12.0 installworld core dumping on me
bob at immure.com
Tue Apr 23 22:04:52 UTC 2019
On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 08:43:34PM +0000, Lorenzo Salvadore via freebsd-stable wrote:
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> On Tuesday 23 April 2019 20:36, Bob Willcox <bob at immure.com> wrote:
> I am playing too with CPUTYPE in these days. I think I will soon write a wiki page
> about that. Here is a short description of what I have found out.
> What I suggest you to do, if you still want to play with CPU_TYPE (I do not recommend it:
> I cannot see any real improvement), is to set CPUTYPE?= native. Then look into
> /usr/share/mk/bsd.cpu.mk what feature you can enable or disable for your processor:
> avx, sse3 etc. Compare this list with the feature supported by your processor (run
> "dmesg | head -n 25" to get them) and define MACHINE_CPU+= with what you need
> (some features probably are already set: check them with "make -V MACHINE_CPU").
> Reading /usr/share/mk/bsd.cpu.mk you will see some values you can give to CPUTYPE
> that will set automatically MACHINE_CPU to the right value. However I discourage you
> from using them: in my case, I should set CPU_TYPE?=ivybridge, however bsd.cpu.mk,
> clang and gcc all believe that ivybridge support avx, but this is wrong at least for my
> cpu, thus I get invalid instructions (even if I correct bsd.cpu.mk), while everything is
> fine by setting CPU_TYPE?=native.
> If, however, you still want to set your specific model instead of native into CPU_TYPE,
> you can get the supposed right value running
> "cc -v -x c -E -march=native /dev/null -o /dev/null" or "llvm-tblgen -version".
> If you happen to encounter some invalid instructions with some port, recompile it
> with NO_CPU_CFLAGS=yes: this will avoid setting -march=<CPU_TYPE> in
> your CFLAGS.
> I had to do that with ports involving rust.
> Lorenzo Salvadore.
Thanks for the info/insight Lorenzo. I think I will simply skip setting it from
now on though. I burned/wasted way more time on this than I care to think about
already. It sounds like (based on what you have said) there really isn't a big
reward for using it anyway.
Bob Willcox | "Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion
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