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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: error building persistent store and broker
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2010 13:05:53 GMT
On 09/20/2010 01:28 PM, Kim van der Riet wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-09-19 at 21:44 +0800, Carton wrote:
>> Hi Kim, thanks for your reply.
>> I'm sorry I didn't describe my problem well.
>> (1)
>> The first error occurs when I build the store for the C++ broker 0.6.
>> The environment are installed C++-0.6-broker, checked-out r3793 store
>> modules, checked-out HEAD cpp&  python&  specs modules.
>> Three HEAD modules are used for configure option --with-qpid-checkout
>> since ./configure needs qpidd-devel package or these three modules.
>> (It's CentOS 5.4 I used, and there's no qpidd-devel-0.6 el rpm for
>> CentOS.)
>> then i got error as following:
>> https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1U989td_nAjV4BdCtOl1GjIP_LqQ5j1aQONbmkMc44uo&pli=1
> This is still a mixed version environment. By using HEAD of
> {cpp,python,specs} and r.3793 of the store, and if you point to the HEAD
> version of with the --with-qpid-checkout, then the build will fail. If
> you build this way, you need to have the 0.6 version of
> {cpp,python,specs} source checked out. In addition, I would not mix the
> installed rpms with newly built ones. Since you have to build the broker
> anyway to build the store, it would be safer to install the built
> version of both rather than using rpms for some and built for others.
> I would uninstall all the qpid rpms, then check out either:
> 0.6 version cpp/python/spec and r.3793 store. First build
> using ./bootstrap; ./configure; make from the qpid cpp dir, followed
> by ./bootstrap; ./configure --with-qpid-checkout=/path/to/qpid/dir; make
> from the store cpp dir.
> or
> as above, but HEAD cpp/python/spec and HEAD store revisions.
> When the builds are complete, a make install from first the qpid cpp and
> then store cpp dirs will install the libs and files in their correct
> locations.
>> (2)
>> Then I uninstall the C++-0.6-broker and try to build them ALL from
>> HEAD revision.
>> So I build broker first but got an error:
>> [configure works fine]
>> https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=18KF4Q58kDeX3Bta1LIhlJMdkjaW0LmmOuZqOnuipojQ
>> [error when make]
>> ../managementgen/qmf-gen -m ./managementgen.mk -c ./managementgen.cmake -q
>> -b -o qmf ../../specs/management-schema.xml ./qpid/acl/management-schema.xml
>> ./qpid/cluster/management-schema.xml
>> : No such file or directory
>> make[1]: *** [managementgen.mk] Error 127
>> make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/trunk/cpp/src'
>> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>> details:
>> https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1URncCNLSZXgbJCWoM6OTn59l7VKodbDjccLM1I3Wv7E
>> Is it only cpp directory I should check out to build the HEAD revision
>> of C++ broker?
>> And it's strange that the files are indeed in the checked-out cpp
>> directory but it said no. :(
> As above. I think the problem here is that you don't have a complete
> checkout of the qpid dirs. You need the cpp, python and specs dirs; I
> use the following layout when building:
> qpid --+-- cpp
>         +-- python
>         +-- specs
> and then point to the qpid dir in the --with-qpid-checkout option.

I find I also need to use the --with-qpid-build option, set to point at 
my build directory for cpp.

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