Re: Pentium Optimized
> I was going to optimize my kernel at one point (pgcc) - and was looking
> through pgcc's site, and asking on #debian and #linux (efnet) for what
> the best flags to use would be and was told that for the kernel, optimization
> doesn't count for much, as the real intensive stuff was handled with asm.
> Does anybody know the accuracy of this? if I were to "optimally optimize"
> with pgcc, what kind of performance boost would I actually SEE? -- I know
> nobody can really give hard values, but a 'noticable' would probably be
> good enough -- have a P133, 48M RAM, 128M swap...
In the past, I asked the question to Gimp-user and they said that it would
be very noticeable : 30% if I remember but I'm not sure.
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