Ubuntu is generally considered a Linux system, so the absence of chmod
wasn't causing the problem. The actual cause was that I've run out of
memory while running the Mahout test. But thanks for getting me on the
I have exceeded the swap file size and after some twenty minutes,
Mahout was successfully built. Even the examples seem to work.
Thank you, Sean!
On 8 February 2011 12:50, Sean Owen <[email protected]> wrote:
> Yes, you're looking in the right place. You can find the following error in
> most files:
> java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "chmod": java.io.IOException:
> error=12, Cannot allocate memory
> This is really what is useful for bug reporting.
> You're on Windows right? It doesn't have the *nix "chmod" command.
> IIRC you have to run through Cygwin in order to get binaries like this but I
> don't use Windows myself. It's better to use a Linux box for Mahout / Hadoop
> if you can.
> On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 11:41 AM, Petr Cvengros <[email protected]> wrote:
>> Well, mvn with clean doesn't provide anything more. But when I run
>> mere mvn install, I get the following. The contents of the
>> core/target/surefire-reports/ are in the attachment.
>> Thanks for any help