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Too many heap sections

From: Bryan Ferris
Subject: Too many heap sections
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2017 12:04:46 -0800


I have recently (re-)installed Guix, and I am trying to package Jekyll so that I can build my website on this system. I used `guix import gem` to get started, and then repeated the process for a number of it's dependencies. Now when I try to build it (with `guix package -f jekyll.scm`) I get the following error:

Too many heap sections: Increase MAXHINCR or MAX_HEAP_SECTS

To me, this sounds like I'm using too much RAM. However, I don't understand how package definitions could cause that problem, unless the source code was too big or something equally absurd. Here's my current package definition:

(define ruby-jekyll (package
  (name "ruby-jekyll")
  (version "3.6.2")
      (method url-fetch)
      (uri (rubygems-uri "jekyll" version))
  (build-system ruby-build-system)
  (arguments '(#:phases (modify-phases %standard-phases (delete 'check))))
    `(("ruby-addressable" ,ruby-addressable)
      ("ruby-colorator" ,ruby-colorator)
      ("ruby-jekyll" ,ruby-jekyll)
      ("ruby-jekyll-watch" ,ruby-jekyll-watch)
      ("ruby-kramdown" ,ruby-kramdown)
      ("ruby-liquid" ,ruby-liquid)
      ("ruby-mercenary" ,ruby-mercenary)
      ("ruby-pathutil" ,ruby-pathutil)
      ("ruby-rouge" ,ruby-rouge)
      ("ruby-safe-yaml" ,ruby-safe-yaml)
    "Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator.")
    "Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator.")
  (home-page "")
  (license expat)


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