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#1 2020-04-03 05:13:38

basica
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From: Australia
Registered: 2012-10-31
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makepkg - is there a time limit in the check function?

So, to be upfront I am not using Arch (I am compiling pacman etc to use on my own personal distro) so I'm not looking for troubleshooting support just an answer to this particular question and I apologize for using the Arch forums to ask this but I figured it'd be the best spot to ask.

In short, when I compile gcc and use the check function all in all the total time to compile, check and package it is about 30mins on my personal machine. It doesn't error out (I've used the Arch PKGBUILD as a base which does make -k check || true to prevent that) but it finishes significantly faster than I am expecting. For example, running the same check directly (outside of makepkg) takes about 2.5 hours on the makepkg compiled code. So, I'm curious is there some sort of "time limit" (I realise this is probably a silly question) for makepkg to run check before bailing out or is something funky going on that I need to suss out?

Thanks,

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#2 2020-04-03 05:49:22

Allan
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From: Brisbane, AU
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Re: makepkg - is there a time limit in the check function?

No time limit.

Use "makepkg --log" and look at the output

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#3 2020-04-03 05:58:43

basica
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Registered: 2012-10-31
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Re: makepkg - is there a time limit in the check function?

Figured as such. Cheers for the info, mate.

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