glibc with NPLT support
florin at lunar-linux.org
Wed Dec 7 16:02:50 UTC 2005
In the last few mounths i have installed and used on my system an NPLT
enabled glibc module, instead of the one provided by the Lunar Linux. From my
experience with it i can say that the system seems to be faster and smoother.
Im attach here the module i use for those people which want to test this
option. I do not recommend it to be installed on production and critical
systems. It is not widely tested to guarantee that no problems can occur.
The installation is simple, but time consuming. You must install this module
first, relin gcc, then relin this module again (with the new compiled gcc).
After that a lunar rebuild can be done in order to create modules which use
this option and to achieve the maximum performance. I am very interested of
your experience with this module. Have fun.
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