On Sat, Feb 10, 2007 at 10:11:55PM -0600, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> On 08/02/07, Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Things hung up after buildworld, during buildkernel.
> Which things?
> > only been happening in the past two or three days. Has anybody
> > else seen this?
> Assuming you are not using -j, what is the error
> from make buildkernel?
> Have you:
> a) Vetted your kernel config?
> b) Checked your /etc/make.conf for naughty flags?
> c) Assured yourself that this is not an error related
> to bad memory?
I never use "-j"; so that's out. I'm not quite some about the
KERNEL config file. It was whatever is one the 5.3 CD and
upgraded to 5.5. Probably work checking. I was using -O3 in
make.conf for the buildworld. Yes/no? I figured that by-now,
with 5.5 gcc would allow higher optimizations... . Everything
else in /etc/make.conf is pretty benign. Memory and disk are
solid. --I'm doing another buildworld now in fact. doing a
/bin/rm -rf on /usr/obj helped before, so I'm trying again
If this fails, I'll clean /usr/obj and reset the optimization to
-O; try again. I'll snip the last few lines if failure and send
them in several hours. [[I've been doing this since 2.0.5; this
seems like ``the most troubles'' ... but probably not!
Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.thought.org Public Service Unix
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