Re: Super-slow compilation
Do you have B-cache? One of the things that make alpha so powerfull is the option of
adding 2MB or 4MB of B-Cache. (i think this is like L3 cache for AMD/Intel's). I've
talked to many people on the lists lately who say Galeon and Mozilla start up quickly and
render web pages quickly, but since I have no B-cache, it literally takes 10-15 seconds
just for mozilla to start up for me and everything is a 2-5 second delay after it starts
up. Even Konueror is slooowww. FWIW, I have a Digital PWS600au running RH7.1 and a
PWS433au running woody.
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Linus Gasser wrote:
> I was just wondering: it seems to me that my alpha (pc164/500Mhz) is
> waaays slowerthan the pentiumII (450Mhz) at work, when it comes to compilation. Harddisk
> parameters are about the same. But whenever I compile something (mostly
> c++, KDE3.0, I'm coming ;-), it takes several minutes (sic) just to include the
> qt-headerfiles. Whereas on the pentium at work this takes just a couple of seconds (of
> course, it was the same file.)
> Has anybody an idea what I'm running into?
> PS: This is a debian/unstable with
> g++ --version
> and I got about the same performance with a SuSE-system...
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