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The <filename>builds-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename>, <filename>defaults-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename>, and <filename>main.conf</filename> configuration files exist to reduce repetition between the various per-build files.
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There are two paths of file sourcing:
Hay dos caminos para la obtención de archivos:
<filename>builds-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename> -&gt; <filename>main.conf</filename>
<filename>builds-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename> -&gt; <filename>main.conf</filename>
This controls <filename>thermite.sh</filename> behavior
Esto controla <filename>thermite.sh</filename> el comando
<filename><replaceable>12</replaceable>-<replaceable>amd64</replaceable>-<replaceable>GENERIC</replaceable>-<replaceable>snap</replaceable>.conf</filename> -&gt; <filename>defaults-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename> -&gt; <filename>main.conf</filename>
<filename><replaceable>12</replaceable>-<replaceable>amd64</replaceable>-<replaceable>GENERIC</replaceable>-<replaceable>snap</replaceable>.conf</filename> -&gt; <filename>defaults-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename> -&gt; <filename>main.conf</filename>
This controls <filename>release/release.sh</filename> behavior within the build <citerefentry><refentrytitle>chroot</refentrytitle><manvolnum>8</manvolnum></citerefentry>
Esto controla <filename>release/release.sh</filename> el comando dentro de la construcción <citerefentry><refentrytitle>chroot</refentrytitle><manvolnum>8</manvolnum></citerefentry>
The <filename>builds-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename>, <filename>defaults-<replaceable>12</replaceable>.conf</filename>, and <filename>main.conf</filename> configuration files exist to reduce repetition between the various per-build files.
 
Building FreeBSD Development Snapshots
 
The official release build machines have a specific filesystem layout, which using <acronym>ZFS</acronym>, <filename>thermite.sh</filename> takes heavy advantage of with clones and snapshots, ensuring a pristine build environment.
 
The build scripts reside in <filename class="directory">/releng/scripts-snapshot/scripts</filename> or <filename class="directory">/releng/scripts-release/scripts</filename> respectively, to avoid collisions between an <literal>RC</literal> build from a releng branch versus a <literal>STABLE</literal> snapshot from the respective stable branch.
 
A separate dataset exists for the final build images, <filename class="directory">/snap/ftp</filename>. This directory contains both snapshots and releases directories. They are only used if the <literal>EVERYTHINGISFINE</literal> variable is defined in <filename>main.conf</filename>.
 
The <literal>EVERYTHINGISFINE</literal> variable name was chosen to avoid colliding with a variable that might be possibly set in the user environment, accidentally enabling the behavior that depends on it being defined.
 

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