[head tinderbox] failure on arm/arm

Adrian Chadd adrian at freebsd.org
Sat Nov 10 16:03:02 UTC 2012

On 10 November 2012 07:10, Doug Brewer <brewer.doug at gmail.com> wrote:
> Adrian Chadd wrote:
> On 9 November 2012 14:37, Chuck Burns <break19 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Adrian. diskspace and cpu cycles are things I can spare, drop me a line
>> > outside of the ML and we can discuss particulars. "It's just a personal
>> > box.. on a residential internet service, I have an amd64 box with 600G free
>> > on my pool.. 8G ram.. and I have a smaller i386 box... 100G or so free, 512M
>> > ram..  just drop me a line..
>> Hi,
>> Those I do have - I have access to all of the ref* boxes in the
>> cluster. I'm just typically hacking on this stuff on the train or at a
>> cafe, and I don't have a workflow setup for pushing out potential
>> diffs to build machines that have all the grunt/disk space for each
>> little change that I do.
> Wait wait wait. It makes me wonder if you get the patch tested well
> on the train or at a cafe before being committed.

I tend to have a _lot_ of FreeBSD devices on me. People who have seen
me hack can attest to this.

>> I'm sorry about breaking things from time to time, but besides a small
>> handful of "what was I thinking?!" things, the build breaks are just
>> that - build breaks. They're easily fixed.
> I do not care how things are easily fixed. Remember, when Sam Leffler
> was the maintainer of ath and CAMBRIA board (it's an embedded device, right?),
> he had never broke the build.

He's better than I? :)


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