Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2022 14:48:21 UTC
On Friday, December 23, 2022 3:41:30 PM CET Yasuhiro Kimura wrote: > From: Stefan Ehmann <email@example.com> > Subject: nasm-2.16.01,1 build (nearly) locks up machine > Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2022 15:31:00 +0100 > > > devel/nasm nearly killed my machine today: > > > > It starts thousands of gmake processes (probably until the machine locks > > up). > > > > I also see lots of log entries in the build log (probably ~1 per gmake > > > > invocation): > > : > asm/warnings.time > > > > gmake asm/warnings.c.time include/warnings.h.time doc/warnings.src.time > > gmake: Entering directory '/wrkdirs/usr/ports/devel/nasm/work/ > > nasm-2.16.01' > > > > Seems some kind of make loop. Is this a general problem or is there > > something wrong with my setup? I'm building in poudriere on 13.1/amd64. > > Do you build nasm 2.16.01 with poudriere and you tmpfs for working > directory (that is, you specify either 'USE_TMPFS=wrkdir' or > 'USE_TMPFS=yes' in poudriere.conf)? > > If so, you can work it around by disabling use of tmpfs by adding > 'USE_TMPFS=no' in poudriere.conf. Yea, I have USE_TMPFS=all in poudriere.conf. USE_TMPFS=no works indeed. Thanks for the fast reply.