error message with poudriere
galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu
Wed Sep 19 14:37:24 UTC 2018
On 9/19/18 9:26 AM, Lorenzo Salvadore via freebsd-questions wrote:
>> The sad truth is that 4G isn't enough to build some ports any more. Even
>> using 8G I have a list of ports that I build one at a time to prevent
>> them building at the same time and consuming everything, such as llvm*,
>> gcc*, webkit, firefox, chromium
> I know what you mean: I have only 3.6G of RAM (and 2G of swap, but I use
> only very little of it and very rarely) and llvm, qt5-webengine and openoffice
> are my nightmares...
With these resources you may want to reduce poudriere to using one jail
(thus diminishing parallel build to only one). If that doesn't help, you
really need to add RAM. Adding swap will set you back in speed
> When I use poudriere, to reduce compilation time of dependencies, I just
> copy the package llvm60 to
> /usr/local/poudriere/data/packages/<jailname>-<porttree_name> from an
> already compiled package (at the moment I test all my ports on the same
> FreeBSD version, so I have not had any compatibility problem yet).
> Lorenzo Salvadore.
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