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According to one of the "Linux Core Kernel Commentary" books, compiling
the kernel with the -O3 flag is a BAD idea. The kernel expects some
functions to be in certain places and using -O3 could cause them to be
inlined when they shouldn't, makeing the kernel unstable or broken.
On Mon, 2003-04-14 at 11:37, Peter Fein wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Apr 2003 23:18:59 +0800
> Daniel Armyr <daniel.armyr@...> wrote:
> > After quite a few compiles, It seems to me that the compilation of
> > kernels does not respect CFPAGS or CXXFLAGS settings. Is this true? If
> > so, is there a reason besides "If people compile the kernel with the
> > optimizations they want, their kernel will be mangled into oblivion."?
> La la la ....
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