Le 21/04/2014 20:49, Bruce Dubbs a écrit :
> Pierre Labastie wrote:
>> Le 20/04/2014 23:26, Ken Moffat a écrit :
>>>   I've no idea what that refers to, but it doesn't matter.  I know
>>> that (at least) you and Pierre use jhalfs, and for me that is
>>> unusable (/scratch is an nfs mount on/from my server, I _really_ do
>>> not want to try to build there - by the same token, I use different
>>> 'patch' commands).  [...]
>> If you tell me what your setting is, I could arrange to make jhalfs 
>> compatible
>> with this setting, and you could see whether you want to use it...
> I'm not sure that's needed Pierre.  The only thing to do is to just copy 
> the sources to the local LFS partition.  I have a couple of scripts I 
> keep in $LFS/sources, check.sh and extra.sh.  They are also included in 
> the lfs source tarballs on the files mirrors.
I meant I was wondering why jhalfs was not usable by Ken, and that maybe a
little bit of customization could make it usable for him.
> [...]
> For convenience I also have scripts to mount and unmount virtual file 
> systems and to clean up $LFS prior to the start of a new build.  I also 
> have an alias to enter chroot.
All that is also in jhalfs:
- make -C /mnt/lfs/jhalfs devices # for mounting virtual files
- make -C /mnt/lfs/jhalfs teardown # for unmounting them
- Cleaning is done if you tick "General Settings->Rebuild files"
- make -C /mnt/lfs/jhalfs chroot # mount the virtual files and enter chroot.
Unmounting is done automatically at exit.
> [...]
> My most recent test used 64 SBU @ 123 seconds/SBU.  If I used -j2 it 
> would probably be faster.  I need to check that out.
My SBU is 160 seconds, but if I need a fast build, I can use -j4 (or 5) and
disable tests, to get a full build in a hour and a half or so.

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