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The really weird thing is the step of 1 day, 10 minutes in the creation time of some of the .d files
Given that the creation of the .d files is just a redirection of output to a file, I don't understand why there's this jump in time. In fact the creation times appear interleaved given the order in which the files are reported by make.
As you've successfully built on another system, I think, as you suspect, this is a problem on the platform you're trying to build on rather than with the Makefiles. I'm not familiar with Platform OCS or IBRIX filesystems - is it doing any kind of SMP or parallel execution or distributed storage? Those *might* create the timestamp issues between files.
Sorry I can't be more help!
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