Re: make config stopped working

From: Tatsuki Makino <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2022 21:41:43 UTC

poudriere will work more reliably if the following are written in /usr/local/etc/poudriere.d/make.conf


To begin with, poudriere options are cumbersome :)
For example, the options created below are used for both of the following:

poudriere options -p $BRANCH -j $FBSDVER $pkgname
# ... option is used for both of the following
poudriere bulk -p $BRANCH -j $FBSDVER $pkgname
poudriere bulk -z $BRANCH -j $FBSDVER $pkgname

Priorities exist, but be sure to check for strange matches.

ls -d /usr/local/etc/poudriere.d/{*-options,options}

Or, poudriere options do not use -j, -p, -z at all.


Roger Marquis wrote on 2022/07/30 01:04:
> I have a similar issue with Poudriere:
>   poudriere options -p $BRANCH -j $FBSDVER $pkgname
> If there's an existing options file poudriere exists without calling
> dialog4ports.  Workaround so far as been to either maintain options
> outside of poudriere and rsync or edit the poudriere options file
> directly.  Perhaps there's a poudriere logging option I'm not familiar
> with?
> Roger