Christopher Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Here are some stats just from compiling the kernel. Please note that I did
> *not* try booting any of these kernels so they might not actually work:
> quoted time is user time on an unloaded system, compiling 2.3.99-pre8
> -O0: fails compile
> -O1: 7 min 22 s --> 807594 bytes
Shouldn't work. Fuction inlining is only done with -O2 and above (strange
it linked at all). Most probably modules will fail for want of inb(),
outb() et al.
> -O2: 8 min 38 s --> 830397 bytes
> -O3: 8 min 55 s --> 869151 bytes
Cost of overinlining and overzealous loop replication...
> -Os: 8 min 36 s --> 819874 bytes
No inlining at all, will probably kill several places that expect inlining.
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