On Mar 15, 2007, at 5:21 PM, Jorn Argelo wrote:

On Thu, 15 Mar 2007, Danny Pansters wrote:
I know that this has been discussed a few times before, but IMO running a slightly stripped down kernel (i.e. custom, not GENERIC) actually proves to be helpful in increasing boot times (if options were added statically) and compile times if [(# of options added) < (# of options in GENERIC)].

I can confirm this too. I noticed on both desktop and servers the boot time can be decreased by stripping the kernel configuration of stuff you don't need. I don't have any hard facts to prove this but this is what my personal experience is.

me, too.

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