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erack at redhat.com
Tue May 24 10:26:13 UTC 2016
On Thursday, 2016-05-19 17:26:21 +0200, YuGiOhJCJ Mailing-List wrote:
> > Dumb question: how much system memory is available?
> I have 4GB of memory:
That certainly is not enough and it will either grind your machine to
heavily swap, or break the build / abort things if no swap is available.
> $ free -m
> total used free shared buffers cached
> Mem: 3995 559 3436 0 53 330
> -/+ buffers/cache: 175 3819
> Swap: 956 0 956
> > And why are you building under /tmp/ and how much free disk space is
> > there?
> Well, I could do it in /home but as it is a NFS share, it is slower than in /tmp
Ok, but as Linoel already said, using /var/tmp/ might be a better
choice. Also, if disk space is limited under /tmp/ then building there
may conflict with temporary files the compiler and linker create, which
can become quite large.
> Do you think I don't have enough memory?
> Is there a way to require less memory while building libreoffice or should I buy more memory?
Buy memory ;-) at least 8GB are needed, but when building with debug
and symbols even that might result in swapping if you forgot to quit
a previous gdb session before linking Calc for example.. 12GB or having
a larger swap than just 1GB is recommended.
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