* Jan Kratochvil:
On Mon, 05 Oct 2020 08:28:03 +0200, Florian Weimer wrote:
> Why do you think that? Using debuginfo for perf and the like seems to
> be much more common than actual debugging, based on what I see
OK, interesting, thanks for the info. Still that does not change anything with
btrfs zstd. btrfs zstd would save on-disk size ~50% (I did not measure zstd
for Fedora distro, zlib saves on Fedora distro 52%) compared to DWZ's on-disk
size saving of 20% (or just 10% if one makes some non-DWZ optimizations in
addition to -fdebug-types-section).
Fedora Server still defaults to LVM and XFS, as far as I know. I expect
that downstream will continue to use XFS as well.
I don't think you can assume that debugging information will be stored
on btrfs file systems.
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