> Mark Ovens writes:
>> The advantage of building a custom kernel is ...
> There are others.
> If I understand correctly, space for the kernel (code and data)
> is allocated once at initial system load. Smaller code portion =>
> more space for data.
> Second, fewer components => fewer interactions => fewer
> possible points of failure.
> And, _anecdotally_, smaller kernels are faster. I haven't
> tested in a few years, but it used to be enough faster you could
> tell it with the naked eye.
> Robert Huff
Not to mention added security.
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