parv at pair.com
Sat May 15 15:38:10 PDT 2004
in message <20040515105453.GG94756 at real-life.tm>,
wrote Drav Sloan thusly...
> It gets through all the first parts of installing the linux jdk
> and then just hangs for _DAYS_ ... The annoying thing is I've tried
> it on 4.9 (two differing hardwares, one virtually a vanilla install
> of freebeard) and on 5.1. The same thing happens, as below....
> ===> Building for jdk-1.4.2p5
> # Start of jdk build
> bsd i586 1.4.2-p5 build started: 04-05-12 11:42
> if [ -r ./../../deploy/make/Makefile ]; then \
> ( cd ./../../deploy/make; gmake sanity EXTERNALSANITYCONTROL=true CONTROL_TOPDIR=/u/3/ports/java/jdk14/work/control CONTROL_TOPDIR_NAME=control ALT_OUTPUTDIR=/u/3/ports/java/jdk14/work/control/build/bsd-i586 ARCH_DATA_MODEL=32 MILESTONE=p5 BUILD_NUMBER=root_12_may_2004_11_42 ; ); \
> and then I get:
> PID USERNAME PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME WCPU CPU COMMAND
> 88791 root 63 0 6204K 23076K RUN 49.7H 96.18% 96.00% java
The build does take quite lot of a time. I have 320MB RAM, Intel
Pentium III 550-700MHz CPU, and thankfully enough space for this disk
hogging pig to be built. It took more than 5 hours to build/install
jdk-minimal-1.4.2p6_4 at ~700MHz on FreeBSD 4.9-p3 (or earlier).
The process was (re)nice-ed: sometimes to lower priority when i want
to use the computer for other things, and to higher priority when not
using computer (and wanted the damn long build process to finish).
If you have more resources than i do, then indeed something is/was
seriously wrong on your side. Hopefully, you will get more useful
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