Subject: Re: problem with build.sh and rdonly filesystem
To: Ronald van der Pol <Ronald.vanderPol@rvdp.org>
From: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/05/2003 15:20:12
On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 11:26:49AM +1100, Luke Mewburn wrote:
| On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 10:50:45PM +0100, Ronald van der Pol wrote:
| | I haven't built current for about a month.
| | I have successfully built on an NFS server. The filesytem is mounted
| | read-only on the host I which to install.
| | # sh build.sh -U -M /net/NetBSD/obj-i386 -T /net/NetBSD/tools-i386 \
| | -D /net/NetBSD/build-i386 -V MKTOOLS=no install=/
| | ===> build.sh command: build.sh -U -M /net/NetBSD/obj-i386 \
| | -T /net/NetBSD/tools-i386 -D /net/NetBSD/build-i386 -V MKTOOLS=no install=/
| | ===> build.sh started: Tue Mar 4 22:35:30 CET 2003
| | mkdir: /net/NetBSD/obj-i386: Read-only file system
| | ===> DESTDIR path: /net/NetBSD/build-i386
| | ===> TOOLDIR path: /net/NetBSD/tools-i386
| | mkdir: /net/NetBSD/tools-i386/bin: Read-only file system
| | ERROR: mkdir of '/net/NetBSD/tools-i386/bin' failed
| | *** BUILD ABORTED ***
| | #
| | It looks like createmakewrapper() is always run and always tries
| | to mkdir.
| (I haven't checked this myself; I'm just speculating).
| I'm surprised the second mkdir (of ..../bin) fails, since it uses
| "mkdir -p", it shouldn't fail. Actually, I've just tested this:
| ordinary user, no perms, existing dir
| the following exits 0:
| mkdir -p /usr/bin
| ordinary user, no perms, r-o file system, existing dir
| the following exits 1:
| mkdir -p /readonlymount/existingdir
| I would argue that the latter should exit 0.
| A quick check against Solaris 8 reveals that it does exit 0 in the
| latter case.
Ok, I've taken a further look at this.
It was a problem accidentally introduced in rev 1.27 of mkdir.c.
I've committed a fix (rev 1.28).
Update your mkdir sources and reinstall, and the problem should be
| So, at the moment, you're stuck :-(. If you just needed to write
| the wrapper to another path, I'd suggest looking at the "-w wrapper"
| option to build.sh
| I'll think about another solution.
I thought of the solution - see above ;-)