[Bug 257482] buildworld: clang segfaults building 12.2-RELEASE sources on 12.1-p13

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Date: Sun, 01 Aug 2021 05:17:05 +0000
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=257482

--- Comment #10 from Helio Luchtenberg Junior <helio.luchtenberg_at_gmail.com> ---
After running normal upgrade procedures, got to successfully upgrade to:

FreeBSD server00.hlj.com.br 12.2-RELEASE-p9 FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE-p9 #0
2430d82b40ea(releng/12.2)-dirty: Sat Jul 31 23:37:24 -03 2021    
hlj_at_server00.hlj.com.br:/usr/obj/usr/src.again/amd64.amd64/sys/GENERIC  amd64

and everything that worked before is working now with the packages upgraded as
well.

It is not up to me to decide over this but I strongly question about what is
said about GIT, that it is scalable.

Question #1: How can it be scalable if when running "git clone ..." if network
fails for some reason the connection drops and have to start everything from
zero again.  How this can be considered "scalable".  Only for local networks
with no network glitches I suppose.

Question #2:  Even worse than (1),  considering all the FreeBSD System sources
they have approximately 1.4Gbytes of size.  But the "/.git/"  directory,
containing things about GIT system, have almost 300% the size of the SOURCE
ITSELF (3.3Gbytes) see:

root_at_server00:/usr # du -s src.again
4769400 src.again
root_at_server00:/usr # du -s src.again/.git
3347380 src.again/.git

How can this too be considered "scalable" if so much disk space is needed,
curiously 3 times the size of the sources being managed.

I use FreeBSD since 2.2.1-RELEASE and still don't understand why CVS was
abandoned in favor of GIT.

Anyway, the issue is solved now that I downloaded all the sources again since
first issue appeared and now it worked.

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