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    SubjectRe: disk I/O slower with kernel 2.4.9
    On Sun, 19 Aug 2001, Luigi Genoni wrote:

    > just making time make -j 2 bzImage with kernel source 2.4.9
    > gives me:
    >
    > real 3m36.041s
    > user 2m2.950s
    > sys 0m9.740s
    >
    > while compiling the same sources running kernel 2.4.7 gives:
    >
    > real 2m28.350s
    > user 1m56.150s
    > sys 0m5.262s

    How does 2.4.8-ac7 do ?

    Rik
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