src.conf ignored; phantom named

Chris Rees crees at
Sat Mar 3 15:44:15 UTC 2012

On 2 March 2012 23:09, Yuri Pankov <yuri.pankov at> wrote:
> On Fri, 2 Mar 2012 17:41:28 -0500, Rotate 13 wrote:
>> I set WITHOUT_BIND="yes" in /etc/src.conf, and built/installed world.
>> Not only does /usr/sbin/named exist - named is actually started!
>> Several other WITHOUT_* variables also were apparently ignored, as
>> evidenced by stuff installed on running system.
>> My main question is - how do I debug this?  I have been combing over
>> makefiles under /usr/src (not to mention, going through /etc/rc.d/
>> trying to figure out what actually started named).  As far as I
>> ascertain, _WITHOUT_SRCCONF is *not* set anywhere for world building;
>> named_enable="no" in relevant rc.conf files; rpcbind and ntpd are not
>> running either.  Since named daemonized, it's not easy to tell who
>> started it - and grepping everything in sight, I can't figure out how
>> it got built in the first place.
>> uname -a:
>> FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE #0: Thu Feb 29
>> 10:28:17 CST 2012    root at
>> amd64
>> I focused substantial attention on /usr/src/share/ and
>> worked outward; but did not find anything obvious.
>> Advice on where to poke for the right information, much appreciated.
> src.conf controls what is (not) built. To actually remove the bits marked as
> WITHOUT_ from the system, try running `make delete-old` in /usr/src.

Has the behaviour of make delete-old changed?  As far as I can
remember, it doesn't remove stuff marked as WITHOUT_ --it's there to
deal with updates.


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