Hello there, I am having some trouble building the latest generation (f2e99d9) on my old samsung n130 (i686). Here is the console output: root@charon ~# guix pullUpdating channel 'guix' from Git repository at 'https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/guix.git'...Building from this channel:guix https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/guix.gitf2e99d9substitute: updating substitutes from 'https://ci.guix.gnu.org'... 100.0%substitute: updating substitutes from 'https://ci.guix.gnu.org'... 100.0%substitute: updating substitutes from 'https://ci.guix.gnu.org'... 100.0%building /gnu/store/3yjm93pizc6pnggdvyl17ynajv51448j-module-import.drv...building /gnu/store/gc643vn38kb53zqlhr5nvgwsqhi9sbr5-module-import-compiled.drv...4% [##### ]builder for `/gnu/store/gc643vn38kb53zqlhr5nvgwsqhi9sbr5-module-import-compiled.drv' failed with exit code 1build of /gnu/store/gc643vn38kb53zqlhr5nvgwsqhi9sbr5-module-import-compiled.drv failedView build log at '/var/log/guix/drvs/gc/643vn38kb53zqlhr5nvgwsqhi9sbr5-module-import-compiled.drv.bz2'.cannot build derivation `/gnu/store/9sn1078n6nkdskpsa8wibbb19fgjl2a7-compute-guix-derivation.drv': 1 dependencies couldn't be builtguix pull: error: build of `/gnu/store/9sn1078n6nkdskpsa8wibbb19fgjl2a7-compute-guix-derivation.drv' failed Attached are two log files from two successive attempts at running `guix pull`. I'm often having isues pulling the latest derivations on that computer, and currently sitting at f0da92cb42f99cddadd9cea373758355cb7c6351 (though I've also had issues before that specific one). I've been interacting with mbakke on the matrix channel regarding this since yesterday. We tried bisecting the issue, and found an unlikely culprit in the name of 694e10af639da64cdf6f1c44cadf9a64f8a04fa6 However, I had interupted guix pull when it seemed to progress further, assuming the commit was good. And when trying to build the commit right before, I encountered another, somewhat similar error (also attached: wy793 something). After checking that 9d0b9c7c6c0b0d45653dea80b499314ea415d3c7 (just after the one I was on) worked all right, I tried a second bissect, that found 10c413685f13af12fa2bb34796db82e1f52b47af as a possible cause. After reverting just 10c41 failed, I also reverted 694e10 on top of that. I thought it had worked as it kept building, but it failed after a while (slightly different log: gi046...). During that build phase, a lot of these "unbound variable \x0" kept being printed to stdout, but I have a limited scrollback and forgot to tee it to a file beforehand. I could still obtain it if it was necessary. I am not sure what to try next? I could try a script that sequencially builds every commit and prints the ones that succeed and the one that do not, but I wouldn't mind if you had better ideas, especially as a successful build can take a few hours to complete. Thanks for your work, and sorry for this bug report that's a bit unclear and confused, Mayeul
Toggle quote (10 lines)> After checking that 9d0b9c7c6c0b0d45653dea80b499314ea415d3c7 (just> after the one I was on) worked all right, I tried a second bissect,> that found 10c413685f13af12fa2bb34796db82e1f52b47af as a possible> cause. After reverting just 10c41 failed, I also reverted 694e10 on> top of that. I thought it had worked as it kept building, but it> failed after a while (slightly different log: gi046...). During that> build phase, a lot of these "unbound variable \x0" kept being printed> to stdout, but I have a limited scrollback and forgot to tee it to a> file beforehand. I could still obtain it if it was necessary.
The module-imported-compiled build log you provided shows this:
This hints at a possible memory corruption issue in Guile, especiallysince it seems to be non-deterministic. That said, I successfully run: $ guix pull -s i686-linux -p /tmp/test […] $ /tmp/test/bin/guix describe Generacio 1 May 29 2020 18:00:54 (nuna) guix 9ff667e repository URL: https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/guix.git branch: master commit: 9ff667ea05d0807b4e6512c92914ae517b9ec755 Most derivations were built locally. It’s on an x86_64 laptop, though. Is it still crashy for you? Thanks,Ludo’.