problems fetching lang/gcc*: random?
neuhauser at chello.cz
Sun Mar 20 07:08:24 PST 2005
# fernan at iib.unsam.edu.ar / 2005-03-20 00:05:04 -0300:
> | On Thu, 17 Mar 2005, Fernan Aguero wrote:
> | > In all cases this is as far as I get:
> | >
> | > pi# pwd
> | > /usr/ports/lang/gcc34
> | > pi# make fetch
> | > Making GCC 3.4.4 for FreeBSD 4.11 target=i386-portbld-freebsd4.11
> | > => gcc-core-3.4-20050311.tar.bz2 doesn't seem to exist in /usr/ports/distfiles/.
> | >
> | > at the same time CPU usage raises considerably and 75-80% of
> | > this corresponds to a process named random, which ps(1) shows
> | > as /usr/games/random. As soon as I Ctrl-C and quit the
> | > fetch, this process disappears and CPU usage return to
> | > normal levels. This is the second reason I found this weird.
> The raise in the CPU usage makes me think that the list
> might be monstrous. However, I've run a 'make fetch'
> overnight once and it never got to fetch anything, so it
> seems like it never finished.
> Of course, the list in MASTER_SITE_GCC is not that big, so
> it should be something else. But that something seems to be in
> the gcc* ports.
> Any ideas anyone?
That looks like a problem in random. Can you post the exact
(expanded) command line that causes it to hang?
Also, uname -a?
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