Re: Builing Gcc fails Poky

Khem Raj

On Tue, Sep 27, 2022 at 3:41 PM Edgar Mobile <heideggm@...> wrote:
Yeah building gcc alone worked.
Now I'm concerned about the health of my machine.
Thank you!

Your machine is fine I think bitbake is extremely parallel and that might be issue that it’s eating up all the memory. How many cores does this machine have? And ram ? Usually it’s good to keep 3-4gb ram per core for default operations you can also pin how much parallels tasks and -j settings bitbake should use during build look for PARALLEL_MAKE documentation 

Am 27. September 2022 21:02:40 MESZ schrieb Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@...>:
On Tue, 2022-09-27 at 20:51 +0200, PHIL wrote:
Am 27. September 2022 20:40:31 MESZ schrieb Richard Purdie
On Tue, 2022-09-27 at 18:11 +0200, Edgar Mobile wrote:
Trying to build core-image-weston from current master fails for
12.2.0-r0 with lots of linker errors.

Names of missing functions are strange ala gen_cmulvnx16qi3.
In insn-output.o

System is an ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS Build Target is qemuarm64

We build that regularly on the autobuilder so something seems odd
Could your machine have memory issues? Do you get the same issue
time you build?

What do you mean with memory issues? Memory broken? Not enough
memory? The errors are the same on every run of course I don't build
from scratch I just retype bitbake core-image-weston. Gdb also failed
so I took that out.

I mean that the build system places more stress on the system than many
other workloads and we've sometimes see gcc failures like this as a
sign of failing system memory. Running memtest86 might show that up.

If recipe X is failing and you "bitbake X -c clean" and then "bitbake
X" and it doesn't fail the same way, that would be a sure sign of
memory failure or another hardware issue.

You can see here:

we have Ubuntu 22.04 workers in the autobuilder and we build qemuarm64

so this combination is well tested which is why I suspect something
else is wrong.


Diese Nachricht wurde von meinem Android-Gerät mit K-9 Mail gesendet.

Join to automatically receive all group messages.