Subject: Re: NetBSD, apple fibre-channel card & 2.8TB Xserve-RAID
To: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
From: Simon Burge <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 12/15/2004 17:22:04
der Mouse wrote:

> In passing, is there any way, under the new world order for builds, to
> do an incremental build of a kernel? appears to be the only
> supported way to build parts of the OS now (or have I misunderstood?),
> and its kernel= facility appears to always recompile the whole thing
> from scratch.  On the machine in question this is tolerable - it's a
> fast Xeon - but on anything much less than that it would be intolerable
> to rebuild everything when replacing just one .c file.  I believe
> something needs fixing here, though what it is depends on whether I
> have misunderstood.

Does -u on the command line help?  Personally, I just use
nbconfig and nbmake-<arch> from $TOOLDIR.  This works for me, even
though it's not officially blessed...

Simon Burge                            <>
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