Tom Lane wrote:
>Darcy Buskermolen <darcy(at)wavefire(dot)com> writes:
>>There looks to be an issue with gram.y as seen in the following 2 FreeBSD6
>The "issue" is that your make is broken: it's failed to regenerate
>gram.c from the recently updated gram.y.
>The impression I have gained from watching the build farm is that ccache
>is seriously unreliable --- the machines using it often show transient
>build failures that look like failure to update derived files.
The way buildfarm works is that it should always run on a clean set of
CVS files - i.e. there should no gram.c. We don't even bot6her with
clean, distclean, maintainer-clean and friends - we simply copy the
source directory tree for each run. The fact that Darcy's builds don't
show a call to bison indicates to me that his source dir (
/buildfarm/pg-buildfarm/HEAD/pgsql ) might not be clean for some reason
that is not clear to me.
Darcy, please blow that directory tree away and see if the situation
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