[google] support for building Linux kernel with FDO (issue4523061)
Xinliang David Li
Fri Oct 14 06:51:00 GMT 2011
This patch is for google/main which is 4.7 based, but the validated
version is in google_46 branch (which is based on 4.6).
By the way (given that you are from intel), do you know if linux
kernel can be built with icc with PGO turned on? Our intern Xiaotian
has tried to use icc (12.0) to built kernel, and had some problems.
The bootable kernel built with icc + gcc (for those failed with icc)
does not perform quite well.
On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 7:02 PM, vulcansh <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Rong Xu wrote:
>> That will be good.
>> But you never know, we internally have fixed some bugs that filed to
>> us because people use kernel's old gcov code (many versions guarded by
>> ifdef) for their tests.
> Has there been any progress one this patch? What version of gcc is this
> patch for? I am interested in something that works with gcc 4.7.
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