Date: Sat, 13 Aug 2022 17:07:34 UTC
On Sat, Aug 13, 2022 at 05:52:09PM +0100, Nuno Teixeira wrote: > Hello David, > > I've tested it but it still fails: > --- > pid 64502 (c++), jid 7, uid 65534, was killed: failed to reclaim memory > swap_pager: out of swap space > --- > > on a Lenovo Legion 5, 16GB RAM and 4GB swap. That appears to be an issue with a lack of memory in the environment you are using, which is not the problem I was having. My machine (presently running stable/13, building chromium, gimp-app, kf5-extra-cmake-modules, and wireshark using poudriere): freebeast(13.1-S) sysctl vm.vmtotal vm.vmtotal: System wide totals computed every five seconds: (values in kilobytes) =============================================== Processes: (RUNQ: 42 Disk Wait: 0 Page Wait: 0 Sleep: 328) Virtual Memory: (Total: 4987364K Active: 4848512K) Real Memory: (Total: 2569600K Active: 2559048K) Shared Virtual Memory: (Total: 342664K Active: 206984K) Shared Real Memory: (Total: 138264K Active: 128064K) Free Memory: 70356232K > Why you using a `git revert` on last commit of > textproc/py-sphinx-markdown-tables? This was based on the content of email messages (in this thread) from Martin Waschbüsch, Moin Rahman, and Brooks Davis. Specifically, the last-cited message: | Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2022 21:08:42 +0000 | From: Brooks Davis <email@example.com> | To: David Wolfskill <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Cc: email@example.com | Subject: Re: devel/llvm13 build: "ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed" | | An ill-advised update was made to textproc/py-sphinx-markdown-tables which | broke llvm13 and later. Hopefully it will be reverted soon. | | -- Brooks I verified that the reversion was effective in resolving the issue for me in stable/12 (and have subsequently also verified it for stable/13), and reported the same, in case it helps others. > .... Peace, david -- David H. Wolfskill firstname.lastname@example.org See "Truth Social"? Read it as "Pravda" -- and adjust expectations accordingly. See https://www.catwhisker.org/~david/publickey.gpg for my public key.