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Manual Reference Pages  -  TC-CONFIGCCACHE (1)

NAME

tc configCcache - Configure Tinderbox ccache parameters

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Examples
License And Disclaimer

SYNOPSIS

tc configCcache [-d-| -e ] [-c mount] [-s size] [-j-| -J ] [-l logfile |-L ]

DESCRIPTION

tc configCcache displays and configures Tinderbox settings related to ccache. Without any arguments tc configCcache will print the current ccache configuration to stdout. Note that in order for ccache to work, a ccache.tar file must be created in each Jail directory. The contents of this file must be:

opt
opt/ccache
opt/gcc -> ccache
opt/cc -> ccache
opt/g++ -> ccache
opt/c++ -> ccache

OPTIONS

The following options are supported by tc configCcache:
-e Enable ccache.
-d Disable ccache. This is the default.
-c mount
  Specify the ccache mount point. This is the location within the Build where the ccache directory should be mounted. The default is /ccache.
-s size
  Maximum size of the cache. This should be in the format nG Where n is a number, and G stands for gigabytes. The default is 1G.
-j Enable per-Jail caches. By default, a cache is created for each Build.
-J Disable per-Jail caches. This is the default.
-l logfile
  Enable ccache logging to logfile. This should only be used for debugging purposes.
-L Disable ccache logging. This is the default.

EXAMPLES

Enable ccache into /ccache and set the maximum cache size to 2G:

${pb}/scripts/tc configCcache -e -c /ccache -s 2G

Where ${pb} is your Tinderbox (or port build) root directory.

SEE ALSO

tc-configGet(1)

LICENSE AND DISCLAIMER

BSD License
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