On Fri, 10 Sep 2004, kevin lyda wrote:
> on a serious note are there also options for laying out the binary
> in such a way to minimize page faults?
Like, eg, -freorder-functions? Which is enabled at -O2 or higher? Or
Indeed, from a perusal of the gcc info page section on optimisations,
-O2 enables most stuff. Further, on modern machines, -Os (-O2 minus
code-bloating optimisations), can be a win...
> i can send you a pentium 75 with 8 megs of ram. you'd notice
> performance gains more there.
I'd never actually get it compiled in my lifetime you mean. ;) Never
mind profiled and recompiled again (and again..). :)
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