on a scrubbed mock cache, an 8-thread (make -j8) mock build took 40:24.
Keep in mind that starting with 0.147, mess is built from the same srpm.
The configuration I am sporting here is a Fedora 17 x86_64 install
running gnome shell, on a bare metal Intel Core i7-2720QM and 4 GiB of
system memory. My smolt profile is available here:
The memory usage of the whole system was oscillating between 1.6 and 3
GiB for most of the time, but ld itself required up to 2.4 GiB alone
during the final mame linking. And this is for just x86_64 build at a
time, which probably doubles when i686 is being built at the same time.
I am guessing that what is happening is that the builder runs out of ram
and swaps itself to death. If I could somehow force only one build at a
time, this could help. Otherwise we might need to bump the builder
memory - how much does it have now?
W dniu 09.10.2012 13:29, Nicolas Chauvet pisze:
Can you kill it for now?
The builder might have enought power, but is a guest vm. Maybe ram can
How much time it take in your own machine ?
Previous build took around 3hours.
Please wait for kmod rebuilt before to resubmit.
Le 9 oct. 2012 07:43, "Julian Sikorski"
<mailto:belegdol-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>> a écrit :
I was wondering if there is any possibility of increasing the computing
power of our builder. As things stand now, mame builds are taking really
long time (overnight for the last one). What machine is the builder
currently running on?