[Samba] Large bin files when compiling
phoenix at telia.com
Thu Oct 23 16:41:14 GMT 2003
Tried the strip command and it worked great....
But isn't ther a way to turn of these debugging symbols before I do the
Tryed to add --disable-debug when configure... No change...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Edd Payne" <edd.payne at ulu.lon.ac.uk>
To: "Jonas Jonsson" <phoenix at telia.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 5:46 PM
Subject: Re: [Samba] Large bin files when compiling
> Go to the directory where the big files are and type:
> strip smbd
> and repeat for all the big files.
> On a Linux i686 system this should get it down from 40Mb to about 1.9Mb (I
> It removes the debugging symbols - if you need them, just re-do a "make
> install" and it should put the old versions back.
> On Thursday 23 Oct 2003 4:22 pm, Jonas Jonsson wrote:
> > Hi...
> > I have just installed Linux Slackare 9.1 with Gcc 3.2.... Then I
> > to try out Samba 3 insted of 2 wich I have been using for a while now...
> > I did this when compiling...
> > ./configure --prefix=/usr
> > make
> > Then when I checked the source/bin dir there was about 400mb of files
> > there... It was the correct bin files but they were so huge that ther
> > to be something wrong.. Smbd was about 40mb...
> > Anyone got some ideas on what I can do to make the files smaler?
> > /Jonas
> Edd Payne
> IT Co-ordinator
> University of London Union
> Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY
> tel: 020 7664 2060
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