Subject: Re: build.sh safe with -j4 ?
To: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Joseph A. Dacuma <email@example.com>
Date: 11/22/2007 04:14:10
> I'm running the following on a quad core i386 cpu, NetBSD 4.0 RC4:
> ./build.sh -j 4 -O /test/tmp/obj -T /test/tmp/tools -R /test/nb4/release
> -D \
> /test/tmp/dst -X ../xsrc -r -x tools release iso-image
> I'm getting strange errors during build like
> nbmake: No such file or directory.
> nbmake: "(stdin)" line 3: Could not find
> nbmake: Fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
> Is my hardware broken or is there something wrong with the build
> with a parallel make?
> I'm running build.sh in a loop to test the hardware, but these errors make
> me wonder.. ;-)
I just finished building tools with -j4. Its running fine, so far so good.
This is on NetBSD-4.0_RC4-i386 using SMP kernel, dual Xeon machine.
BTW, NetBSD 4 is really fast. Kudos to the entire team specially Mr. Doran!