From glibc-2.2.x to glibc-2.3.x
tush at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 30 11:40:11 PST 2002
Gerard Beekmans wrote:
>On October 30, 2002 10:01 am, Tushar T wrote:
>> Prelink is being developed by Jakub Jelinek at RedHat to help reduce
>> or cache relocations when starting binaries. It primarily benefits
>> binaries that perform a large amount of relocations, such as KDE and
>> mozilla. Basically, any large C++-based binary could probably
>> benefit from prelinking.
>Isn't that what objprelink does? Or is it the same just a different name?
>And doesn't binutils' combreloc provide a better way?
Objprelink doesn't provide any advatages now that combreloc is here.
(from objprelink's site: http://objprelink.sourceforge.net/).
>>How to prelink the system:
>I'll go read that, maybe it'll answer my own questions I just posted above...
it is there in the man page that comes with prelink. prelink is not a
compile time option, but a run time option.
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