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[Xen-API] build issue with xapi

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  • From: Anirban Chakraborty <abchak@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2014 05:45:14 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: build issue with xapi

Hi All,

I am trying to build xapi via opam install xapi, and getting following error:

---=-=-= Installing xapi.1.0.0 =-=-=
Building xapi.1.0.0:
  ./configure --varpatchdir /contrail/opam/system/var/patch --optdir 
/contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp --plugindir /contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp/plugins 
--hooksdir /contrail/opam/system/etc/hook-scripts --xapiconf 
/contrail/opam/system/etc/xapi.conf --libexecdir 
/contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp/bin --scriptsdir 
/contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp/scripts --sharedir 
/contrail/opam/system/share/xcp --webdir /contrail/opam/system/share/xcp/web 
--xhadir /contrail/opam/system/bin/xha --bindir /contrail/opam/system/bin 
--sbindir /contrail/opam/system/bin --etcdir /contrail/opam/system/etc --vardir 
  make version
  omake phase1
  omake phase2
  omake ocaml/xapi/xapi
  install -m 0755 ocaml/xapi/xapi.opt /contrail/opam/system/bin/xapi
[ERROR] The compilation of xapi.1.0.0 failed.
Removing xapi.1.0.0.
  rm /contrail/opam/system/bin/xapi

[ERROR] Failure while processing xapi.1.0.0

===== ERROR while installing xapi.1.0.0 =====
# opam-version 1.1.1 (d2d459e390e869bf20f1889a5d2cf7933f2851ae)
# os           linux
# command      ./configure --varpatchdir /contrail/opam/system/var/patch 
--optdir /contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp --plugindir 
/contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp/plugins --hooksdir 
/contrail/opam/system/etc/hook-scripts --xapiconf 
/contrail/opam/system/etc/xapi.conf --libexecdir 
/contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp/bin --scriptsdir 
/contrail/opam/system/lib/xcp/scripts --sharedir 
/contrail/opam/system/share/xcp --webdir /contrail/opam/system/share/xcp/web 
--xhadir /contrail/opam/system/bin/xha --bindir /contrail/opam/system/bin 
--sbindir /contrail/opam/system/bin --etcdir /contrail/opam/system/etc --vardir 
# path         /contrail/opam/system/build/xapi.1.0.0
# compiler     system (4.01.0)
# exit-code    2
# env-file     /contrail/opam/system/build/xapi.1.0.0/xapi-22122-7afd23.env
# stdout-file  /contrail/opam/system/build/xapi.1.0.0/xapi-22122-7afd23.out
# stderr-file  /contrail/opam/system/build/xapi.1.0.0/xapi-22122-7afd23.err
### stdout ###
# Cannot find file topfind.
### stderr ###
# Unknown directive `require'.


The configure script is not able to find topfind, as it looks from the 
messages. However, I do have following set:


As a check, when I run utop and then in the cmd prompt issue, use “topfind”, it 
doesn’t complain. So, as it appears that the configure script doesn’t find 
“topfind" whereas utop can find it. Does it mean that findlib could not be 
resolved properly?

I am pretty new to OCaml. Can some one shed some light on it?

My xapi code is at following change set:
commit ffd3561cb05e828ffa8646fb9cc91e3c3e721b2f
Merge: 1b6ff5f 8fa2e83
Author: Dave Scott <djs55@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:   Mon Nov 25 03:27:02 2013 -0800

    Merge pull request #6 from jonludlam/fusion-vbdfix
    Relax the rules about ISO vbds coming from ISO SRs
and ocaml version is:

[root@localhost xapi.1.0.0]# ocaml 
        OCaml version 4.01.0

Findlib has been successfully loaded. Additional directives:
  #require "package";;      to load a package
  #list;;                   to list the available packages
  #camlp4o;;                to load camlp4 (standard syntax)
  #camlp4r;;                to load camlp4 (revised syntax)
  #predicates "p,q,...";;   to set these predicates
  Topfind.reset();;         to force that packages will be reloaded
  #thread;;                 to enable threads


thanks much,

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