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build of NetBSD 5.2 failed


I am trying to compile NetBSD 5.2 on a 5.1.2 system. The build ended with:
/src/../obj/destdir.amiga/usr/include -c /usr/src/dist/atf/tests/atf/atf-c++/t_fs.cpp
virtual memory exhausted: Cannot allocate memory

*** Failed target:  t_fs.o
*** Failed command: /usr/src/../tools/bin/m68k--netbsdelf-c++ -frandom-seed=NetBSD-5/\^destdir/usr/include/atf-c++/exceptions.hpp\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c++/fs.hpp \ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c++/macros.hpp\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c++/tests.hpp\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c++/utils.hpp\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c/defs.h\ \^des tdir/usr/include/atf-c/dynstr.h\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c/error.h\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c/fs.h\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c/list.h\ \^destdir/usr/include/atf-c

The system has 128 Mb of ram and a 516 MB swap partition. Could it really need more swap?

Also, is there a way that I can make the build pick up where it left off?

Best Regards,

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