[Samba] FW: Compile kernel with Xeon instructions was: suggestions for a "fast" fileserver - 1G / 10G - focus on smb.conf/samba
Oscar Aparicio Holgado
pelucheloko at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 29 04:48:59 MDT 2014
I have compiled one or two kernels in the past with localmodconfig option :-))
I will try to compile this one 3.13.7 kernel and make a try.
For the moment i have createt 3 virtual machines in my computer, two debian servers with sernet samba "classic", one with xfs and another one with ext4, and w7 machine.
I have copied 4 gb iso file to debians servers and i have noticed that xfs is more faster to write than ext4 server.
I will try compiling this kernel in the xfs virtual machine and try :))
> Subject: Compile kernel with Xeon instructions was: suggestions for a "fast" fileserver - 1G / 10G - focus on smb.conf/samba
> From: peter at serbe.ch
> To: samba at lists.samba.org; pelucheloko at hotmail.com
> Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 14:52:37 +0100
> Hi Oscar,
> this is pretty easy. I took advice from here:
> In the menuconfig browse to "Processor Type and Features", there You
> can check the "Core 2/newer Xeon" option.
> To the best of my knowledge the default gcc version should do. On my
> Jessie box I happened to find gcc 4.8.2. But I have a hard time, thinking
> that the gcc version shipped with Wheezy wasn't able to compile it just
> as good.
> Best regards
> Oscar Aparicio Holgado schrieb am 27.03.2014 13:05:
> > First sorry to invade this thread, but i'm interested to try this advices in my
> > virtual machines about compile 3.13.7 kernel.
> > I'm using Debian Wheezy, i have a doubt.
> > What GCC version i must use to compile kernel?, and most important, must be
> > enabled this options in config file : ?
> > *.- XEON instruction optimizations*.- block device caching
> > Thanks.
> > Oscar.
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