|Subject:||Re: debugging parallel make|
|Date:||Sun, 06 Jan 2008 11:08:23 -0500|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 (Windows/20071031)|
Dan McMahill wrote:
Paul Smith wrote:On Sun, 2008-01-06 at 02:05 -0500, Dan McMahill wrote:I'm looking for something along the lines of [slot1] cc -c file1.c [slot2] cc -c file2.c [slot2] cc -c file3.c [slot1] cc -c file4.cwhere the [slot1] and [slot2] indicate which job slot is being fed a command.You can't, because make doesn't keep a list of slots like this. You can read more details about how the jobserver works on my website below, but in short make reads a single character token from a pipe and when it gets one, that allows make to run a job. All the tokens look exactly the same so there's no way for make to know which slot is being used.so is there any other way to figure out what commands are being run at the same time vs. sequentially?
i suppose if I could somehow get out a dependency graph I may be able to visually pick out where my bug is.
Part of the problem I'm faced with is I have some of my own rules but also a whole bunch of automake rules and I can't claim I fully understand all of the implied dependencies.
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