5.3-Beta1: So far, so goo. Day 5.
racerx at makeworld.com
Wed Aug 25 17:38:15 PDT 2004
Gary Kline wrote:
> Hi Chris, and howdy rest-of-list,
> On Wed, Aug 25, 2004 at 05:21:27PM -0500, Chris wrote:
>>Well - this is my 5th day using 5.3-Beta1 (sup'ing from 5.2.1-p9)
>>I removed the debuging code in the kernel - runs well for a Beta.
> Brave man... .
> I think I'll wait awhile before upgrading to RELENG_5.
> But Q1: how exactly, does one get rid of the debugging stuff?
> And Q2, now that we've got gcc-3.4, would it help to use a higher
> opyimization? say, "-O3"? ....
>>Since I use KDE, I did notice that Kgpg (whatever it is) is non
>>functional. S'ok tho - I dont use Kmail so to me that's not an issue.
>>Everything from an day-to-day basis runs. Nothing seems to have been
>>broken that I found.
>>This is my production PC at home, so it's being used constantly.
>>I'm unsure where to post this, so I sent to Questions and Current.
> I've got two 400MHz platforms, so I want to be able to max'z
> the systems. System tuningg obviously helps, and hopefully
> the new compiler will help too.
I can't answer Q2 - but I'll post my make.conf
As to Q1 - in /usr/src/UPDATING it mentions the things in the kernel
etc. that needs to be commented out. Very straight to the point.
As to Q1,
CFLAGS= -O -pipe
COPTFLAGS= -O -pipe
There is nothing more frightening than ignorance in action.
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