Subject: Re: moving allocsys() into MI part of kernel
To: Robert V. Baron <>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
List: tech-kern
Date: 05/08/1999 21:05:25
In message <>"Robert V. Baron" writes:

> (Sad note:
>the first line is the linux 2.2.1 time.)  These measurements are
>on 560X laptops with 64Meg memory 4Gig disks.
>ares:L233I	 514.030u 81.360s 12:09.94 81.5% 0+0k 0+0io 514653pf+0w
>medon:N233I	 528.430u 99.065s 15:39.80 66.7% 0+0k 12773+35452io 3756pf+0w
>medon:N233I 15% 528.473u 90.731s 14:10.51 72.8% 0+0k 8682+35014io 4230pf+0w

Hmm. Rob, what's the time to repcompile the `ares' Linux kernel, using
NetBSD's linux-emulation mode and Linux binaries? Is the NetBSD kernel
really compiling 10% more stuff, or is our system time really 10%-20% bigger?