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Re: Autobuild on a specific buildd machine ?

Same for me. Building last version of yade (1.0.0) fails even
on i386 with nice message  "virtual memory exhausted: Cannot allocate memory".

Best regards,


2013/10/3 Christophe Prud'homme <prudhomm@debian.org>:
> Hello,
> I have looking around the Debian pages using google for the following
> question:
> is that possible to specify a buildd machine for an architecture when
> uploading a package ?
> The problem is the following, I am uploading feel++ which requires a little
> bit of memory and typically 2Gb of RAM is not sufficient for g++-4.8 (which
> is very memory hungry, far worse than g++-4.7 and g++-4.6  ). Everything is
> fine on powerpc, amd64 and i386 where I am using clang (which works like a
> charm, thanks sylvestre!) whereas for sparc I use g++-4.8 (problem of code
> generation with clang)
> I would need to use stadler (sparc) (which has 8Gb of RAM) to compile feel++
> using g++-4.8. If the autobuilder picks a 2Gb sparc machine, it will fail.
> thanks in advance for the help
> Best regards
> C.

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