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Re: java error, core dumped, when building subversion-1.6.11

From: Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de>
Date: Sat, 8 May 2010 12:39:43 +0200

On Fri, May 07, 2010 at 10:57:05PM -0700, rupert.thurner wrote:
> hi,
> when i try to build subversion-1.6.11 on solaris 9 the below error
> occurs. how could one track that down?

> /usr/jdk1.6.0_07/bin/javah -force -d subversion/bindings/javahl/
> include -classpath subversion/bindings/javahl/classes:

> gmake[3]: *** [subversion/bindings/javahl/include/
> org_tigris_subversion_javahl_PropertyData.h] Illegal Instruction (core
> dumped)

My guess is that your java or GNU make binary is not 100% compatible with
your processor architecture.

I've seen such errors with a self-compiled FreeBSD system, optimized for
Athlon XP at compile time, after moving the hard drive into an old
dual-Celeron box (this was before dual-core CPUs were available) because
the Athlon's mainboard had decided to die.

The result was that most programs worked fine, but anything trying to
use stuff like advanced floating point instructions was failing with
illegal instruction errors. Back then I was lucky enough to be able to
re-compile the system in place, this time without optimisations (and I
have given up on playing with CFLAGS ever since).

So I'd double check with the source of your java / gnu make binaries
to make sure they are compatible with your OS and processor.

Received on 2010-05-08 12:40:24 CEST

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