upgrade and it worked beautifully.
equo has become a teenager…

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