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Old 10th October 2008
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Anyways, we've gotten off track. I'd still like to try to debug the filesystem issue if possible, especially since it sounds a lot like a problem that whooped my own butt.
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Those who muck with CFLAGS and COPTFLAGS be playing with dragons. Best to tread lightly, and carry a big stick.
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-O or -O2 -fno-strict-aliasing are the only supported flags according to the documentation.

Unless you know exactly what you are doing, have read the compiler documentation, and are familiar with the code you will be compiling with them, do not screw with pre-set compiler options and expect things to work properly.
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Let's just make this clear:

The problem was caused by incorrect COPTFLAGS. It built a broken world, which will crash when certain functions are run. As it happened, the first thing you noticed was portsnap.

Remove COPTFLAGS and CFLAGS from your make.conf and rebuild your world. For safety, rebuild any ports you have compiled as well.

To repeat: your problem is your COPTFLAGS setting.
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