buildworld failing with freebsd-update server
vmiller at hostileadmin.com
Mon Jul 13 18:45:34 UTC 2015
On Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 4:01 PM, Rick Miller <vmiller at hostileadmin.com>
> Hi all,
> I'm attempting to build a freebsd-update distribution based on the
> instructions for building a FreeBSD Update Server, but buildworld is
> failing during buildworld world0 and world1. The distribution being built
> is amd64 10.0-RELEASE on an amd64 10.0-RELEASE-p18 node.
> Signs of trouble first appears in init.sh's STDOUT while executing
> buildworld() world0. It errors citing the following error with no further
> detail. If the command is executed manually substituting valid values for
> the variables, it outputs the jail command usage implying incorrect syntax.
> "jail: /usr/bin/env -i
> RELP=10.0-RELEASE BRANCH_OVERRIDE= TARGET=amd64 TARGET_ARCH=amd64 /bin/sh
> -e: failed"
> Both buildworld errors are hyperlinked below:
> world0: http://hostileadmin.com/logs/buildworld_world0_error.txt
> world1: http://hostileadmin.com/logs/buildworld_world1_error.txt
> The amd64 10.0-RELEASE build.conf is:
> /*** begin build.conf ***/
> # cat build.conf
> # SHA256 hash of disc1.iso image.
> export FTP=http://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ISO-IMAGES/10.0/
> # Components of the world, source, and kernels
> export WORLDPARTS="base doc"
> export SOURCEPARTS="src"
> export KERNELPARTS="kernel"
> # EOL date
> export EOL=1484870400
> /*** end build.conf ***/
> It's unclear if the fatal error is the jail error or the buildworld errors
> or a combination of the two, but the jail error seemingly implies
> buildworld is occurring in /usr/src outside of the jail and may be the main
> cause of the failures. Does this sound reasonable? Does anyone have any
> guidance to debug this scenario?
The jail error in STDOUT has been confirmed to be a result of make's stop
error hyperlinked to in the above thread. This error is occurring with the
stock FreeBSD-10.0-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso. Is there a problem with the
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