libxul build hit the roof!
utisoft at gmail.com
Fri Dec 31 21:33:06 UTC 2010
I would argue that anyone messing with CFLAGS should expect and know how to
fix trouble like that. This would also save noise.
Sorry for top-posting, Android won't let me quote, but K-9 can't yet do
On 31 Dec 2010 05:42, "Da Rock" <freebsd-ports at herveybayaustralia.com.au>
> On 12/31/10 02:47, jhell wrote:
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>> On 12/29/2010 18:04, Da Rock wrote:
>>> I got it worked out in the end, but it still took 2G+ memory to build;
>>> so my suggestion is a warning to EU in the make process that this could
>>> take a lot of memory to build, and some suggestions as to how to prevent
>>> or workaround the problem so they don't go whining on the list about it
>>> being broken.
>> Turning off OPTIMIZED_CFLAGS for 'libxul, firefox*& thunderbird*' ports
>> would have stopped all this swapping from happening.
>> Is there a specific reason why you changed it from its defaults ? is
>> there really anything to gain ? in respect to 'libxul'...
> I see your point and I'll raise you a does it matter? There are sites
> and howto's on improving performance overall, especially regarding the
> revival of older machines. The recommendation on a lot of these is to
> put CFLAGS+= -O -pipe in the make.conf. If they already have low memory,
> then they'll be up the creek won't they? And the updates won't happen so
> they'll simply be broken and unsure of why.
> I'd say a simple note to say whats up is definitely in order, to prevent
> a lot of traffic. I don't believe thats too hard to do, given jdk16 and
> OOO have messages reflecting HDD space. I only noticed the issue because
> I watched it happen- given the little relevance that most (including
> yourself) put on it, it would easily be overlooked unless a simple
> solution was presented. The only message you get from say portupgrade is
> new compiler error, most would then put it in the too hard basket.
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