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Re: Turning on stack protection by default
> On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 06:33:53PM +0100, Tobias Nygren wrote:
>> Below are two runs of SunSpider on firefox-3.5.3, NetBSD-5.99.21-amd64
>> before and after installation of a USE_SSP=yes userland.
> I've run "build.sh -j 8 -x release" on a four core virtual machine twice.
> The build always produced binaries without SSP. But the build system
> itself was switched from SSP (kernel and userland) to no SSP (again
> kernel and userland):
> With SSP: 4155.43s user 10035.32s system 358% cpu 1:06:00.27 total
> Without SSP: 4442.54s user 9290.31s system 362% cpu 1:03:06.49 total
> The build got slower by 4.8% in my test case.
was "Without SSP" with USE_SSP=no, or the default?
> Kind regards
> Matthias Scheler http://zhadum.org.uk/
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