From: Edward Ashley <n...@redmonkeysoftware.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 12:30:01 +0200
Local: Thurs, Oct 25 2012 6:30 am
Subject: Re: [Samba] Compiling samba4 hangs at [1815/3978] Compiling librpc/ndr/ndr_basic.c
Sorry I have been so quiet but has been difficult for me to get some time
to look into it. Basically this is what has happened for me so far (I am
running virtual machines on KVM for this):
I setup centos 6.3 x86_64 with all latest updates. I ran the yum install
which is recommended in the OS Requirements documentation. Grabbed a copy
of the samba-master and compiled and made it successfully. I provisioned a
domain and everything seemed fine, until I could not add a windows 7
machine to the domain. It kept coming back with an error message on the
windows machine whenever I tried to add it to the domain. I tried to debug
this and I think it came down to the internal dns server not being able to
update itself as there was no dns.keytab file or something like that.
Anyway I decided that I would make uninstall and make clean and start again
with a fresh compilation, so I started back at the ./configure.developer
stage and never got passed hanging at compiling ndr_basic.c. In the end I
thought I would scratch that setup and try on a fresh rebuild.
So I started again, installed Centos 6.3 x86_64, installed all updates, ran
the yum from the OS requirements and grabbed samba-master. This time it
hang straight away at compiling ndr_basic.c. So I tried a packaged version
which I think was RC4, same result.
To answer a few things that have so far been asked, yes kernel-devel is
installed and it doesn't make a difference. I have tried the gcc command
from the bin folder, no change. A make clean doesn't make any difference it
just starts from the beginning again.
I will try and debug more (trying the strace) but I don't know how quickly
I can to it.
On 25 October 2012 11:01, Andrew Bartlett <abart...@samba.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-10-25 at 10:40 +0100, Innocent Yevide wrote:Edward Ashley
> > Strange, as I used centos 6.3 32 bit but have no this problem. I did
> > several times recompile and it was ok. have you done make clean before
> > recompiling may be?
> I would urge anyone who can reproduce this *not* to just blow things
> We still want to pin down exactly what is going wrong where, if at all
> Andrew Bartlett
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