On Friday 27 December 2013 18.26:22 Matwey V. Kornilov wrote:
In your log, there is
[ 95s] + make VERBOSE=1 -j4
If you try to run make -j1, your build may be finished successfully. I
know it is not an answer to your question but it is possible workaround.
When you use -j4 it means that four gcc (or linker) instances run
simultaneously and need four times more ram than single one.
27.12.2013 13:28, Bruno Friedmann пишет:
home:bruno_friedmann:mapserver64 sfcgal openSUSE_Factory i586 | less
yeah could be one things, but then 4 more times to compile.
I believe a review of what builder have as default could be another wise smart
starting x86_64 with 4vcpu and 1Gb ram sound at least strange.
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