tinderbox - tinderd and nullfs?
itetcu at FreeBSD.org
Wed Feb 11 23:07:13 PST 2009
On Tue, 10 Feb 2009 21:07:56 +0100
Torfinn Ingolfsen <tingox at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 1:00 AM, Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at freebsd.org>
> > ps axw
> > mount
> Actually, it did eventually build. The reason for the time was that it
> built 77 ports (dependencies?) in that run.
> So, tinderbuild works.
> Restarting tinderd didn't have any effect - the job in the tinderd
> queue still didn't move, and nothing happened to tinderd.
> Howevr, I deleted that job (from the web ui), and re-scheduled the
> same port (also from the web ui).
> This time it worked without problems.
> Perhaps the minor upgrade from tinderbox 3.1.2_1 to 3.1.2_2 fixed the
> problem? Anyway, it works now.
> Thanks to everyone for their help.
Don't see how. That was only small fix for non-default OPTIONS.
> > If you use reply all there are better chances the other people that
> > replied to your email get your message in front of their ayes ;-)
> Well, IMHO such practice is a bit "intrusive" unless a person have
> explicitly asked to be copied (or I really, really want to get that
> person's attention). So I'll risk it. :-)
Our list charter say 'reply all'; among other things because we don't
require posters to be subscribed to the list they are posting on, so if
you don't reply all they won't get the message.
Also we consider it nice to CC the port maintainer when we post on
ports at .
> After all, this is a mailing list - interested parties are supposed to
> to read it, right?
> (I made an exception for you this time)
Yeh. I'm supposed to read at least briefly about 500 messages per day
from a few lists. Real life usually gets in the way.
(There was a time, some 12 years back when I was in
high-school, when I could afford to read to read all messages on about
15 FreeBSD mailing lists daily.).
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