What happens to the ports for platform i386
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Mon Jul 11 20:21:07 UTC 2016
On Mon, Jul 11, 2016 at 11:55:53AM +0300, Ivan Klymenko wrote:
> Hi all.
> Dear maintainer and committers.
> Please check what you are doing before heading to the world.
> What happens to the i386 platform?
> If it is so difficult to keep it clean it all from the official site
> i386 platform almost everywhere and is constantly broken.
> cross-platform build, including ports:
> And most importantly - as if no one notices or is indifferent to it,
> what is happening in FreeBSD.
Please refrain from accusing people before any investigation:
Latest i386 build for head
Success: 25433 packages
I think i386 is in pretty good shape, and we are actively looking at it,
building the entire ports tree on regular basis.
> Install FreeBSD to their workplace and use it - what you are doing for
> yourself - or do not use and do not do anything for FreeBSD.
> Thank you for understanding.
I strongly suspect something is wrong in your setup
Your poudriere make.conf if full of strange stuff:
You ask the 64bit version of the emulation for i386? o_O
I see: WITH_CCACHE_BUILD=yes
Aren't you using the same poudriere to build both amd64 and i386 jail maybe the
ccache is messing up between both?
This is supposed to only work with base and has nothing to do with ports (should
be better in src.conf files)
WORLD_FLAGS for portS???
MAKE_JOBS_NUMBER should not be added in make.conf but rely on poudriere.conf for
All that said I think your main issue is due to CCACHE try cleaning up your
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