Kernel question

Jens Schmidt at
Thu Sep 9 04:20:19 UTC 2004

Hi list,
	could some one explain to me what the performance difference is
between a self complied kernel and a "standard" kernel. Is it possible
to express the difference some how in percentage. 
I saw commends on lists that if you want better performance you need to
compile your own kernel. Is there really such a big performance boost.



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