Adam Vandemore wrote:
> Gary Kline wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 06, 2009 at 12:02:07AM -0400, Robert Huff wrote:
>>  
>>> Tim Judd writes:
>>>
>>>    
>>>>  I don't understand the "months/years" or "weeks/days" symptom of OOo.
>>>>  
>>>>  On my dual-core system at work,  Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU         
>>>> 6600  @
>>>>  2.40GHz
>>>>  
>>>>  Took about 4 hours.  It only seemed to utilize only 1 CPU...  my
>>>>  top always said <=50% CPU usage
>>>>       
>>>     For comparison: on a P4/2.26ghz/2 gbyte RAM, lightly loaded
>>> with fairly fast SCSI disks, it takes 30+ hours.
>>>
>>>
>>>                 Robert Huff
>>>     
>>
>>     Sorry if this is getting old.... .
>>
>>     I'm running two desktops, one 2.8GHz, this one 2.4.  Both with
>>     "only" 1G ram.  I useemy hardware pretty intensively, not lightly
>>     loaded, and building a full-blown OO takes at least three days.
>>     ---This is when I've got plenty of space.  With fewer than  5G
>>     disk, forget it.  That's why I want my next computer to be not
>>     only powerful but with diskspace to burn.
>>
>>
>>
>>   
> just got done compiling ooo3 devel on 1.4 gz pentium-m.  I think it
> took less than a day, 512 ram, nothing else running.
>

My tinderbox machine (see ports-mgmt/tinderbox and
http://tinderbox.marcuscom.com/README.html) builds this in 8 hours
(assuming the distfiles are already available locally). It is a modest
2.5Ghz P4 with 2G RAM and plenty of disk space. I am also using ccache.
I would be glad to make these packages available somewhere (this machine
is constantly building packages anyway), but I don't have this kind of
space available anywhere. If people care enough though, I could probably
create a torrent.
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