> >> For over a week now, I have been unable to complete a 'make world' on
> >> my -CURRENT box if I specify -j4. The system hangs and is completely
> >> unresponsive. This is a dual Celeron and an Abit BP6 motherboard. As
> >> far as I can tell, nobody knows what's causing this, nor even how to
> >> attack the problem. I'd like to solicit feedback about the extent of
> >> the problem, the possible causes, and how to debug it.
> > I have been building releases with WORLD_FLAGS=-j4 successfully on my
> > SMP box with a Dec 1 kernel for the past week. Yesterday I upgraded the
> > kernel and with the new kernel did a make world -j4 which completed with
> > no problems. And afterwards a make release with WORLD_FLAGS=-j4 also
> > finished with no problems. So -current isn't totally broken. It might
> > be timing related. My machine is an old dual 266MHz PII.
> How many processors does your machine have?
John Hay -- [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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