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Re: build speeds with current vs netbsd-4
On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 12:10:20PM +0200, Zafer Aydogan wrote:
> 2008/5/20 Simon Burge <simonb%netbsd.org@localhost>:
> > While trying to track down a problem, I've been booting netbsd-4
> > and -current on an 8 core amd64 box (dual quad-core). I thought I'd
> > test the time to build an i386 -j16 release with build.sh. Both
> > tests were done immediately after a reboot.
> > netbsd-4 building -current i386 release:
> > 5905.500u 15390.524s 49:52.07 711.7% 0+0k 5209+1342018io 4820pf+0w
> > -current (4.99.62 from 20080513) building -current i386 release:
> > 5363.027u 2573.479s 24:31.86 539.2% 0+0k 5254+ 452978io 55128pf+0w
> > netbsd-4 is using GENERIC.MP
> > -current is using GENERIC + options DEBUG/DIAGNOSTIC/KMEMSTATS
> > Most impressive difference in results, especially the system CPU time
> > component. Looks like all the recent work that has been happening is
> > really paying off!
> > Cheers,
> > Simon.
> I wonder what the impact of DEBUG is.
> Can you try once without DEBUG and DIAGNOSTIC ?
The debug options will cripple it!
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