Re: Restraining poudriere
- In reply to: bob prohaska : "Re: Restraining poudriere"
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Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2021 18:16:28 UTC
> On 12. Jun 2021, at 20:08, bob prohaska <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > On Sat, Jun 12, 2021 at 10:45:13AM -0700, Jose Quinteiro wrote: >>> On 6/12/21 10:29 AM, bob prohaska wrote: >>> In playing with poudriere on raspberry pi 3 and 4 it seems to >>> work well on the 8 GB Pi4 but is over-optimistic on the 1 GB Pi3. >>> >> (snip) >> You might want to consider modifying your USE_TMPFS setting in >> poudriere.conf if you are constrained by memory. The default is "yes" >> which means use tmpfs(5) for the work dir and caching. I found I have to >> set this to "data" (caches only) in order to make full use of all my >> cores without running out of memory. >> > > That might be part of my trouble. I thought I'd turned tmpfs off, > and did in /etc/fstab but not in /usr/local/etc/poudriere.conf. > > For now I'm going to let it run and see what happens, thus far > it's nibbling away on llvm10 with one core. Hopefully more cores > will come into play as bootstrap progresses. > > Thanks for writing! > Disabling tmpfs was a good idea. You could also limit poudriere to one builder, but add llvm to ALLOW_MAKE_JOBS_PACKAGES. Back when I built package sets for the rPI3, I did so using crossbuilding on amd64, but I assume this exercise is not primarily about saving time :) Cheers, Michael  https://blog.grem.de/sysadmin/FreeBSD-On-rpi3-With-crochet-2018-10-27-18-00.html > bob prohaska >