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SubjectRe: Stack usage tasks
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    > The task I'm suggesting was therefore:
> - remove the -fno-unit-at-a-time in arch/i386/Makefile in your private
> kernel sources
> - use gcc 3.4
> - reduce the stack usages in call paths > 3kB
This is a good idea. However, I might suggest using gcc 4.0 (you'll
have to use a snapshot now, but the release should only be a few weeks
away). A patch went into gcc 4.0 that makes gcc more intelligent
about sharing stack for variables that cannot be alive at the same
time, and therefore it may be more feasible to make unit-at-a-time
work for the i386 kernels.

- R.
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