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Re: [Bacula-devel] [PATCH] Make bacula(-client) work on IRIX 6.5


Michael Stapelberg wrote:

>> If it is only a warning, then I would try compiling the code without your 
>> patch (i.e. ignore the warning), run the FD and periodically over a few weeks 
>> or months do a status client and look at the output of the following line:
>> Heap: heap=901,120 smbytes=8,924 max_bytes=514,665 bufs=57 max_bufs=200
> OK, I will have an eye on that as soon as I have generated the inst-package
> and running it productively.
> 
>> The other solution is to find a GNU C++ compiler version 3.4 or later -- that 
>> should resolve the problem, but I imagine that is a painful solution ...  
> Yes. I think the MIPSpro we have here does optimize a lot better for the MIPS
> architecture than the gcc. Also, my system administrator doesn't like GNU
> software at all :-).
> 
> Thanks for your mails and for helping to eliminate the problems. I really
> appreciate it.

One other quick comment - once you get things compiled, you might want to look
at running the regression suite to make sure that it's all working as expected:

http://bacula.org/en/developers/Bacula_Regression_Testing.html

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