On Mon, Aug 22, 2016 at 10:24:25AM -0500, Eric van Gyzen wrote:
> I just tried a "make universe", and all the kernels failed because they 
> couldn't
> find the config files.  I had forgotten that I have this in /etc/src.conf:
> 
>       KERNCONF=NUMA
>       KERNCONFDIR=/etc
> 
> Since "make universe" is primarily used for build-testing changes in src,
> shouldn't it ignore /etc/src.conf (and possibly /etc/src-env.conf), like the
> following?  Or is "make universe" used for other purposes for which it really
> should read /etc/src*.conf?
> 
> --- Makefile  (revision 304226)
> +++ Makefile  (working copy)
> @@ -479,6 +479,7 @@
>  universe_${target}_${target_arch}: universe_${target}_prologue .MAKE .PHONY
>       @echo ">> ${target}.${target_arch} ${UNIVERSE_TARGET} started on 
> `LC_ALL=C date`"
>       @(cd ${.CURDIR} && env __MAKE_CONF=/dev/null \
> +         SRCCONF=/dev/null SRC_ENV_CONF=/dev/null \
>           ${SUB_MAKE} ${JFLAG} ${UNIVERSE_TARGET} \
>           TARGET=${target} \
>           TARGET_ARCH=${target_arch} \
> 

I'm CC-ing bdrewery@ who did a bunch of /etc/src-env.conf work.  I don't
*think* it was supposed to be required.  I might be wrong, though.

Glen

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