6.0 hangs (while building OOo)
mi at aldan.algebra.com
Tue Oct 4 06:03:45 PDT 2005
This happened twice already -- I rebuilt the kernel after the first
time. I'm currently running
FreeBSD 6.0-BETA5 #7: Mon Oct 3 19:10:37 EDT 2005
This is a dual Xeon-PII @450MHz with 512Mb of memory.
The OOo build progresses until it gets stuck on something like:
if ( -e ../../../unxfbsd.pro/slo/provider.o) touch ../../../unxfbsd.pro/slo/provider.obj
According to Ctrl-T, the active process is:
load: 0.00 cmd: perl5.8.7 64983 [runnable] 0.00u 0.01s 0% 4868k
but the machine is 100% idle. The build itself can be interrupted
with Ctrl-C, but the subsequent access to the work-directory
will somewhere. The first time `rm -rf' got hung. Now
`find work/ -name provider.o' is hanging (after displaying
The machine is otherwise usable. When rebooted after the first time
this happened, the reboot hung too -- I had to cold-reset it and the
filesystem hosting /usr/ports had to be fsck-ed.
This last build log can be found at:
but I doubt, it is OOo-specific, although other heavy ports (like
firefox or jdk14) built fine.
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