(fwd from iw3gtf@arcor.de) Aw: Re: [distcc] no compilation processes on the server

Martin Pool mbp at sourcefrog.net
Mon Jun 27 00:11:34 GMT 2005

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Subject: Aw: Re: [distcc] no compilation processes on the server
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 10:01:50 +0200 (CEST)
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Von:     Martin Pool <mbp at sourcefrog.net>
An:      iw3gtf at arcor.de
Datum:   22.06.2005 09:44
Betreff: Re: [distcc] no compilation processes on the server

> On 22 Jun 2005, iw3gtf at arcor.de wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to make distcc work on two embedded system running linux on an
> arm arch.
> > The problem I noticed is that if I export DISTCC_HOSTS='localhost/2
>' than no compiling process is send to the remote machine
> even if the remote address is recognized by distcc, as I see on the stderr
> setting DISTCC_VERBOSE=1.
> > But if I export DISTCC_HOSTS=' localhost/2' than compiling
> processes are only sent to the remote machine.
> > It seems that distcc only uses the first entry in the DISTCC_HOSTS
> > variable.
> The lock files used to choose hosts do not seem to be working properly.
> What kind of filesystem is $HOME or $DISTCC_DIR on?
> -- 
> Martin
Hi Martin,
thanks for the suggestion about the $DISTCC_DIR var.
My ARM system is diskless and the filesystem is per NFS mounted.
Now I set DISTCC_DIR to /tmp where I have a tmpfs mounted and everything works.

thank you again.

Giorgio, iw3gtf at arcor.de

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