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SubjectRe: Kernel bloat 2.4 vs. 2.5
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Am Mit, 2003-03-05 um 00.41 schrieb Andrew Morton:

> Please specify the compiler which was used, and use /usr/bin/size to report
> image sizes.

The compiler was in both cases:
gcc version 3.2.3 20030228 (Debian prerelease)

2.4.20:

2271565 Feb 25 17:08 vmlinux

text data bss dec hex filename
1730302 112564 176676 2019542 1ed0d6 vmlinux

2.5.63:

2561828 Mar 4 16:50 vmlinux

text data bss dec hex filename
1867787 167450 140292 2175529 213229 vmlinux


As I said, the 2.4 kernel has almost everything built in while 2.5 was
stripped down to minimum size possible. The latter is still unusable
since modules do not work. :/

--
Servus,
Daniel
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