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    SubjectRe: Linux v2.6.9... (compile stats)
    These are x86-based stats, yes?  I'm sure other arches will likely tease
    out more...

    A lot of these seem to be related to readl/writel (readb/writeb, etc).
    Those should be straightforward one-line changes, I think... perhaps a job
    for more automated scripting?

    At the very least, it would be nice to post-process the data to show which
    modules are the offenders (and by how much).

    Matt

    On Tue, Oct 19, 2004 at 07:36:15AM -0700, John Cherry wrote:
    > No changes...
    >
    > Linux 2.6 Compile Statistics (gcc 3.2.2)
    >
    > Web page with links to complete details:
    > http://developer.osdl.org/cherry/compile/
    >
    > Kernel bzImage bzImage bzImage modules bzImage modules
    > (defconfig) (allno) (allyes) (allyes) (allmod) (allmod)
    > ----------- ----------- -------- -------- -------- -------- ---------
    > 2.6.9 0w/0e 0w/0e 1930w/0e 41w/0e 11w/0e 1950w/0e
    > 2.6.9-final 0w/0e 0w/0e 1930w/0e 41w/0e 11w/0e 1950w/0e
    > 2.6.9-rc4 0w/0e 0w/0e 1930w/0e 41w/0e 11w/0e 1950w/0e
    > 2.6.9-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 2752w/17e 41w/0e 11w/0e 2782w/5e
    > 2.6.9-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 3036w/0e 41w/0e 11w/0e 3655w/0e
    > 2.6.9-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 77w/10e 4w/0e 3w/0e 68w/0e
    > 2.6.8.1 0w/0e 0w/0e 78w/ 0e 4w/0e 1w/0e 72w/0e
    > 2.6.8 0w/0e 0w/0e 78w/ 0e 4w/0e 1w/0e 72w/0e
    > 2.6.8-rc4 0w/0e 0w/0e 78w/ 0e 4w/0e 1w/0e 72w/0e
    > 2.6.8-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 78w/ 0e 4w/0e 1w/0e 72w/0e
    > 2.6.8-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 85w/ 0e 5w/0e 1w/0e 79w/0e
    > 2.6.8-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 87w/ 0e 5w/0e 1w/0e 82w/0e
    > 2.6.7 0w/0e 0w/0e 108w/ 0e 5w/0e 2w/0e 102w/0e
    > 2.6.7-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 108w/ 0e 5w/0e 2w/0e 104w/0e
    > 2.6.7-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 110w/ 0e 5w/0e 2w/0e 106w/0e
    > 2.6.7-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 111w/ 0e 6w/0e 2w/0e 107w/0e
    > 2.6.6 0w/0e 0w/0e 123w/ 0e 7w/0e 4w/0e 121w/0e
    > 2.6.6-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 124w/ 0e 7w/0e 5w/0e 121w/0e
    > 2.6.6-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 122w/ 0e 7w/0e 4w/0e 121w/0e
    > 2.6.6-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 125w/ 0e 7w/0e 4w/0e 123w/0e
    > 2.6.5 0w/0e 0w/0e 134w/ 0e 8w/0e 4w/0e 132w/0e
    > 2.6.5-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 135w/ 0e 8w/0e 4w/0e 132w/0e
    > 2.6.5-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 135w/ 0e 8w/0e 3w/0e 132w/0e
    > 2.6.5-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 138w/ 0e 8w/0e 3w/0e 135w/0e
    > 2.6.4 1w/0e 0w/0e 145w/ 0e 7w/0e 3w/0e 142w/0e
    > 2.6.4-rc2 1w/0e 0w/0e 148w/ 0e 7w/0e 3w/0e 145w/0e
    > 2.6.4-rc1 1w/0e 0w/0e 148w/ 0e 7w/0e 3w/0e 145w/0e
    > 2.6.3 1w/0e 0w/0e 142w/ 0e 9w/0e 3w/0e 142w/0e
    > 2.6.3-rc4 1w/0e 0w/0e 142w/ 0e 9w/0e 3w/0e 142w/0e
    > 2.6.3-rc3 1w/0e 0w/0e 145w/ 7e 9w/0e 3w/0e 148w/0e
    > 2.6.3-rc2 1w/0e 0w/0e 141w/ 0e 9w/0e 3w/0e 144w/0e
    > 2.6.3-rc1 1w/0e 0w/0e 145w/ 0e 9w/0e 3w/0e 177w/0e
    > 2.6.2 1w/0e 0w/0e 152w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 187w/0e
    > 2.6.2-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 152w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 187w/0e
    > 2.6.2-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 153w/ 8e 12w/0e 3w/0e 188w/0e
    > 2.6.2-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 152w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 187w/0e
    > 2.6.1 0w/0e 0w/0e 158w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 197w/0e
    > 2.6.1-rc3 0w/0e 0w/0e 158w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 197w/0e
    > 2.6.1-rc2 0w/0e 0w/0e 166w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 205w/0e
    > 2.6.1-rc1 0w/0e 0w/0e 167w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 206w/0e
    > 2.6.0 0w/0e 0w/0e 170w/ 0e 12w/0e 3w/0e 209w/0e
    >
    > Daily compiles (ia32):
    > http://developer.osdl.org/cherry/compile/2.6/linus-tree/running.txt
    > Latest changes in Linus' bitkeeper tree:
    > http://linux.bkbits.net:8080/linux-2.5
    >
    > John
    >
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