Dave Cornejo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> you wrote:
> > When you rebuild and install a new kernel, are you also doing a
> > `make buildworld` and a `make installworld` in /usr/src before you
> > reboot?
> My usual method is to build a kernel, reboot, build world, reboot,
> build a kernel using the new world, reboot again, do a mergemaster,
> one final build world, reboot, then test.
> If I'm bored I'll do it all over again after combing for stale binaries
> Fortunately, I have a very fast system. :-)

I think it can safely be said that you're rebooting too much.  The
process can be simplified to:
make world
make kernel

Best regards,
Mike Barcroft

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