Hi - is there a group of people working on OpenJDK 8 for OpenBSD?
Bryan C. Everly
bryan at bceassociates.com
Mon Apr 27 16:33:48 UTC 2015
So I did the 'ulimit -Sd unlimited' and the compiler isn't crashing with
the out of memory error. However, that CPU that the compiler is running
onwas pegged at near 100% for a good 15 minutes!
I waited it out (I'm having lunch so I just surfed the web while I was
waiting for my meal <grin>) and it did finally complete and is progressing
in the build process. I'll let you know how it ends up but I wanted to
thank you for helping me break through this issue.
On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 11:01 AM, Christos Zoulas <christos at zoulas.com>
> On Apr 27, 10:44am, bryan at bceassociates.com ("Bryan C. Everly") wrote:
> -- Subject: Re: Hi - is there a group of people working on OpenJDK 8 for
> | *** HERE IS WHERE I RAN OUT OF IDEAS ***
> | While compiling "../generated/adfiles/ad_x86_64_gen.cpp", I got the
> | following error:
> | cc1plus: out of memory allocating 4072 bytes after a total of 110297968
> | bytes
> | The weird thing is that I had "vmstat -w 1" running in a separate XTerm
> | window and free memory was typically around 14 G so I don't really think
> | ran out of ram in the system. Is there some sort of heap size limitation
> | in the C++ compiler that we need to pass a parameter to expand?
> If you are using a bourne shell like shell bump your datasize limit using
> 'ulimit -Sd unlimited', if you are using tcsh/csh you can 'unlimit
> 'ulimit -a' in bash shows all the resource limits ('limit' in csh/tcsh).
> What's your datasize?
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