making all ports in /usr/ports on FreeBSD 8.1
itetcu at FreeBSD.org
Mon Dec 13 13:13:39 UTC 2010
On Mon, 13 Dec 2010 04:30:16 -0800
Rob Farmer <rfarmer at predatorlabs.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 01:29, Norm Larkin <norml1231 at yahoo.com>
> > Hello,
> > I was idly trying to experiment and decided I wanted to see how
> > long it took, how much disk space was involved, how hard it was on
> > a system, and so on, to build the entire ports tree. I loaded up a
> > fresh system with FreeBSD 8.1R on i386, used all defaults for the
> > installer options, had it install all sources and the ports tree,
> > went into /usr/ports, set BATCH to yes, and did "make install". It
> > bombed within about an hour. Figuring my ports were out of date, I
> > repeated this after wiping all
> > of /usr/local, /var/db/pkg, /usr/ports, and then using portsnap to
> > fetch and install. Same result. I then tried loading the amd64
> > version. Same thing.
> > What am I doing dumb here (other than possibly trying to build all
> > ports). It seems to always get messed up on libxml2.
> > Typescript follows, but I only did a script after it had already
> > failed, so all the intermediate stuff is not there.
> > Script started on Sat Dec 11 02:41:10 2010
> > freebsd-81r-i386# cd /usr/ports
> > freebsd-81r-i386# setenv BATCH yes
> > freebsd-81r-i386# make install
> There are a couple problems with this: first, some ports conflict, so
> you can't have everything installed installed at once. You need to use
> something like tinderbox to have the builds isolated from one another.
> Secondly, as you've noticed, the first broken port causes the whole
> thing to fail. Tinderbox would fix this too.
For the last one: make -k -DBATCH ....
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