BETA3 showstoppers (read: critical bugs)
ma at dt.e-technik.uni-dortmund.de
Tue Sep 7 08:16:32 PDT 2004
Ruslan Ermilov <ru at freebsd.org> writes:
> I checked the contents of .depend files for the said utilities, and all
> of them contain dependencies on ng_message.h (the one that was changed).
> I don't know what happened in your case, but everything looks correct.
> Here's what I did:
> 1. A clean buildworld (with an empty /usr/obj).
> 2. touch(1) src/sys/netgraph/ng_message.h.
> 3. A -DNOCLEAN buildworld.
> And here's the complete list of things that were rebuilt as a result:
> ===> lib/libnetgraph
> ===> lib/libbsnmp/modules/snmp_atm
> ===> lib/libbsnmp/modules/snmp_netgraph
> ===> libexec/pppoed
> ===> rescue/ (atmconfig)
> ===> sbin/atm/atmconfig
> ===> usr.bin/atm/sscop
> ===> usr.bin/kdump (this one is getting always rebuilt with -DNOCLEAN)
> ===> usr.bin/netstat
> ===> usr.bin/truss (this one is getting always rebuilt with -DNOCLEAN)
> ===> usr.sbin/bluetooth/bcmfw
> ===> usr.sbin/bluetooth/bt3cfw
> ===> usr.sbin/bluetooth/hcseriald
> ===> usr.sbin/ngctl
> ===> usr.sbin/nghook
> ===> usr.sbin/ppp
Looks fine. I still wonder why I saw these problems until recompiling
ngctl and ppp manually. My machine has the CMOS clock running in UTC and
runs NTP 24x7, I doubt it's been clock issues. I wonder if we'll ever
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