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On 10/05/14 20:51, David Wolfskill wrote: > On Sun, Oct 05, 2014 at 08:37:26PM -0700, Russell L. Carter wrote: >> Greetings, >> >> Am I the only one attempting to maintain a local cluster using a >> buildworld server and mounting /usr/src/ and /usr/obj/ via NFS? > [...] > that, and I no longer recall what might have contributed to it. > But I do definitely do NFS installs; ref.: > > FreeBSD albert.catwhisker.org 9.3-STABLE FreeBSD 9.3-STABLE #74 > r272439M/272471:903504: Fri Oct 3 05:14:22 PDT 2014 > r...@freebeast.catwhisker.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/ALBERT i386 > > FreeBSD bats.catwhisker.org 9.3-STABLE FreeBSD 9.3-STABLE #74 > r272439M/272471:903504: Fri Oct 3 05:17:39 PDT 2014 > r...@freebeast.catwhisker.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/BATS i386 > > (My "build machine" -- "freebeast" -- is powered off until just > before midnight.) - -current has weather: NFS installs in May Jun required write privileges on the NFS share so the local system could build what it felt was out-of-date, but then at some point root mounts lost write privileges (even though linux can mount NFS root rw no problem, I haven't bothered to track this down yet). And that is basically a GOOD THING, so I've tried hard to get my installs working that way. Through a lot of July and August this was no problem. But in September it started again. It's a timestamp issue with dependencies, I am guessing, but I'm a cmake man these days, and don't know how to debug it. Russell (and am I'm the only luser around that depends on thunderbird external editor to make my messages readable, and now that it appears to be broken I'm back to stupid land?) > Peace, david > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2 iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJUMh4OAAoJEFnLrGVSDFaEWNMQAInucNxPiv2jufB9QXJzf3RC NlKzDL6HgUOLF+RBTwz0CmY2o7yejXpKjqfZVMZCzEcROQMagI4rvjJAyHc8RYmN /7Yv7SSjqGjOzJqMZNLIXTnwApZoXoQjkRK7xGStcjtNFO5eBekVmShvqtfGC6No 39HqFQ7HQGw5g8YQnvBw1lPmOv96Mawn7Yx9QYsM7EsZoy+pij4ZylPDz5Z8Ondq Teya/PNSr6vHeHR0pCsFdbt2ePZyVxjyJAkMJLwc+7WBd0+NG/Nh6YRfHZFOcpT4 reyzAbejSoWvOjOt7qeLsClB90T6Fuu8zN2dbbabjU4VSfAKAF0jG8+lTZ0wBpUD DabsiCrlur+aVwPP6Bi24sbOb7L1rHS7xBQOUYeJpcgFNbh9exDVbvIeB3ZdCDIt yxriPgR43UOYYKmUl4xnzWOv3Z0mGSmOXhXcU2CB6khqjwc9JtofnTOZtTnyuOon NL9QlVbloenDPXDi9OeaxxxRoBd7gNZteq41NcVmLxvb+iwYuy21l954y85fze0d KUMCKvydq2GjXsT81jj5BtIedMtURfPRycNV+3kPl+/MC1A/ECteqVtgXxuIP740 JeCBhUlMRJvifQgIabZezdtNW9v1A7jrmYCtjTGw2CIvvcMs/RITu4Iqu4cDQ/xS 2bXkVKiHicbxTxyEdSpe =qQFl -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"