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Re: Status of systemtap in Debian

On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 09:13:06PM +0100, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> - disk space on buildds: at least 2 GiB are required to build a kernel
>   with debuginfo. (that doesn't sound too hard to satisfy)

There currently are packages that require more diskspace than
that, for instance the linux-2.6 package on i386 uses 4.7 GB,
while it uses 2.6 GB on amd64.

I guess it requires an additional 450 MB per kernel flavor
or maybe a multiple of that for temporary files that also
contain that?

The biggest package I could find in a short time seem to be:
qt4-x11:                7818730k (8058048k latest)
openoffice.org:         7652264k (7629368k latest)
openjdk-6:              7152062k (7443004k latest)
linux-2.6:              4707725k (6319992k latest)
opencascade:            4619392k (4619392k latest)
wxwidgets2.8:           4215131k (4297664k latest)
ghc6:                   4015377k (4689676k latest)
slicer:                 3680980k (3680980k latest)
gcc-snapshot:           3663284k (3663284k latest)
pyside:                 3548760k (3548760k latest)
boost1.38:              3497562k (3630040k latest)

(This is acros several arches.)

Do you know if there is any cost in cpu time for this?


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