6.0-CURRENT Build Failure w/ SCHED_ULE
geoff at speicher.org
Wed Sep 15 06:17:02 PDT 2004
On Wed, Sep 15, 2004 at 07:18:36AM -0600, Ryan Sommers wrote:
> As a temporary workaround I'm using -DNO_WERROR to at least build a ULE
> As I have time today I'll see if my green kernel hacking skills can turn
> anything up. :)
Looks like Julian beat you to it:
> Ryan Sommers
> ryans at gamersimpact.com
> Ryan Sommers said:
> > I attempted to build a kernel from the latest current and it failed with a
> > "remrunqueue defined but not used" warning when it hit kern/kern_switch.c
> > due to the fact it's compiling with the -Werror switch. Building with
> > SCHED_4BSD worked fine. I don't have all that much time to mess with it
> > right now so I'm going to post this instead of digging further at this
> > point. I wasn't able to surmise where the -Werror option was being added
> > (I don't have it as a makeoption in my kernel config) to see if it
> > compiled fine otherwise. Perhaps this is an error with my kernel config;
> > since it worked with 4BSD I'll post it.
> > If anyone has any patches I can test them out; just don't have time to try
> > and come up with one.
> > Ryan Sommers
> > ryans at gamersimpact.com
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