Subject: Re: problem crosscompiling mipseb-netbsd on alpha
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Toru Nishimura <email@example.com>
Date: 05/25/2000 17:19:53
>> I had just tried to build a pmax kernel on my AlphaPC 164 last night
>> (using mipsel-netbsd), and ran into the same problem. I increased the
>> stacklimit to 32M and the datalimit to > 1000M, and it still failed.
> FWIW, I just successfully built a pmax kernel on i386 using
> mipsel-netbsd. An 64-bit problem in gcc somewhere?
I experienced silimar synptoms in cross-compiling on NetBSD/alpha.
Long time ago, I tried to build sparc64 (LP64, or might be ILP32)
kernel on then-current of NetBSD/alpha. Toolchain was built
successfully, but compiler failed to produce a certain .o file. The
compiler started consuming memory until all of swap space is
exhausted. After several attemps, I abandoned to use NetBSD/alpha for
cross-compiling purpose. It was as old story as 1.5 or 2 year ago.
Machine was 100Mhz AlphaStation 4/200.