kris at obsecurity.org
Fri Oct 17 14:24:32 PDT 2003
On Fri, Oct 17, 2003 at 11:19:08AM -0700, Chris Readle wrote:
> Since I'm going to be cvsuping (is that even a word?) up to RELENG_4 from
> RELENG_4_8 this weekend, I was wanting to see what the general concensus
> on /etc/make.conf optimizations is, particularly CPUTYPE. I'm running on
> an Athlon processor and I currently have CPUTYPE = k7 in my
> Is this generally considered a good thing, bad thing or an indifferent
Good thing, as long as it works. For example, some versions of gcc
have bugs in CPU-specific optimizations that are enabled by setting
CPUTYPE. CPUTYPE is generally considered safe, though.
> Also, are there other optimizations that I might want to consider?
Not that are recommended.
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