[Bug 257948] */*: Fails to package on i386: pkg-static: archive_write_open_filename(*): Cannot allocate memory

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Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2021 10:36:11 +0000

--- Comment #7 from Dawid Gorecki <dgr_at_semihalf.com> ---
The implementation of ASLR in FreeBSD often exhausts the available address
space on 32-bit ABIs for memory intensive processes. In fact, when I last
tested this, armv7 and i386 couldn't even build world, not just ports. This is
not a problem on 64-bit - everything should work fine there. But for now the
only workaround on 32-bit (including 32-bit compatibility layer on 64-bit
architectures) is disabling the ASLR entirely.

I haven't tested architectures other than i386 and armv7 but I'm pretty sure
that this applies to 32-bit PPC and MIPS too.

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