> On Jan 13, 2017, at 14:48, Ngie Cooper (yaneurabeya) <yaneurab...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > >> On Jan 13, 2017, at 12:23, Eric Joyner <e...@freebsd.org> wrote: >> >> ^ Message ^ >> >> It takes forever, but I keep on forgetting to time how long it takes, so I >> don't know how long "forever" is. > > Using -DNO_CLEAN on my 12.0-CURRENT / amd64 / 3GB RAM / 3 cores / VMware > Fusion + open-vmtools VM… > - … buildworld with special baked WITHOUT/MK options in src.conf: 26 mins > - …. buildkernel of GENERIC/GENERIC-NODEBUG with stripped src.conf and > MODULES_OVERRIDE: 14 minutes > > Overall time: 40 minutes > > Granted, I’m pretty up-to-date (just upgrading a few hundred revs at a time), > but a from-scratch build on more ample Sandybridge/Haswell hardware with SSDs > shouldn’t take any longer than 30 mins (if you optimize things heavily, it > can be less than that). > > If you need a beefy box to play with for building en masse (since you’re a > FreeBSD dev), try the universe*.freebsd.org boxes.
Important note: unless I have a good reason to test out GENERIC, I always used GENERIC-NODEBUG, so needless to say witness and other debug bits don’t add time to my build. Thanks, -Ngie
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