On 11/3/06, Eric <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Andrew Pantyukhin wrote:
> Yes, very nice :-)
> Beware that in some rare cases you might experience
> software failures because of CPUTYPE being set.
> It's not very clear whether it's worth having a
> marginal boost in performance along with some
> instability. I usually gamble on performance, but

ok cool.

One more question and I will leave you alone. when i do a test compile i
am seeing this:

Build iozone for FreeBSD

cc -c -O2 -fno-strict-aliasing -pipe -march=athlon-mp   -Dunix -Dbsd4_2
-DHAVE_ANSIC_C  -DNAME='"freebsd"' -DSHARED_MEM iozone.c -o iozone_freebsd.o
iozone.c: In function `initfile':
iozone.c:16548: warning: passing arg 2 of `mmap' makes integer from
pointer without a cast
cc -c -O2 -fno-strict-aliasing -pipe -march=athlon-mp  -Dunix -Dbsd4_2
-DHAVE_ANSIC_C  -DSHARED_MEM libbif.c -o libbif.o

Building fileop for FreeBSD

cc -c -O -O2 -fno-strict-aliasing -pipe -march=athlon-mp  fileop.c -o

is march correct? did the compiler determine athlon-mp due to what i
added or should that say athlon64?

It happens, some cputypes are just aliases, though
I thought athlon-mp and athlon64 are in different
groups. More info on type groups here:
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