At 00:23 26/11/2003 -0500, Michael Edenfield wrote:
Static /bin/sh:
  real    385m29.977s
  user    111m58.508s
  sys     93m14.450s

Dynamic /bin/sh:
  real    455m44.852s
  user    113m17.807s
  sys     103m16.509s

Given that user+sys << real in both cases, it looks like you're running out of memory; it's not surprising that dynamic linking has an increased cost in such circumstances, since reading the diverse files into memory will take longer than reading a single static binary.
I doubt many systems will experience this sort of performance delta.

Colin Percival

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