In message <20171122201845.ga57...@mail.laus.org>, Thomas Laus writes:
> Cy Schubert [cy.schub...@komquats.com] wrote:
> > I used to buildworld/installeworld using NFS shares at one time. Testing it
> again this morning revealed still no issues. I used a ro src and rw obj duri
> ng my test.
> The NFS server computer that is being used is running ZFS for the
> /usr/src and /usr/obj directories. Everything has been working
> normally for the past couple of years. My last successful CURRENT
> update was a couple of weeks ago using r325474. Maybe something has
> changed in ZFS properties assigned to these two datasets between
> r325474 and r326070. The buildworld and buildkernel was performed on
Not in my experience.
> the NFS server because it has much faster hardware. The NFS client
> connection is only used to install what the server has built to each
> much slower laptop PC. It is the case of a ~50 minute build time
> vs. something that takes nearly 24 hours on the laptops.
I abandoned NFS for src and obj because my four machines at home may,
depending on what I'm working on, have different patches applied. As said
before, when I tested it this morning it worked. I'll run a complete
end-to-end test tonight using an old laptop as the target of the test. It
hasn't been updated for a long time, exercising mergemaster.
Cy Schubert <cy.schub...@cschubert.com>
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