Le 25/11/2015 22:11, Bryan Drewery a écrit :
On 11/25/2015 12:59 PM, Juan Ramón Molina Menor wrote:
Le 25/11/2015 19:50, Bryan Drewery a écrit :
On 11/25/2015 10:09 AM, Juan Molina wrote:
On 11/24/2015 1:31 AM, M&S - Krasznai András wrote:
/What can I do to eliminate the ccache error during installworld
apart from not using ccache? /
I would recommend not setting CC or CCACHE_PATH in make.conf and using
the new WITH_CCACHE_BUILD=yes option instead.
I’m seeing the same ccache errors and I do not have CC or CCACHE_PATH
defined anywhere. Only WITH_CCACHE_BUILD and WITH_FAST_DEPEND in
WITH_FAST_DEPEND is not related.
OK, thanks. I was referring to the content of /etc/src.conf. By the way,
there is no /etc/make.conf in this system.
Are you building and installing as a different user? Using a different
MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX in build and install?
Not at all, just following the /etc/src/UPDATING instructions, as root:
# cd /usr/src
# svn up
# make -j2 buildworld
# make -j2 kernel
<no reboot in single user>
# mergemaster -Fp
# make installworld COMPILER_TYPE="clang"
<COMPILER_TYPE is required>
# mergemaster -Fi
# make delete-old
Do you have CCACHE_PATH in your environment?
Yes, it is set in /etc/csh.cshrc as indicate the ccache instructions:
# echo $CCACHE_PATH
Run 'make ccache-print-options|grep path'. It should have no value.
# make ccache-print-options | grep path
(environment) path =
Which branch and revision is this?
11.0-CURRENT r291280 (yesterday).
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