On Sep 26, 2010, at 4:12 AM, Frank Murphy <frankly3d(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 22/09/10 18:27, Dave Jones wrote:
> There have been a bunch of requests over time to off non-debug builds
> of the rawhide kernel for people wanting to do performance regression testing etc
> We could do this two ways.
> - The notion that was put forward was to keep 'kernel' as being debug mode,
> and add a 'kernel-nodebug'. So it's sort of the inverse of the
> - Stop making rawhide 'debug by default', and just start shipping
> for rawhide as we do for releases.
As a non-dev, the main problem with kernel-debug, is it's size
in F14 updates-testing currently it's 248mb, annd k-dbg-common 35mb?
You're confusing kernel-debug with kernel-debuginfo. They are very different beasts.