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Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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poudriere-devel ports-mgmt files touched by this commit Port build and test system
Update to checkins f21e916b8b

Main change is heavy parallelization (improves a lot bulk -a)

Detailed changes:
  - Do not mount linsysfs anymore (allow builind linux-kdump)
  - Fix builders stuck in 'done:PORT' status when they were really idle
  - New TMPFS_DATA to allow having the pool,cache and other poudriere temporary
    files be stored in memory (important if using bulk -a)
  - Fix creating jail from allbsd
  - do not need anymore pkg_ on the host to build pkg_install bulks
  - Parallelize the dependency calculation
  - Parallelize sanity check
  - Speeds up walk through the queue
  - prevent inheriting compression on ports trees
  - Cleanup stale INDEX tmpfile, which is possible if user hits ctrl+c during
    index build
  - Parallelize queue ordering
  - Create a reverse pool to avoid the slow find -delete
  - Speed up detection of inpact of a failure
  - mount fdescfs by default (need from some java software)

Feature safe:	yes

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