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    SubjectRE: 2.4.19-xfs eating filehandles when compiled with gcc 3.2

    When using Gentoo 1.3 (which uses gcc-2.95.4+) I did not experience
    these problems even if the packages where almost the same versions (some
    packages changed while I was doing the transition).

    I'm using the gentoo kernel 2.4.19 with xfs patches, gentoo has included
    some other patches too, don't have the list at hand but I can come back
    to that later.

    I imagine getting some fuzzy warning messages when compiling the kernel,
    in the XFS subtree, I can post these if you're interested.

    I'll try the newest 2.5.x kernel as soon as the machine finished
    bootstrapping again (just reinstalling the system with
    CHOST="i686-pc-linux-gnu" CFLAGS="-march=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe
    -fomit-frame-pointer" CXXFLAGS=$CFLAGS).

    I really don't want to give up a GCC 3.2 built system with
    -march=athlon-xp since the build time for a kernel decreased by almost
    90 seconds after a bootstrap. I.e. a system compiled with gcc3.2
    compiled a kernel at 5 minutes and a gcc2.95.4+ system compiled the same
    kernel with the same .config in 6:27 minutes.


    -----Original Message-----
    > From: Chris Wedgwood []
    > Sent: den 15 november 2002 12:35
    > To: Mikael Olenfalk
    > Cc:
    > Subject: Re: 2.4.19-xfs eating filehandles when compiled with gcc 3.2
    > On Fri, Nov 15, 2002 at 11:17:18AM +0100, Mikael Olenfalk wrote:
    > > I have a Gentoo Linux 1.4 RC1 system, that ships with a GCC 3.2
    > > compiler and 2.4.19 with the XFS patches (and IMON btw).
    > Does it happen when you use gcc-2.95.4+ ?
    > --cw

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