Do we need this junk?
nikolas.britton at gmail.com
Fri Apr 6 13:52:04 UTC 2007
On 4/5/07, John Clark <jclark at metricsystems.com> wrote:
> Nikolas Britton schrieb:
> > On 4/5/07, Peter Jeremy <peterjeremy at optushome.com.au> wrote:
> >> [-stable removed since it's not relevant there]
> >> On 2007-Apr-05 04:58:17 -0500, Nikolas Britton
> >> <nikolas.britton at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >Can anything in the list below be removed from CURRENT?
> >> >
> >> >legacyfree1# cd dev/
> >> >legacyfree1# grep -irsn isa ./ | grep -i include
> >> ...
> >> >legacyfree1# grep -irsn mca ./ | grep -i include
> >> ...
> >> Why do you believe anything in the list might need to be removed?
> > I'd like to also add that 6-STABLE should be the last branch to support:
> > 1. ISA / EISA
> > 2. PC98 Platform.
> > 3. i486
> > 4. i586
> > 98.83% of us have at least a i686 and 62.6% of us have at least a i786
> > (SSE2) processor.
> > Arch Break Down
> > i386 5586 94.02%
> > amd64 305 5.13%
> > sparc64 30 0.50%
> > x86 Break Down:
> > i486 30 0.074%
> > ??? 51 0.125%
> > i586 404 0.995%
> > i686 14724 36.230%
> > i786 25431 62.576%
> > -----------------------------------
> > Tot: 40640 100%
> Where to varients figure in, such as Celerons, or non-Intel processor
It is broken down by processor capability's. For example,
Celeron = (i686_MMX)
Celeron 300Mhz = (i686_MMX)
Celeron 933Mhz = (i686_MMX/SSE)
Celeron 1700Mhz = (i686_SSE2) = (i786)
Celeron M = (i686_SSE2) = (i786)
Wikipedia was used for most of the conversions, i.e.
I have also post to this thread a more detail list.
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