buildworld times have grown over the last 2-4 years
marius at alchemy.franken.de
Thu Jun 20 10:37:36 UTC 2013
On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 08:55:14AM +0100, Anton Shterenlikht wrote:
> Here are the buildworld times I recorded few years ago,
> perhaps 2-4 years ago:
> CPU nCPUs freq RAM options machine time walltime details
> US-IIIi 1 1.5GHz 2GB -j4 world 11002.412u 1884.324s 3:37:06.62 98.9% 41213+7043k 20109+243707io 11158pf+0w
> US-IIIi 1 1.5GHz 2GB -j3 world 12912.094u 2300.253s 4:18:20.86 98.1% 41265+6978k 14935+284277io 11922pf+0w
> US-IIIi 1 1.5GHz 5GB -j4 world 13261.202u 2353.236s 4:25:47.90 97.9% 41275+6963k 22471+284966io 12870pf+0w
> US-IIIi 1 1.5GHz 5GB -j5 world 13273.154u 2339.206s 4:34:01.17 94.9% 41334+6971k 25581+284635io 12941pf+0w
> This week on the same single processor box
> with 2GB RAM with -j4 it took 5h55m.
> All times are for full buildworld, i.e.
> no src.conf at all.
> Has the src tree grown that much?
Yes, there's constant growth; atf, clang (at least tblgen is always built,
even if clang is not usable on a particular architecture), compiler-rt
(in addition to still building some bits of libgcc, as it's not a full
replacement of the latter, yet), libyaml, svn (plus dependencies like
apr, serf, sqlite3), just to name some stuff that has been added in the
last 3 years.
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