[Slackbuilds-users] Out of space when building RUST ?

Xavier Maillard xavier at maillard.im
Fri Mar 9 05:49:20 UTC 2018

B Watson <yalhcru at gmail.com> writes:

> On 3/8/18, Andrew Clemons <aclemons at runbox.no> wrote:
>> x86_64:
>> Build time 70 min, peak load 10.23, peak memory 3477M, peak tmp 
>> 6691M
>> x86:
>> Build time 96 min, peak load 10.12, peak memory 2447M, peak tmp 
>> 6684M
> It'd be nice if builds like this would actually mention the 
> amount of
> space required in the README... some do already. Probably should 
> be a rule
> of thumb that if it takes more than 2GB in /tmp, a note should 
> be made in
> the README... 2GB may sound small, but some people mount tmpfs 
> on /tmp,
> which has a capacity of half the RAM in the machine by 
> default. Lots of
> users still chugging along with only 4GB of RAM.

I second that. We should indicate this for really extraordinary 
cases requiring a lot of resources.

Rust is the perfect candidate here.


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