Looking at last modified date here:
I feel like our packages for armv6 no longer build.
If I look at a random port build log, seems like qemu is having trouble:
qemu: unsupported syscall: 551 (calling anyway)
The problem is that perl no longer builds, thus, there is no reason to push package sets until this can be fixed. IIUC the 551/552 problem is related but not the problem.
Perl does build on CURRENT:
The problem is related to the specific cross-building machine setup (qemu, poudriere, jail version): see the numerous qemu problems in each port log.
Might be related to the version of qemu-user installed on the building machine, and this bug https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=220478 which is now fixed.
The problem is that the qemu-user-static package that runs on CURRENT build machine (beefy8) has been built on FreeBSD 11 system. But, unfortunately, qemu cannot emulate a newer revision of the system which was built on.
In short, if you want qemu-user-static emulation for CURRENT then package must be built also on CURRENT.
Thanks for your answer.
QEMU does build and run on CURRENT (I do have my own poudriere setup for CURRENT armv6 running sucessfully), so I guess it takes the beefy8 machine admin to upgrade packages.
I can provide help and time.
Thanks for the offer! the situation is back to normal