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Re: exporting /usr/src and /usr/obj to save buildtime for older machines
Rob Sessink (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> Han <email@example.com> wrote:
> > 5) make build in the exported tree.
> You issue a second 'make build' in the exported tree. So if i get it
> right you do the second 'make build' on the slower pI166. This step is
> not nessecary, the system is already build on in the src tree. Just
> issue 'make install' on the pI166, works for me. Doing a make build
> on the p400 and on the pI166 defeats the whole point for exporting the
> /cvs/src tree and having a faster compile / install.
Ehm yes. Much better.
> > 6) Do the rest of the normal stuff.
> > Is there anything I forgot?
> Maybe look at mergemaster for installing files in /etc /var and /dev.
Makes life bearable. ;)
The only thing difficult to figure out was how to export these dirs the
[~]% cat /etc/exports
/usr /usr/obj /usr/src /usr/ports -mapall=root:wsrc 192.168.1.1