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Re: CVS commit: src/sys/arch
On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 11:12:57PM +0900, Izumi Tsutsui wrote:
> > Introduce .WAIT into the cleandir rule for blasting the
> > libsa/libkern/etc. trees, because it can race with the
> > libsa/libkern/etc. makefiles' own cleandir rules. I think I've
> > found all of the uses of the offending idiom... Closes PR 43360.
> Does it really affect all these ports?
> Isn't it i386/stand/bootxx specific issue?
> I think the problem is that i386/stand/bootxx shares
> one common LIBOBJ among multiple bootxx_foo subdirectories,
> and most ports build libsa/libkern/libz per each directory,
> or enter a directory for common libs before other boot programs.
> (though landisk might have the same problem as i386)
No. The problem happens in a single directory, and arises because
there are two cleandir rules (one the one I patched, one in
libkern/Makefile.inc or similar) with no ordering constraint that blow
up if run simultaneously.
The reason it blows up is that obj/lib/libkern (or libsa or whatever)
gets removed by one while the other one is trying to chdir into it to
make clean. The constraint I put in requires that the chdir-based
rules finish before obj/lib can be rm -r'd.
David A. Holland
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