Subject: Re: build failure in current, error 1 stopped in /usr/src/usr.bin/kdump.
To: Byron Duncan <email@example.com>
From: David Laight <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/17/2003 17:22:40
On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 10:49:10AM -0500, Byron Duncan wrote:
> Hi all I am having problems building current. The build process runs for
> about 3 ½ hours and fails with error 1 stop in /usr/src/usr.bin/kdump.
> That’s all of it no more messages to indicate what the problem is. The
> build system is a pws 600au 1500mg ram 9gb hard drive running 1.6.1
> >>From iso images downloaded from netbsd main site. The current source was
> also downloaded from the same sit. I followed the instructions in the
> Howto’s to build the tools tree and then build the new kernel and
> install it. Then I tried to build the distribution and it failed as I
> said above.
> These are the commands I used as per howto instructions. 1 ./build.sh
> tools success 2 ./build.sh kernel=GENERIC success installed kernel
> Rebooted and then 3 ./build.sh distribution failed ! I tried it twice
> with the same results and with the 3 ½ hour build times I Came to the
> so quick conclusion that I need help anybody have any ideas PLEASE!!!
1) I'd use 'build.sh -u' to do rebuilds, then it will only take a few
I suspect you also want to add -U and build as non-root.
2) If you sort out what was used for 'tooldir' you can try rebuilding a
single program by doing (eg):
$ cd /usr/src/usr.bin/kdump
3) I did change kdump yesterday, it is possible that your source tree
isn't entirely consistent. However there ought too be some indication
of a failure (eg a compiler error message) as well.
It is best to cut/paste the few lines of the terminal output just
before the error, gives people a chance of guessing what's wrong.
David Laight: email@example.com