Recompilation of SRPMS.
kevin at loose-screws.com
Sun Nov 16 05:26:20 UTC 2003
I'd recompile things like Video/Audio applications that REQUIRE
performance. Perhaps X as well. Other than that ... nope.
On Sun, 2003-11-16 at 09:18, jackzheng2002 at sohu.com wrote:
> ----- 原文 -----
> From: Ted Kaczmarek
> To: fedora-list at redhat.com
> Subject: Re: Recompilation of SRPMS.
> Sent: Sun Nov 16 09:02:49 CST 2003
> hehe, that's right
> > Very few things benefit from this, but some do.
> > Generally for most, the time you spend building the rpms will far exceed
> > the cpu time you will save :-)
> > Ted
> > On Sat, 2003-11-15 at 12:55, Konrad Kosmowski wrote:
> > > Does it make sense to recompile some packages for diffrent architecture?
> > > I'am running a Duron processor and I see Fedoras packages are compiled
> > > for i386 so I've grabbed some SRPMS and started recompiling it with
> > > --target=athlon. I've begun with XFree86 compiled it for athlon and
> > > installed it. I think every X app is now a little zippier but that may
> > > be placebo effect ;-). So does it make sense to recompile everything
> > > else? I don't mean small apps that I use rarely, rather big ones that i
> > > use often (fe. Mozilla, OpenOffice) - will the recompilation for athlon
> > > increase speed?
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