I've had problems with ccache. I don't know why.
In one of the directories I have stats.lock.
And I am unable to remove that file.
a:root: /tmp/ccache_old/4 #rm stats.lock
rm: stats.lock: No such file or directory
a:root: /tmp/ccache_old/4 #aa
[./stats: No such file or directory (os error 2)]...
I had been setup devel/ccache for SRC and ports build at /etc/make.conf and /etc/src.conf as below.
devel/ccache work fine with ports build but src build won't.
I saw src build make took devel/ccache as below.
--- MC/MCSchedule.o ---
/usr/local/bin/ccache c++ -O2...
Using ports-mgmt/poudriere with devel/ccache, tmpfs and parallel jobs can speed up your package build times. How much depends entirely on your hardware. Keep in mind there are quite a few pages out on the Internet about this so when I did my set up, I pulled from several. My aim for this HOWTO...
So, user Vermaden suggested I write a HOWTO about my implementation of ccache and tmpfs, based on my success in (possibly) decreasing the build time of packages so other folks who use ports-mgmt/poudriere could potentially benefit as well. Before I do this, I want to be sure the numbers I am...
At irregular intervals I have this problem of www/firefox (compiled from ports) closing unexpectedly. It happens across all four Firefox profiles. After it closes I can find a 'firefox.core' file in various directories. When I launch Firefox from the shells/fish shell and the process...
I'm trying to build FreeBSD across my three servers, but I'm struggling to get the /usr/src/release/generate-release.sh script to use distcc and ccache. Any help would be appreciated!
distcc/ccache actually works for a few minutes, but beginning with buildworld, distcc/ccache is not used.