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Re: [SLE] Bogomips (+compile prob)
- From: samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Samy Elashmawy)
- Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:10:00 +0000
- Message-id: <188.8.131.52.19991027091000.0102d614@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
My 486/DX66 W 20 meg tam only comes in at 2.? mogobips .
Takes about 50 minutes just to boot up the stock 6.2 kernal .
Very slow compared to todays low end macjines ire K6-2 300 ect...
I used to use clarion for dos which recamended 8 meg of ram with only 4 meg
of ram. It toke a while to compile the simple stuff I was working on ,
Nothing compared to compiling the kernal on it. Took roghly 8 hrs with 8
meg of ram , wonder how lomh oit will take now with 20 meg. Has tha same
old slow 1/2 gig drive to it. I think thats the main bottleneck. Running
yast and top , the cpu load doesent go ovetr 75% . So I think the drive is
just realy slow.
Anyway they are still good for print server , firewalls , routers , ect...
Just takes time for them to do anything load bearing. I trashed the os ,
and now need to rreinstall it , there goes an hour and a half minimume . Oh
well , at least it doesent crash , and its usable.
At 02:17 AM 10/27/1999 +0200, Robert Alexander Stragies wrote:
>Upon bootup in the first few lines one sees a message
>"Calibrating delay loop.... X Bogomips, where X corresponds to the speed
>of my pII 266 , but on my old 486 , (yes, the one i had such great
>problems with), the number is 16.something where the cpu is a 486 dx33 ..
>is my 486 slower than it could be ?
>Could somebody please shed some light on this for me
>oh, and the following came up when trying to run configure for licq.070.1
>i have a c++ compiler installed and kann make kernels
>checking how to run the C preprocessor... gcc -E
>checking for c++... c++
>checking whether the C++ compiler (c++ -fno-rtti -fno-exceptions )
>configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C++ compiler
>cannot create executables.
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