Nothing to do...
I just compiled the kernel again, "make defconfig && make -j3" on guest system.
This is the time command output:
The double of the time required by the host system to compile the same thing.
The double is unacceptable, for me. How is it possible???
2007/1/18, Flavio <fbcyborg@...>:
> Thank you very much Jeff,
> # cat /etc/fstab, give me this:
> none /dev/shm tmpfs
> nodev,nosuid,defaults 0 0
> So, I think it's correct.
> I don't know exactly what you mean, for sparse, (it may be you are
> talking about filesystem capacity) but the root filesystem size is
> about 1,5 GB.
> gcc version on my gentoo host system is 4.1.1-r1
> gcc on guest (debian) system is: 3.3.5 ... I'm going to upgrade it.
> In both cases I did "make defconfig" in the root kernel dir.
> 2007/1/18, Jeff Dike <jdike@...>:
> > On Thu, Jan 18, 2007 at 02:19:39PM +0100, Flavio wrote:
> > > Please, tell me what can I do... That time is to high!!!
> > The usual recommendations are to make sure that your /tmp or /dev/shm
> > is tmpfs and that your rootfs image isn't sparse.
> > Also, are you sure the two cases are comparable? Same kernel tree
> > being built with the same configuration, same gcc version?
> > Jeff
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