Couldn't build a release with this morning's sources md1 fixit floppy space problem.

eculp at encontacto.net eculp at encontacto.net
Sun Jun 3 21:31:45 UTC 2007


Quoting eculp at encontacto.net:

> I tried to build a release from this morning's sources and it seems  
> that the fixit.flp needed more that the md alocated space.
>
> + [ x != x ]
> + mdconfig -a -t vnode -f /R/stage/floppies/fixit.flp
> + MDDEVICE=md1
> + [ ! -c /dev/md1 ]
> + trap umount /mnt; mdconfig -d -u md1 EXIT
> + [ xbsdlabel != x ]
> + bsdlabel -w -B -b /R/stage/trees/base/boot/boot md1 fd1440
> + newfs -O1 -i 40000 -o space -m 0 /dev/md1c
> /dev/md1c: 1.4MB (2880 sectors) block size 4096, fragment size 512
>         using 2 cylinder groups of 1.22MB, 312 blks, 32 inodes.
> super-block backups (for fsck -b #) at:
>  32, 2528
> + mount /dev/md1c /mnt
> + [ -d /R/stage/fixitfd ]
> + set -e
> + cd /R/stage/fixitfd
> + + findcpio . -print -dump
>  /mnt
> cpio: write error: No space left on device
> + umount /mnt
> + mdconfig -d -u md1
> *** Error code 1
>
> Stop in /usr/src/release.
> + umount /dev
> *** Error code 1
>
> I'm going to give it another try with MAKE_FLOPPIES=false which will  
> hopefully work.
>
> For future reference, it there a way to restart a broken make release?

Maybe I could just have put a -DNO_CLEAN and MAKE_FLOPPIES=false after  
the error and continued but i have my doubts.  Suggestions apreciated.  
  Especially being so near yet so far.

>
> ed
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