Virtual Memory Exhausted in compilation GNOME2

Vladimir Dvorak dvorakv at vdsoft.org
Sun Aug 21 11:54:03 GMT 2005


Dan Nelson wrote:

>In the last episode (Aug 19), Vladimir Dvorak said:
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>>I have problem installing Gnome2 from ports collestion.
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>>--- cut ---
>> cc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I..
>>    
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>...
>  
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>>gucharmap-unicode-info.lo -MD -MP -MF .deps/gucharmap-unicode-info.Tpo
>>-c gucharmap-unicode-info.c  -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/gucharmap-unicode-info.o
>>virtual memory exhausted: Cannot allocate memory
>>gmake[2]: *** [gucharmap-unicode-info.lo] Error 1
>>
>>I seems that system come out of memory. I added more swap space and
>>now I have really huge amount of memory:
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>>devel# swapinfo -h
>>Device          1K-blocks     Used    Avail Capacity
>>/dev/ad8s1b        494464      23M     483M     5%
>>/dev/md0           307200     1.0M     300M     0%
>>/dev/md1           307200     1.0M     300M     0%
>>/dev/md2          1935360     508K     1.8G     0%
>>Total             3044224      26M     2.9G     1%
>>    
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>Those md devices aren't swap-backed, are they?  :)  How much physical
>RAM do you have?  I just did a test build of gucharmap on my 5.4
>machine and compiling gucharmap-unicode-info.c took ~80MB of memory
>according to top.
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I solved this with CFLAGS turned off.

Vladimir


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