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Bug#600935: marked as done ([linux-2.6] Please consider to enable CONFIG_LATENCYTOP)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #600935,
regarding [linux-2.6] Please consider to enable CONFIG_LATENCYTOP
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Package: linux-2.6
Version: 2.6.36~rc5-1~experimental.1
Severity: wishlist


Latencytop is a excelient utility to latency problem in desktop environment, it
can only work with CONFIG_LATENCYTOP enabled kernel, so I advice to consider 
enable CONFIG_LATENCYTOP in future linux-image. 

Compired with /boot/config-2.6.36-rc6-amd64, when CONFIG_LATENCYTOP is enabled,
following options will be enabled too. 


Bug 481684 was submitted to ask to enable CONFIG_LATENCY on May 18 2008, but
debian provide kernel debug now, is it the time to consider to enable CONFIG_LATENCYTOP ? 

Thanks and Regards, 

Liang Guo

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On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 4:55 AM, Ben Hutchings <ben@decadent.org.uk> wrote:
> You misunderstand.  We do not enable debugging options that will hurt
> performance for most users.  This has nothing to do with providing debug
> information, which is provided in separate packages and has a minimal
> effect on the kernel image packages.
Thanks, close this bug.

Liang Guo

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