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Re: lang/gcc10 failed to compile on SunOS
I added it to my mk.conf and the build continue going for a short time before failed again:
I don't know if this option really helps or the build could just be resumed without it.
The issue seemed to be something with gfortran.
---- On Tue, 19 Jan 2021 13:13:15 +0700 Roland Illig <roland.illig%gmx.de@localhost> wrote ----
> On 19.01.2021 04:52, Hung Nguyen Gia wrote:
> > There is no error message printed on the screen. It just silently fail after have going for more than 2 hours. I have no idea.
> Do you still have the files from the working directory? If so, inspect
> them, especially the hidden ones:
> ls -lA `bmake -v WRKDIR`
> The file .work.log contains the wrapper commands for the typical tools,
> maybe you get a hint there.
> You can also use truss(1) to narrow down the actual events and how the
> build may fail in the end. For a GCC build, it will definitely need a
> lot of disk space.
> Maybe you stumbled upon an old bug in bmake. In your mk.conf, add this
> .MAKE.DIE_QUIETLY= no
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