Funny

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Jan 8 17:51:21 PST 2001


On January  7, 2001 07:56 pm, Bryan Dumm wrote:
> On Monday 08 January 2001 05:49, you wrote:
> > > I logged the building of chapter 6, and when it was over, I got this
> > > nice file:
> > > - -rw-r--r--   1 root     root     2147483647 Jan  7 18:37
> > > chap6_log.txt
> > >
> > > Notice the size?...<snip>
> >
> > Yeah, isn't that near the max file size of a standard ext2 fs?  I haven't
> > looked at or tried the product (yet), but maybe it would be wise to make
> > a seperate log for each seperate prog (and optionally bz2 or gz it)
> >
> > just a thought...
>
> Yep been thought about some. Hasn't been done yet.
> Goal one was to get working xml elements. So far that
> seems to have been accomplished, and I hope we add
> several nice ways to manage the process...

I can't help but wondering how you get a 2GB log file? Is there a loop 
somewhere? I know there's a lot of output during building lfs systems, but 
2gig worth of output seems too much to me, way way too muhc

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