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Bug#617299: dpkg-deb: should give a hint when it fails due to filling /tmp

Martin-Éric Racine wrote:
> (putting back the CC to the bug, which will probably need to be
> reassigned to 'linux')
> 2012/7/13 Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com>:
>> (dropping dpkg maintainers from cc)
>> Martin-Éric Racine wrote:

>>> I'm already aware of the effects of stripping binaries. However, you
>>> gotta admit that 488MB compared to 22MB is just ridiculous; something
>>> is definitely broken in those 3.2 build scripts.
>> Are the build scripts responsible for the size of debugging symbols?
>> I don't follow.
>> Or do you mean that the size of the kernel -dbg packages is
>> ridiculous?
> I mean that the size of the kernel package produced by 'make deb-pkg'
> from the 3.2 vanilla tree, even after disabling debug symbols, is
> highly suspicious, compared to the stock Debian kernel with the same
> source.

Ok, I missed that.  What is that size?

Just to confirm, are you certain CONFIG_DEBUG_INFO is disabled?

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