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SubjectRe: Kernel GCC Optimizations
> > Is there any risk using -O3 instead of -O2 to compile the kernel, and why?
> > Also what about compiling against glibc 2.3.1 and gcc 3.2.x??
> I believe because of some assembler stuff that needs to be compiled as is and
> may not be optimized more that -O2 you cannot use -O3.

Then selective compile with -O2 or -O6? Like; everything with assembly in
it with -O2 and the rest with -O6.

Folkert
www.vanheusden.com/Linux

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