FreeBSD 8-Current AMD64: not compiling world,
core dump with new kernel
Johan at double-l.nl
Mon Jan 5 04:39:47 PST 2009
>I've trouble compiling world on a FreeBSD 8.0-CUR/amd64 box. uname is as
>FreeBSD thusnelda.geoinf.fu-berlin.de 8.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 8.0-CURRENT #5
>r185330: Wed Nov 26 08:29:58 UTC 2008
>I've cvsup'ed the most recent sources, but as the weeks before,
>compilation of 'world' stops at this point:
< snip >
< /snip >
>Also, the kernel dated as the uname output shows is the only one that
>boots correctly on this box (DELL Poweredge 1950 with two XEON CPUs,
>dmesg follows). I can compile a kernel with the most recent sources, but
>the kernel crashes when booting (this happens also on a dual core Lenovo
>Thinkpad and affects another SMP box also, but not my private UP box).
>But this is another issue I will report separately.
>Can anyone help fixing the problem above? I deleted the stuff remaining
>in /usr/obj/ and started with a freshly 'svn update', but without
>success. I guess there is something out of sync, but don't know what.
>Thanks in advance,
Do you use -jx to do a buildworld ?
If so do the buildworld without -jx
I have 2 systems running 8.0-CURRENT, and both do not compile with -jx, but do build fine without the -jx option.
See also the build with -j3 fails thread.
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