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Re: gcc8 on CentOS 7
On Thu, Mar 12, 2020 at 08:26:04PM -0500, Jason Bacon wrote:
> On 2019-03-18 13:31, Jason Bacon wrote:
> > On 3/17/19 12:27 AM, maya%netbsd.org@localhost wrote:
> > > Re-run the gcc invocation manually (enter the same directory and run the
> > > command)
> > > If this succeeds, then it's a pkgsrc wrappers issue.
> > > If this fails still, use -Wl,--verbose to see why it has issues.
> > Attached the verbose output.
> > libz.* exist in ~/Pkgsrc/pkg/lib, but it's not looking there. Should it
> > be? Or should there be a link to it somewhere else?
> > Thanks,
> > JB
> FYI, I'm seeing another issue with gcc8 now that I have a working install:
> Some programs built with gcc8 appear to get caught in an infinite loop on
> startup. I noticed a few builds that hang running conftest and one
> installed program that hangs on startup. All with 100% CPU usage. They all
> work fine with gcc7.
> I'd say let's shelve this until after the branch. Even if we can fix these
> issues by then, I won't be confident enough to use gcc8 for my quarterly
> bulk builds without a good testing period.
In my experience with CentOS, I have found a lot of these issues to be
related to SSP/fortify. Please consider turning them off and rebuilding
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