On Sat, May 22, 2021 at 04:51:31PM -0700, Mark Millard via freebsd-arm wrote: >In general these figures are approximations of the low >bound on a buildworld that is a (near) no-op but is >not frequently approached in my normal activity. But >it is rare for me to update the source tree again >and rebuild after only a few source commits after >what was originally rebuilt. For such, sub-half hour >rebuilds can certainly occur via META_MODE use. > >The context happened to be the ZFS based one in all >cases. Still no ccache use. That's wild. I have to look at meta mode. My use case though mostly involves building/updating ports with poudriere, and I'm happy it can use ccache. Am I right in thinking meta mode is a buildworld/kernel thing only? I've only heard of it; I know nothing about it. -- J.
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