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Re: second call: build.sh build fails on i386/vmware host.
On 26 September 2011 14:56, Alan Barrett <apb%cequrux.com@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, 26 Sep 2011, Valeriy E. Ushakov wrote:
>>> I have updated sources numerous timed and tried to clean build both
>>> ./build.sh -O ../obj -T ../tools -u tools
I am building amd64 and i386 several times a day from scratch ( I can afford it
make release started at: Tue Sep 27 01:53:03 BST 2011
make release finished at: Tue Sep 27 02:21:57 BST 2011
===> Successful make release
===> build.sh ended: Tue Sep 27 02:21:57 BST 2011
===> Summary of results:
build.sh command: ./build.sh -m i386 -j16 -x -u -O
/usr/obj//usr-current/i386 -T /usr/obj//usr-current/tools -D
/usr/obj//usr-current/destdir/i386 -R /usr/obj//usr-current/releasedir
-X /usr/xsrc release
build.sh started: Tue Sep 27 01:53:03 BST 2011
NetBSD version: 5.99.55
Build platform: NetBSD 5.99.55 amd64
TOOLDIR path: /usr/obj//usr-current/tools
DESTDIR path: /usr/obj//usr-current/destdir/i386
RELEASEDIR path: /usr/obj//usr-current/releasedir
Updated makewrapper: /usr/obj//usr-current/tools/bin/nbmake-i386
Successful make release
build.sh ended: Tue Sep 27 02:21:57 BST 2011
this is a full build).
From time to time there are problems, but as it happens usually, they
are sorted out before one can verify them and post here. I certainly
have quite a few successful builds in this period.
>> Have you tried specifying ansolute paths for objdir and tooldir?
> build.sh converts relative paths to absolute paths before
> running make, so that's unlikely to be the problem.
> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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