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Re: pbulk change to tee output

On Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 09:32:12AM +0000, Jonathan Perkin wrote:
> * On 2017-01-27 at 06:44 GMT, Johnny C. Lam wrote:
> > In the #pkgsrc channel on freenode, it was suggested that having a way
> > to examine the normal output from making each package in real-time
> > would be a nice feature. Looking at the pkg-build script, it uses this
> > idiom to capture the normal output to individual log files for each
> > phase of a pkgsrc build:
> > 
> >     make target > $bulklog/$pkg/target.log 2>&1 || cleanup
> > 
> > I would like to duplicate that output to another file (realtime.log)
> > in real-time, but the only way I can keep the same output semantics
> > seems to be by doing:
> I'm not sure why this is desired rather than simply tailing each
> package logfile as required, but note that at least in my environment
> I build across 6 hosts with 12 chroots each, so you would have 72
> individual builds writing to realtime.log simultaneously.  I'm not
> sure how useful that would be.

I think that the user was only doing single builds and was just looking
for a way to monitor the build output along with the pbulk output.

Johnny C. Lam

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