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Re: Failure to build release for sparc64
My guess is that the additional filesystem support added to ofwboot
increased its size just enough to fall off the end of the filesystem.
This can be fixed in two ways:
Increase the size of the filesystem image.
Build an ofwboot that only has UFS-1 filesystem support.
I'm not sure which is best. Both solutions have their downsides.
For the time being I'd recommend going to the older version of
src/sys/arch/sparc/stand/ofwboot unless you need the ufs2 or lfs support.
On Mon, 1 Mar 2010, Chris Ross wrote:
> Anyone have an update on this? Still the case that sparc64 won't build a
> release for the below-mentioned reason....
> - Chris
> On Feb 28, 2010, at 23:23, Chris Ross wrote:
> > Crossbuilding on an i386, I was getting a failure in etc/sparc64/bootfs,
> > eventually saying:
> > # create bootfs/boot.fs
> > nbmakefs: `work' size of 5283840 is larger than the maxsize of 5242880.
> > *** [boot.fs] Error code 1
> > 1 error
> > nbmake: stopped in /data/NetBSD/src/distrib/sparc64/bootfs
> > This is the sort of thing that occurs periodically in many ports, but I
> > hadn't seen anything come across that looked like it might fix it. This
> > happened in sources up to date as of Friday night/Saturday morning, and
> > again updated Sunday 05:00ish UTC. I'm running a build again off of sources
> > now (1-Mar 04:22 UTC), but I don't know that I saw anything change that I'd
> > expect to fix this. On brief scan.
> > Anyone already working on this? Just wanted to make sure I didn't miss
> > something. Thanks.
> > - Chris
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