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SubjectRe: make -j 2 broken?
On Mon, Oct 23, 2000 at 05:22:22PM -0400, Wakko Warner wrote:
> > Trying to compile the current kernel (test10-pre4) with:
> >
> > > make clean
> > > make -j 2 bzImages modules modules_install
> >
> > will try to install the modules before they are built...
> > This has previously been working (at least in early testX kernels).
>
> I've done it before when I wasn't thinking, since it parallels those,
> modules_install just calls modules_install. AFAIK, it doesn't depend on
> modules actually being compiled.
>
> Typically, I do:
> make -j 20 dep;make -j 20 bzImage modules;make modules_install
>
> Yes, I've heard about the paralleled dep problem (there was one, right?),
> but it hasn't effected me.

Or even better, to be sure you don't get any unpleasant surprises:

make -j 20 dep && make -j 20 bzImage modules && make modules_install


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