Subject: Re: Still a slowdown after latest bufcache changes?
To: Greywolf <email@example.com>
From: Rafal Boni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/11/2004 17:29:45
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In message <Pine.NEB.email@example.com>, you write
-> Thus spake Rafal Boni ("RB> ") sometime Today...
-> RB> Folks:
-> RB> I cvs updated last night, rebuilt a new kernel and then did a
-> RB> complete "build.sh distribution" on my T30 (1.8Ghz P4, 256MB
-> RB> RAM) leaving it to run after I went to bed. The build was
-> RB> done with a clean objdir, tooldir and destdirs, so every-
-> RB> thing was rebuilt from scratch.
-> RB> The build still seemed much slower than I'd expect on this
-> RB> hardware (I've only recently reinstalled XP to salvage some
-> RB> space on the disk for NetBSD, so unfortunately I don't have
-> RB> a good baseline, but it seems much slower than my desktop,
-> RB> which is a dual 700Mhz PIII with 512MB).
-> RB> Here's what build.sh says about the time:
-> RB> build.sh started: Sat Jan 10 23:14:00 EST 2004
-> RB> build.sh ended: Sun Jan 11 01:22:11 EST 2004
-> That looks about right, actually. It takes just a bit over an hour
-> for my Athlon XP1900+ to build EVERYTHING; nearly 1:20:00.
-> 544MB core.
That's *can't* be right if what you say about your build.sh time *is*
1:20 for EVERYTHING (I assume this incudes the raft of kernels built as
part of `release', which I didn't build) on an Althlon XP1900+ (granted,
with 512Meg memory) vs. *over 3 hours* on a 1.8 P4 with 256MB seems rather
excessive. As I mentioned earlier, I thought my dual-PIII (at 700Mhz)
built the world faster with -j...
Rafal Boni firstname.lastname@example.org
We are all worms. But I do believe I am a glowworm. -- Winston Churchill
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