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RE: Building 5.8.0 problem
From: Henderson, Jordan
September 18, 2002 13:32
RE: Building 5.8.0 problem
Message ID: C02C9AA5C528D411A7840060B057CE010641A7C8@DAYNT1
Well, I decided to get back to checking out my build problems. More questions,
I decided that a good way to go about it would be to take out all my special
logicals and symbols and try again. I was sure that this would take care of the
problem I found where my HOME logical was causing problems and it might knock
out or help localize some of the others.
I tried a build with a fresh directory hierarchy, both '@CONFIGURE "-des"' and
running CONFIGURE and answering the questions, and I'm getting the same problem
I had before with the missing ENCODE.C file. I did remember checking account
quotas, but I'll check again. I bet the problems there are related to quotas
somehow, as this machine has never been used for production, or even much
development so the setup may not be as checked out as they are elsewhere.
In the meantime, I moved my development/testing efforts over to another, much
slower, machine that has MMS installed. I'm building there now and I'm into the
'MMS test' now, which seems to be going well.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Henderson, Jordan
> Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 10:34 PM
> To: 'Craig A. Berry'
> Cc: Vmsperl (E-mail)
> Subject: RE: Building 5.8.0 problem
> I'm going to skip this research as it seems to be building
> correctly with the new MMK.
> I did see a test failure fly by a minute ago, but only one I
> recall seeing. Pretty smooth sailing right now.
> Thanks for the pointer on the updated MMK. I do have a
> recent MMS on another machine, but as I said, I'll skip the
> research on problems I no longer have.
> Jordan Henderson
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> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Craig A. Berry [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 10:29 PM
> > To: Henderson, Jordan
> > Cc: Vmsperl (E-mail)
> > Subject: Re: Building 5.8.0 problem
> > Henderson, Jordan wrote:
> > > Hmmm... No line as you describe in the vicinity of the error:
> > > CC/DECC
> > /Include=/Standard=Relaxed_ANSI/Prefix=All/Obj=.obj
> > /NOANSI_ALIAS/floa
> > >
> > t=ieee/ieee=denorm_results/Define=("VERSION=""1.22""","XS_VERS
> > ION=""1.22""")/Inc
> > > lude=([---],[-.Encode])/NoList SYMBOL.c
> > > %MMK-F-NOACTION, actions to build SYMBOL_T.OBJ unknown
> > Well, at least we do see errors well upstream from where we
> > were before.
> > This is *very* strange, Jordan. It has just compiled a .C
> > file and then
> > the next thing it does is complain that it does not know
> the rule for
> > converting a .C into a .OBJ! If you have MMS, give it a shot
> > and see if
> > anything different happens.
> > Do check process quotas and such. I think MMK communicates to its
> > subprocess through a mailbox and it wouldn't be at all hard
> > to blow your
> > BYTLM among other things. Here's what I've got:
> > $ sh process/quota
> > 20-AUG-2002 21:22:32.61 User: CRAIG Process ID:
> > 00000238
> > Node: BRIANA Process
> > name: "_FTA2:"
> > Process Quotas:
> > Account name: CAB
> > CPU limit: Infinite Direct I/O limit:
> > 150
> > Buffered I/O byte count quota: 99808 Buffered I/O
> > limit: 150
> > Timer queue entry quota: 10 Open file quota:
> > 200
> > Paging file quota: 196352 Subprocess quota:
> > 10
> > Default page fault cluster: 64 AST quota:
> > 248
> > Enqueue quota: 2000 Shared file
> > limit: 0
> > Max detached processes: 0 Max active jobs:
> > 0
> > Soft CPU Affinity: off