Pourdriere: Adding package to jail environment?

Patrick gibblertron at gmail.com
Thu Jan 2 04:45:59 UTC 2014


So, it was definitely the case of insufficient system resources. I
think the original error was memory-related, and then after that I did
see some out of disk space errors. I'm building on a larger instance,
and all is going well.

Thanks for the help!

Patrick


On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 7:26 PM, John Marino <freebsd.contact at marino.st> wrote:
> On 12/31/2013 02:10, Patrick wrote:
>> On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 4:41 PM, John Marino <freebsd.contact at marino.st> wrote:
>>> In my experience, mongodb builds fine in a stock poudriere environment
>>> assuming there is enough space.  Are you sure you aren't running out of
>>> swap space?  Are you using tmpfs on poudriere?  if so, and if you don't
>>> have that much ram, you could be burning up all your ram and swap to
>>> build mongodb which is a mongo package.
>>>
>>> so yeah, I think you need to show the log that indicates WHY mongodb is
>>> failing to build.
>>
>> I was just using the default settings, so perhaps that's a
>> possibility. Is there a way to disable it completely? It's not clear
>> from the config file, but I'm trying a new build with USE_TMPFS
>> commented out. Here's the last bit of the output when it failed. The
>> host system is a 10.0-RC2 on an Amazon EC2 m1.small instance, so
>> perhaps that's related. If it fails again, I'll try spinning it up on
>> a 9.2/m1.medium instance.
>
> The log doesn't say much but running out of some kind of disk space
> could explain that error.  I don't know how much rame a EC2 small
> instance has, nor how much swap it has.  I do know that mongodb is not
> failing the automatic builds:
> http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portoverview.py?category=databases&portname=mongodb&wildcard=
>
> It's not failing on DragonFly either.  So I think this is a case of
> "it's just you".  It might be worth trying on a bigger EC2 instance or
> maybe just use a binary package?
>
> john
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