Is there method to check this with compiled binaries?

I never update world on live system since it is -CURRENT branch and I keep 
possible incompatibility in mind.

You can also look into my build script I’ve published in same repository.


Arseny Nasokin

> On 22 Mar 2016, at 19:29, Hans Petter Selasky <h...@selasky.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> Were all kernel modules in /boot/modules rebuilt?
> --HPS
> On 03/21/16 23:32, Arseny Nasokin wrote:
>> I've recently upgrade my machine to FreeBSD-Current revision 297059 and got
>> strange result on first boot lines:
>> sysctl: OID number(131) is already in use for 'me'
>> I build system in two stages: first with 'native'/crosstools clang, second
>> in bhyve. This message appears in both times.
>> I've tried to boot latest FreeBSD-10 and I've seen no such message.
>> My kernel config is here:
>> https://bitbucket.org/eirnym/bsd/src/7f7e4a234b5bba4b346fd76e5f8b35d58d2bec29/eroese/EirZen.amd64
>> -- Eir Nym

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