Using default settings for make (and/or portmaster) cmake goes into an infinite loop on task 1 (running the port configuration script). Sorry don't have a log showing where it went off the rails I just have a lot of iterations of step 0/1
This is a brand new ryzen 5 2600 machine with the kernel reporting 12 cores (6 real ones with 2 threads each). To repeat:
[with no ports installed]
svn co svn://svn.freebsd.org/ports/head /usr/ports
portmaster -d x11/nvdia-driver
lots of output
devel/llvm infinite loop
FreeBSD neomarx 12.0-RELEASE-p8 FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE-p8 r350399 GENERIC amd64
(In reply to aryeh.friedman from comment #0)
oops devel/llvm80 not devel/llvm fails
I had the same problem once: the clock on my system wasn't correct.
This might be ninja related since the build for graphics/jpeg-turbo went into a similar loop (but gave up after 100 tries)
(In reply to mikael.urankar from comment #2)
Not in my case it is correct (set it with ntpdate before I started the port installs):
root@neomarx:/usr/ports/distfiles # date
Mon Jul 29 05:01:15 EDT 2019
root@neomarx:/usr/ports/distfiles # ntpdate pool.ntp.org
29 Jul 05:01:52 ntpdate: adjust time server 18.104.22.168 offset -0.297128 sec
(In reply to aryeh.friedman from comment #3)
It is for sure related to ninja since I have now had 5 or 6 ports in the xfce4 chain die on the same type of loop with the only commonality between them is they use ninja as their build system... is a default of j 12 on make on a fast processor too fast for ninja?
AFACT this isn't an LLVM issue, but rather a ninja issue.