On 18/01/2015 02:35, Steve Kargl wrote:
On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 02:10:19AM +0000, Steven Hartland wrote:
On 18/01/2015 01:44, Steve Kargl wrote:
On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 01:40:09AM +0000, Steven Hartland wrote:
% svn revert -r 377300:377299 .
Just double checked and I can building r277307 without issue, build box
is running 10.1-RELEASE.

My head box is quite a bit slower and is still running, but it did
complete a full buildworld on what is r277300 before it was committed so
no reason to think it wont complete.
My laptop is running

% uname -a (with some editing)
FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT r275646: Tue Dec  9 12:23:30 PST 2014

and I understand the "a bit slower" statement as it takes 5+ hours
to buildworld on my laptop.

Note sure if it matters, but I'm building i386 not amd64.
I just replaced my make.conf and src.conf with the ones you posted and
am retested and again the build completes.

tinderbox being based off universe just with error reporting so tested
buildworld and buildkernel for all arch's so I can't see i386 being an
issue either, but I'm testing now with TARGET=i386 just be be sure.

Could you verify you don't have something stale or a bad checkout?
I did all of the checking before I sent the first email (including
multiple 'svn update' and 'svn status').  The tree before reverting
your patch was an up-to-date head without any other patches.  I
use neither ccache nor -DNOCLEAN and use 'rm -rf /usr/obj/*' to
clean out OBJDIR.  Without your patch installed everything completed
as I expected (well, I did hit the MCA_system issue), and updated
my system.  I'm now trying to again rebuild buildworld from scratch.
This is going to take awhile.
buildworld with TARGET=i386 worked fine as did standard amd64 on head

...lsqlite3   -lz  -lcrypto  -lssl  -lpthread
--- buildworld_epilogue ---
>>> World build completed on Sun Jan 18 02:23:24 UTC 2015

...uments  -o ldd32 ldd.o sods.o
--- buildworld_epilogue ---
>>> World build completed on Sun Jan 18 02:40:26 UTC 2015

Both from Revision: 277307
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