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Re: compilation architecture



2008/1/16, Michael Schwendt <mschwendt tmp0701 nospam arcor de>:
On Wed, 16 Jan 2008 14:09:13 +0100, Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote:

> Ok, I've installed openSUSE and configured it like my Fedora.
>
> time commands (fedora vs opensuse)
>
> firefox 3, snapshot from trunk
>
> real 12.125s 6.598s
> user 6.564s 4.584s
> sys 0.766s 0.544s

What command did you use to do this?
Do consecutive runs of the same test change the values? How?

Earlier you wrote:

> and eg. Firefox 3 was started in < 1 sec.

That doesn't match your new values at all.

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What command did you use to do this? time, /usr/bin/time, I guess

time (some command here)
and then quick exit of program, quickest you can.

It was second start of Firefox.
> 2nd time it's starting faster and faster.

12s for Fedora and 6s for openSUSE is time from starting command to Firefox being shown.

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