openJDK7 build fails on 64bit cblfs linux
kelly.ohair at oracle.com
Tue Apr 19 18:37:30 UTC 2011
Those are automatic when building the entire jdk7.
This is where the hotspot files will land, once hotspot is built.
I don't think this has anything to do with this build failure, which looks like failures
I have seen before when the clock on the machine is messed up, or the source files have
timestamps in the future.
On Apr 19, 2011, at 3:39 AM, David Holmes wrote:
> > HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH = /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-amd64/hotspot/import
> > ALT_HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH = /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-amd64/hotspot/import
> Have you any idea how/where these get set?
> I'm out of suggestions here.
> luxInteg said the following on 04/19/11 20:21:
>> On Tuesday 19 April 2011 02:19:16 David Holmes wrote:
>>> luxInteg said the following on 04/18/11 23:50:
>>>> On Sunday 17 April 2011 23:04:35 luxInteg wrote:
>>>>> as an uPDATE
>>>>> I did the above then tried to run ant and this is what happens:-
>>>>> ant -v
>>>>> There was an error trying to initialize the HPI library.
>>>>> Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine.
>>>>> Error: A fatal exception has occurred. Program will exit.
>>> You are mixing old VM with a new JDK (or vice versa) - the HPI library
>>> was removed.
>>>>> #--------- an ls of ~/jre/bin shows there is no jvm
>>>>> root [ /opt/openJDK/jre/bin ]# ls -l
>>>>> total 244
>>>>> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 6832 Apr 17 22:40 java
>>> java is the launcher for the JVM. java_vm is a historical artefact that
>>> still exists in oder releases.
>>>> The 'pre-running-make' sanity check had this:-
>>>> WARNING: You are not building the HOTSPOT sources.
>>>> Hotspot libs will be obtained from
>>>> the location set in ALT_HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH.
>>>> and ALT_HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH = /opt/jdk-6u24
>>> By setting the import path you instructed it to not build hotspot. The
>>> build logic for this is as follows:
>>> HOTSPOT_SRC_AVAILABLE := $(call MkExists,$(HOTSPOT_TOPDIR)/make/Makefile)
>>> ifndef BUILD_HOTSPOT
>>> ifdef ALT_HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH
>>> BUILD_HOTSPOT := false
>>> BUILD_HOTSPOT := $(HOTSPOT_SRC_AVAILABLE)
>>> So by default, if the hotspot sources exist you will build hotspot,
>>> provided you haven't explicitly turned it off, and you haven't said to
>>> use the import path.
>>> David Holmes
>> I followed your suggestions and here is an update
>> ############### settings
>> ###----------- premake envars set
>> export PATH=/usr/bin:/opt/jdk-6u24/bin:/opt/ant/bin:$PATH
>> export ALT_BOOTDIR=/opt/jdk-6u24
>> export ANT_HOME=/opt/ant
>> export ALT_DEVTOOLS_PATH=/usr/bin
>> export BUILD_NUMBER=b38
>> export ARCH_DATA_MODEL=64
>> export ALT_JDK_IMPORT_PATH=/opt/jdk-6u24
>> unset LC_ALL
>> export ALT_OPENWIN_HOME=/usr/X11R7.6/
>> export LC_ALL=C
>> export LANG=C
>> ###----------- make command execution
>> make \
>> [ARCH_DATA_MODEL=64] \
>> OTHER_LDFLAGS=-liconv \
>> (I am not compiling as root so I wonder if the last line is of any use ( I fished it our of some instuction on openjdk)
>> ############### results
>> ###----------- premake sanity checks HOTSPOT_DOCS_IMPORT_PATH = /NO_DOCS_DIR
>> ALT_HOTSPOT_DOCS_IMPORT_PATH = HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH = /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-amd64/hotspot/import
>> ALT_HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH = /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-amd64/hotspot/import
>> HOTSPOT_SERVER_PATH = /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-
>> ALT_HOTSPOT_SERVER_PATH = CACERTS_FILE = ./../src/share/lib/security/cacerts
>> ALT_CACERTS_FILE = CUPS_HEADERS_PATH = /usr/include
>> ALT_CUPS_HEADERS_PATH = OpenJDK-specific settings:
>> FREETYPE_HEADERS_PATH = /usr/include
>> ALT_FREETYPE_HEADERS_PATH = FREETYPE_LIB_PATH = /usr/lib
>> ALT_FREETYPE_LIB_PATH = Previous JDK Settings:
>> PREVIOUS_RELEASE_PATH = USING-PREVIOUS_RELEASE_IMAGE
>> ALT_PREVIOUS_RELEASE_PATH = PREVIOUS_JDK_VERSION = 1.6.0
>> ALT_PREVIOUS_JDK_VERSION = PREVIOUS_JDK_FILE = ALT_PREVIOUS_JDK_FILE = PREVIOUS_JRE_FILE = ALT_PREVIOUS_JRE_FILE = PREVIOUS_RELEASE_IMAGE = /opt/jdk-6u24
>> ALT_PREVIOUS_RELEASE_IMAGE = Sanity check passed.
>> ###----------- make ends like so
>> /opt/jdk-6u24/bin/javac -g -encoding ascii -source 6 -target 6 -source 1.4 -
>> target 1.4 -classpath /opt/jdk-6u24/lib/tools.jar -sourcepath /SRS/openjdk/hotspot/agent/src/share/classes -d /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-
>> amd64/hotspot/outputdir/linux_amd64_compiler2/product/../generated/saclasses @/SRS/openjdk/build/linux-
>> javac: file not found: /SRS/openjdk/build/linux-
>> amd64/hotspot/outputdir/linux_amd64_compiler2/product/../generated/agent1.classes.list (No such file or directory)
>> make: *** [/SRS/openjdk/build/linux-
>> amd64/hotspot/outputdir/linux_amd64_compiler2/product/../generated/sa-jdi.jar] Error 3
>> make: Leaving directory `/SRS/openjdk/build/linux-
>> make: *** [all] Error 2
>> advice so far much appreciated, more will be even more so.
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