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Date:      Mon, 1 Sep 2003 12:14:00 -0700
From:      Kent Stewart <>
To:        "Charles Howse" <>, "'ODHIAMBO Washington'" <>
Subject:   Re: scripting the buildworld/installworld process
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In-Reply-To: <000101c370b7$44405a20$04fea8c0@moe>
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On Monday 01 September 2003 11:31 am, Charles Howse wrote:
> > I don't think 10 is enough. Wash has a buildworld problem on
> > current and, on his listing, you would only make it about half way
> > through the
> > error 1 messages and may miss the one that means something.
> >
> > I log for a different reason. If you had one die and I
> > didn't, I want to
> > be able to show you that I made it past where yours errored off.
> Good enough, but otherwise?

Most of the time, you only need to see the last 4 or 5. I think that I 
only look at one of my builds to see the "chmod 444" and 
fire up the next script.

BTW, If you add both of your kernels to /etc/make.conf, you would only 
need one buildkernel. The first one is the one that is installed. I 
have it commented now but I used to use


to build both and install just RUBY. I got so that I liked the logs 
separated and changed how I did things. RUBY is my fastest machine was 
designed to build kernels for other systems and then nfs_mount src and 
obj on the other machines and install them this way. When I strickly 
started shutting down to single user mode, it wasn't a normal option.


Kent Stewart
Richland, WA

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