On Jul 7, 8:01am, Trevor Hurst wrote:
> Subject: Re: make on xfs commands..
> > these #defines come from maxtrres.h which should exist in
> > your cmd/xfs/mkfs directory at the time you're building xfs_mkfs.c
> > - maxtrres.h is generated using cmd/xfs/maxtrres/xfs_maxtrres,
> > so I guess you'd see these errors if that header hadn't been
> > generated or if you didn't have the #include "maxtrres.h" line at
> > the top of xfs_mkfs.c ... does the header exist?
> Ah... Yes, it does, however, I think the problem is
> that it is of 0 byte length.. uggh.. Looks like I will wipe
yes, that would be a big problem.
> out the tree and pull down a fresh one and try again. Not sure
> how the header file got to be empty, does this seem strange?
I could see how it might have happened if the maxtrres subdir
hadn't been descended & built before the mkfs directory (the
shell redirect in the mkfs Makefile would have created the empty
file) - though I would also have expected a "command not found"
error in the mkfs build when attempting to run "xfs_maxtrres" (?)