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Re: Request to verify powerpc64-linux bootstrap binaries

From: Jack Hill
Subject: Re: Request to verify powerpc64-linux bootstrap binaries
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2020 10:16:05 -0400 (EDT)
User-agent: Alpine 2.20 (DEB 67 2015-01-07)

On Tue, 2 Jun 2020, Vincent Legoll wrote:


On 02/06/2020 04:56, Chris Marusich wrote:
Hopefully, you'll get identical results!  You don't have to run "guix
gc" if you don't want to, but doing so will increase the likelihood of
catching nondeterminism issues propagated from dependencies (which seem
unlikely, but you never know).  It took 3 or 4 for me hours on a modern
16-core machine.

heh, it didn't take that much longer, 530 minutes on my less modern 2-core x86_64 machine.

Once we verify the binaries, we can actually start using them to build
stuff!  Léo has already gotten an optimistic start on that work, and
many things are building successfully.  Exciting!!

Almost there...

yes, congratulations!

87f7583cf483ac3ba0ab978862873e68757bc4ddd10f739a90a9e4598f79e7fa45ec369c6efcff8d72fba87ea99f1e7a01a39450c7bf20790bc1d89d4b69a15b /gnu/store/dy4fhy2vqyxqfad59mfdqdd0qpcrwmyx-bootstrap-tarballs-0/gcc-stripped-5.5.0-powerpc64-linux-gnu.tar.xz

I can confirm the difference with gcc-stripped. Mine was 15f93200ef1cdde5a5721b1d4cfb4c9c5e22b4b945c77f56f60c388da99cf557d13474d14205a529cf9af9f29fb69591e17392387c0444e0efb7c85edcf30ff0

All the other hashes were the same.


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