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Re: Compile hang



Chris Cappuccio wrote:

> What's actually hanging? (Just the telnet session? Can you open another one
> to it?)
> Do you get any error messages in your logs or on the console?
> Is your terminal emulation type set right?
> Are you connecting over an unreliable network where the connection is getting
> dropped?
>
> On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, Joe Price wrote:
>
>  | Hi, I installed openbsd on a cyrix 686 class machine with  ~50M mem and
>  | like ~100M swap.  I recompiled my kernel no problems and it worked fine.
>  |
>  | For my own reasons I have reinstalled openbsd on the same machine and I
>  | was trying to compile a kernel (remotely) and the compile would just
>  | hang.
>  | Sometimes it would lock up the whole telnet, sometimes it didnt, it did
>  | this quiet a few times also.  If i remember correctly it also hung when
>  | I was trying to compile BitchX. But this is what realyl gets me, I tried
>  | compiling the kernel last night locally and it worked fine (well it was
>  | done when I woke up).
>  |
>  | Any suggestions as to why?
>  |
>  | --
>  | Joe Price (jprice@nevaeh.com)
>  | Interactive Media Development
>  |
>  |
>  |
>  |
>
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Well the compile actually hangs because the machine gets quiet, and also
sometimes like I said the whole box locks up...

--
Joe Price (jprice@nevaeh.com)
Interactive Media Development