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Re: toolchain/57146 (COPY_SYMTAB is broken by MKCTF=yes)
Synopsis: COPY_SYMTAB is broken by MKCTF=yes
Responsible-Changed-When: Thu, 25 May 2023 16:20:30 +0000
State-Changed-When: Thu, 25 May 2023 16:20:30 +0000
Is MKCTF=yes in -current still causing problems preventing
the shark (dnard) from booting? I haven't owned one for
many years (donated to another developer as a spare)
so I can't test myself.
I've tried to reproduce this issue in -current, and haven't been able to.
The shark kernels cross-built with the default MKCTF=yes
are bigger than MKCTF=no, but not excessively so:
% ls -l GENERIC.MKCTF=*/netbsd
3043 -rwxr-xr-x 1 lukem users 5105548 May 26 01:20 GENERIC.MKCTF=no/netbsd*
3073 -rwxr-xr-x 1 lukem users 5348240 May 26 01:18 GENERIC.MKCTF=yes/netbsd*
% size GENERIC.MKCTF=*/netbsd
text data bss dec hex filename
3843904 608148 119368 4571420 45c11c GENERIC.MKCTF=no/netbsd
3843904 729492 119368 4692764 479b1c GENERIC.MKCTF=yes/netbsd
% dbsym -P GENERIC.MKCTF=no/netbsd
% dbsym -P GENERIC.MKCTF=yes/netbsd
This is without any changes to the source.
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