On Tue, Nov 25, 2003 at 03:35:54PM -0800, walt wrote:
> Kevin Oberman wrote:
> >...Because changes are applied that will allow smooth upgrades
> >when the kernel is built after the new system is built, but before it is
> >installed, "make world" is increasingly unlikely to work...
> The recent statfs changes demonstrated why the 'makeworld' > 'makekernel'
> sequence sometimes fails  :-(
> But I'm still very fuzzy on why the 'makekernel' > 'makeworld' sequence
> is not recommended in FreeBSD the way it is, for example, in OpenBSD.
> What does 'buildworld' give us that the new kernel might need?  Just a
> simple example would help me more than anything.

The correct toolchain including the compiler and config(8).

-- Brooks

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