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SubjectRe: Compiling x86 with and without frame pointer
> I looked at 2.5.47 (with a splattering of performance patches) using 
> gcc 2.95.4 (Debian Woody), on a 16-way NUMA-Q, and did some kernel
> compile testing. The times to do the tests were almost identical
> (within error noise), but the kernel was indeed smaller
>
> text data bss dec hex filename
> 1873293 396231 459388 2728912 29a3d0 2.5.47-mjb1/vmlinux
> 1427355 396875 455356 2279586 22c8a2 2.5.47-mjb1-frameptr/vmlinux
>

I can't think of any reason why the data- and bss-part of the kernel are
influenced by a framepointer option, this seems highly illogical. It
shouldn't make any difference as far as I can tell, maybe you altered
other options as well? (Could be strange compilerbehaviour though)

Keith's results seem more reliable:

# size 2.4.20-rc2-*/vmlinux
text data bss dec hex filename
2669584 337972 402697 3410253 34094d 2.4.20-rc2-fp/vmlinux
2676919 337972 402697 3417588 3425f4 2.4.20-rc2-nofp/vmlinux

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