Re: prelink and rpm
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On Fri, Apr 04, 2003 at 10:18:39AM -0500, Bill Rugolsky Jr. wrote: > > When you say "not enabled" do you mean that the distro itself was > not prelinked in the distributed RPMS? Is that the intention for > future releases -- to distribute the executable code in the RPMS > prelinked so it "just works"? The intention is to have a cron job do the prelinking in future releases. There's no way to prelink inside the RPMS themselves. > In RHL 8.0, it was taking me about 25 seconds to re-login into GNOME > (i.e., with a warm cache) on an 800 MHz Celeron. So I prelinked, but > noted that there were lots of GNOME-related lib warnings about implicit > dependencies, so I didn't expect much speed up. Nevertheless, this > reduced re-login to 6-7 seconds. What kind of warnings? Cheers, Matt msw@xxxxxxxxxx -- Matt Wilson Manager, Base Operating Systems Red Hat, Inc.
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